Let the write one in: New York gets an Oscar Wilde themed bar!


Oscar Wilde has inspired countless writers and artists through his works. His popularity has clearly not diminished as New York City has become home to a bar inspired by Wilde. Oscar Wilde NYC is located at 45 West 27th Street and is a veritable trip back to Victorian England thanks to its meticulously designed interior.


They also claim to the title of having New York’s longest bar, it’s a whopping 118.5 feet long.

On the menu are over 300 spirits, 32 beers (on tap!) and inventively named signature cocktails like the “50 Shades of Dorian Gray”, “The Happy Prince” and “Writer’s Block Cocktail”.

Appetizers include lamb tatare and lamb sliders alongside the usual suspects like salt and pepper calamari.

Open from 11 am to 2 am every day, the bar serves both lunch as well as dinner specials for those seeking something more substantial.
The décor alone warrants a visit!

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[Via:Lonelyplanet]