One of the ten best bars in America for rare bourbon

– Men’s Journal

“ Three guys, two hours, Ten limited edition whiskies at Fine & Rare

– Huffpost

“ In Fine & Rare there are 400 different types of whiskeys and the number will continue to grow. As you become more and more specialized in any spirit, your consumers begin to look at you as an authority in that field 

– The Hedonist

“ The bar stocks an incredible range of lesser-spotted spirits that will make even the casual visitor feel like an intrepid adventurer.

– Mr Porter


“ 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