Brandy Library

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  • Address: 25 N Moore St #1, New York, NY 10013, United States, New York City
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-2122265545
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Bar, Dine In, Fine Dining

If you want to chill after a tiring day, hang-out for a late-night catch-up session, or pick an exotic location for a special date, the brandy Library has it all. With more than 45 classics and 10 house cocktails, the big fat menu serves all that you need. Beers, Vintage Wines, Rums, Whiskies, Tequila mescal, Brandies and Cocktails: what more you could expect!

The dining has a simple but delectable spread of Rolls and Sandwiches, Gougeres, Burgers and Desserts is good enough to accompany the scotch. Must try out: Eclairs au Dulce de Leche, figs and pigs and Diplomatico on the rock or for an Old Fashion to finish off.

  • Reservation recommended.
  • Monday nights have Joel Forrester on piano.
  • Try one of the tasting flights to indulge into all the varieties at the same time.

  • Other Hours: Library is open until 02:00 am.
  • Sunday to Wednesday at 05:00 pm to 01:00 am; Thursdays at 04:00 pm to 02:00 am; Fridays and Saturdays at 04:00 pm to 04:00 am.

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  • Brandy Library Address: 25 N Moore St #1, New York, NY 10013, United States, New York City
  • Brandy Library Contact Number: +1-2122265545
  • Brandy Library Timing: 24-hrs
  • Brandy Library Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Brandy Library(preferred time): 07:00 pm - 11:45 pm
  • Time required to visit Brandy Library: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 1.95% of people who visit New York City include Brandy Library in their plan

  • 46.67% of people start their Brandy Library visit around 08 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Brandy Library

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Brandy Library

People normally club together 5 Avenue Of The Americas and Bowery Graffiti Wall while planning their visit to Brandy Library.

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  • Brandy Library is a nice higher end bar specializing in brandy, whisky, bourbon, and other such drinks I don’t drink. It also serves solidly good food from what I got to sample. My group and I sat downstairs in a private room and for that reason alone I liked this place. The server was polite and knowledgeable about recommending drinks. Service was definitely a bit slow at times, but not in a majorly bad way. I just think by being downstairs it’s a bit easier to be forgotten about at times. I tried a few different drinks. I don’t remember their names. One cocktail I tried I liked. It was something the server suggested (again, kudos to the server). The food was enjoyable. I had a spicy tuna roll and also munched on some gourmet cheesy pastry balls (terrible description, I know). All in all, I’d come back.

  • I really like the feel, look, and menu of this place. Amazing selection of whiskeys and brands, and best of all are the flights where you can taste different whiskeys. Only thing that gets me is that the bartenders always have a horrible attitude. Wish they had better people. Went Sunday November 26 at 7pm.

  • We visited this venue on a rainy, cold day and it was largely empty save for a few hardy souls who were out braving the weather. Despite the fact that there were less than a dozen people or so scattered at a few tables, we were led to the back of the space and offered the worst table next to the toilets. We, politely, suggested that perhaps there might be another place we could sit (quite an understatement considering the lack to punters in the place). Very begrudgingly, we were moved to another table. We thought that perhaps the reason for our original seating was that there were many reservations and the place was booked out. An hour or two later as we prepared to move on, there were no more people than when we started. The service was efficient, if disinterested, and the drinks well made. The space is beautifully designed and lighted. It beggars belief that the Library would go out of its way to make such a poor first impression, especially as people were not exactly beating down the doors to get into the place.

  • Consistently, one of my go-to spots to visit when I am in NYC. Wonderful, classy atmosphere. Rare liquors from around the globe. Truly an experience not to be missed. Great place to take a date for a quiet night cap.

  • Really great place for lovers of brown alcohol. Everyone is usually dressed up so don't wander in with flip flops and a tank unless you want to stick out. Beautiful shelving all over the bar outfitted with whiskey, scotch, bourbon, brandy, etc... Their drink menu is so thick it must weigh at least 2 pounds. Free tastings and paid classes happen regularly so make sure to get on the mailing list. Cocktails are on the pricey side but totally worth it. Quick stroll to the freedom tower if you're feeling patriotic after.

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