With a name inspired by a Pogues album (and a Winston Churchill quote), this nights-only Downtown watering hole lures the hip and the hipper with a lean, carefully curated wine and beer list plus plenty of exotic cocktails; the lofty, industrial club spans multiple rooms outfitted with edgy accessories like subway tiles, broken mirrors, concrete and marble.
The name comes from a winemaking term, and there's plenty of wine on the list at this born-again Downtown bar and Southern restaurant serving fried chicken, biscuits and the like. The new space is larger than the original, with an outdoor patio, an outdoor bar, and a wine cellar large enough for private dinners.
Irish musician Ross O'Carroll's downtown hot spot brings the artsy, weird, and good-looking together for nights of debauchery on the edge of Skid Row. Designer and visual artist Erik Hart built out the space to highlight the tension between public and private. Expect live performances from avant-garde artists and enough liquor to make it seem perfectly normal. A young, sexy crowd is a given.