This basement cocktail lounge in the heart of Tribeca does things old-school—the first sign of that is the doorman, who's dressed up in a '20s-style vest. Head down the stairs and you'll enter the large room which contains similar early 20th century touches. An area of table seating is situated around a small stage where jazz musicians gather and set the mood with some tunes from the era. Decorations include black and white photos from back in the day along with fixtures like a rotary phone that looks straight out of an authentic jazz age speakeasy. The drink selection features plenty of classics from that era—yes, you can get mint juleps in a fancy silver cup. To pair with the drinks a selection of small bites is available (think lamb sliders). The only thing that ruins the illusion of drinking in days of yore is everyone tapping away on their phone about how much they are enjoying this bar's scene.