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The Raines Law Room at The William


24 E 39th St, New York
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Raines Law Room at The William hotel is a dimly-lit cocktail lounge filled with couches and armchairs, and if you go all the way to the back, you’ll find an outdoor space with hanging vines and patio furniture. So if you’d like to sit somewhere quiet and drink a few excellent cocktails outside relatively close to Grand Central, try this place. Request a seat on the low-key patio, and you can temporarily pretend that you don’t live in a city of 8.4 million people.

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