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Saint Tuesday

$$$$

24 Cortlandt Alley, New York
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Some places feel like they were made to check off a list of “cool bar requirements.” They have things like secret entrances, low ceilings, live jazz, and a “bartender’s choice” cocktail on the menu. Saint Tuesday in the Walker Hotel Tribeca covers all of those bases—but the place doesn’t feel cheesy. Rather, it’s somewhere you should bring a second or third date, so you can relax in a cushy booth and maybe do some smooching while you listen to a guy named Charlie Roman channel Django Reinhardt on a selmar guitar. The cocktails are all $19, and you should try the tangy, not-too-sweet Frantic Atlantic with elderflower liqueur, pisco, and fresh grapefruit and lime juice.

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