The Lost Lady is from the same people who own the Wayland, and the concept is similar. It’s casual and unpretentious, but they have good cocktails, such as a frozen hibiscus margarita, and a few different tacos if you get hungry. Unlike The Wayland, however, this place has some big booths and a shuffleboard table. The two-room setup makes it feel larger than it is, and the old-timey nautical theme makes it feel like you’re drinking in the bottom of a lighthouse in New England. Meet some friends here after work, or use it as an early-in-the-game East Village date spot.
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