“There’s more to Fine & Rare than what goes into your glass, though. As with The Flatiron Room, patrons can expect nightly live jazz, excellent food, and a mood-setting atmosphere.”

– Old Liquors Magazine

“Every bit of flare and fancy at Fine & Rare harkens back to Old New York, from the midcentury-style Chesterfield sofas to the Art Deco wallpaper”

– Time Out New York

“This bar and restaurant from Tommy Tardie, the managing partner of the Flatiron Room, puts an emphasis on high-quality spirits”

– New York Times

“Fine and Rare will focus on spirits in the brandy, rum and the agave categories (while the Flatiron Room focuses on whiskey)”

– Eater

“A sitting room complete with a fireplace sets the tone for sipping strong mezcals, listening to live music, and perusing a menu of cheese, charcuterie, and oysters”

– Thrillist


“Nightly live music, impressive seafood towers and the most fragrant and herbaceous drinks we’ve seen”

– Urban Daddy