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Slowly Shirley

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Slowly Shirley25
speakeasy

121 W 10th St
New York City, NY 10011, US
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  • Photo of Raja H
    2 years ago
    "Burger is a single version of The Happiest Hour burger (if you ask nicely they'll give you a double). Drink the Rosa Left The Window Open (Malbec, ruby port, Angostura, cinnamon, mint, nutmeg)"
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  • Photo of Raja H
    3 years ago
    Isaac picked this new 1940s Hollywood spot for BRIG. Decent cocktails, but nothing to write home about. The real highlight was the burger from The Happiest Hour upstairs. Pair it with a boozy rye cocktail and I guarantee you'll love it.
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  • Photo of DandelionDeWitt
    6 months ago
    So, I love Old Hollywood and Hidden Bars so this was a no brainer for me. The drinks are named after old films and our waiter had on that old bellhop jacket. You could make this bar look like anything else in a couple hours. All you would have to do is take away those Art Deco sconces you see in every picture of the place (yes, I took one as well) and put a different light. As far as the hidden part goes, not so much. There's a sign on the door. Honestly, compared to similar bars, this one is a little over priced and their drinks aren't as good. Pros: the Bonsai Chicken was excellent and our server was super friendly and helpful even though he had his hands full. I will add that I can see myself stumbling upon this place for a nightcap on a slow night after a romantic evening and thinking it was the bees knees, but as a place that I read about and sought out it was ok.
  • Photo of LiviaBartenderz
    7 months ago
    Il faut aller goûter les cocktail qui se font la bas ils valent le détour et pour les amateurs d ambiance tamisé hésiter pas à visiter le sous sol
  • Photo of mek615
    a year ago
    Pricey & worth every cent. So cozy & unique, great knowledgeable servers....awesome drinks! We all ordered different drinks, trusted the server's suggestions, and had a great time. Just so unique. Went before dinner....not crowded on weeknights & can imagine there's a line on weekends. So fun.
  • Photo of EatDrinkReview61
    Underground...well under the street. Kayla is the Queen of cocktails. Mowtown tunes, not overly crowded. You can just sit back and drink cocktails all night. Best cocktail list in NYC. Don't tell too many people.
  • Photo of Dylan M
    2 years ago
    Tip....the door to slowly shirley is not the door to the happiest hour! This is a good thing as the line for slowly shirley is much smaller if there is one at all. Was going there 9pm on a saturday. Not 100% sure but I think you can make reservations. The place has a calm and relaxing vibe w/ good drinks and snacks. Probably good for at max for a group of 5 and you can actually hear one another speak.
  • Photo of FionaMcDonald
    2 years ago
    Slowly Shirley was 'the find' of a recent trip to New York. A laid-back, speakeasy with a wonderful array of cocktails in a comprehensive menu. It's the sort of place where the world stops once you've descended the stairs to this subterranean cosy cave with its art deco lights and other decor touches. The perfect place to push pause on a frenetic lifestyle and just lose a few hours catching up with friends over a cocktail or three, snacking on items like their beautiful blinis topped with caviar and feeling as if all your stresses and strains are a million miles away. Service is attentive but not overly intrusive and the background music strikes just the right note. I wish I didn't have to go all the way to New York to be able to enjoy it!
  • Photo of Bohemian1966
    2 years ago
    This place expanded from the Happiest Hour upstairs as overflow but quickly became its own identity and is one of those word of mouth places we found because of friends in the neighborhood. Its old school art deco decor reminds me of something you would see in an older cruise ship. The service is fabulous and the cocktail waitresses take care of you and are very attentive. The best part... The Drinks ! These guys take it seriously and each drink is meticulously mixed and presented. We got lucky and Garrett was on duty when we visited. I had actually met him before when he was teaching a Cocktail seminar in Ft Lauderdale. A true master at his craft ! The food was fabulous, well presented and you can also order off the menu from upstairs. We had burgers and shoestring fries and ate every bite. We will be back !

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