PDT (Please Don't Tell)

PDT (Please Don't Tell)

Bar clandestin et Bar à cocktail$$$$
East Village, New York
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  • convient aux couples
  • branché
  • convient pour une fin de soirée
  • convient pour les grandes occasions
  • intime
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  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaAoût 12, 2014
    To make reservations, call 212-614-0386, or if you're feeling lucky, walk into Crif Dogs, enter the phone booth, and hit pound on the keypad to leave your name on that night's wait list. En savoir plus
    A voté pour il y a Jul 27
  • Ira B.
    Ira BlossomNovembre 24, 2014
    One of the must-visit hidden spots in the city. The best part about this place (besides the decor) is that you can order menu items from crif dogs next door! Make your trip into a full on dinner date!
  • Eater
    EaterMai 22
    Dev takes Priya on a second date to PDT, the through-the-phone-booth speakeasy inside Crif Dogs in the East Village. They have an awkward conversation about flat versus sparkling water. [Episode 5] En savoir plus
  • Alexis B.
    Alexis BendjouiaOctobre 23, 2014
    Small bar, prime mixology. Wait ranges from 1-3 hours so go at a good time or call ahead. Enter through criff dogs. Mezcal mule is great.
    A voté pour il y a Jun 27
  • Zach M.
    Zach MaierFévrier 14, 2012
    It's off menu now, but order the Bacon Flip. Made with bacon infused bourbon, grade b maple syrup, and a whole egg. Amazing. (And if it's not available, try the Bacon Old Fashioned. Also amazing.)
  • Ranu R.
    Ranu RajkarnikarDécembre 2, 2014
    Worth it. Snag a res and enter through Crif Dogs. You've gotta admit, the phone booth is still pretty cool. Amazing unique drinks, and order some tots while you're at it.
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatNovembre 17, 2011
    Despite the name, sorry, we've told and so have many others. Enter through the phone booth and go back in time to a prohibition era speakeasy. Sit at the bar if you can, the bartenders are great.
  • Simon K.
    Simon KratzerJanvier 15
    Unique experience. Call at 3pm for reservations.
  • Lucie K.
    Lucie KleckovaFévrier 6, 2015
    This is the coolest bar I've ever been to. Go to the bistro next door, walk into the phone booth in the corner, pick up the handset, dial #1 and wait for a magic. PDT!
  • Adrian P.
    Adrian PhillipsMai 14, 2016
    Although the Mezcal Mule & Smokin' Aces were delicious. The Valle Verde was my spicy, smoky tequila drink of choice for the evening. Get some tater tots & a Chang Dog if you're hungry.
  • Jacob B.
    Jacob BriarsNovembre 16, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    One of the best bars in the world. Try the neo-Tiki classic 'Shark' cocktail or a perfectly executed classic cocktail. And have a hot dog, it's the perfect mix of hi brow/low brow. Ask for Jeff!
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaMai 4, 2015
    It can be difficult to snag a seat, but the wait is worth it, especially for their signature cocktails, like the "Staggerac," a strong Sazerac made with 140-proof bourbon and absinthe. En savoir plus
  • Gabriel H.
    Gabriel HayesMai 22, 2015
    Amazing cocktails. Particularly enjoy the Smuggler's Cove (made with Cutty Shark Prohibition Edition Scotch Whisky, Lemon Juice, Guava Purée, Cilantro & Jalapeño)
  • MASHA D.
    MASHA D.Avril 7, 2015
    A fun drinking experience..amazing drinks and fabulous bartender! I didn't know what to order so i told him i like whisky sour with egg white and he made 3 different up that were absolutely delicious!
  • Stribling & Associates
    Stribling & AssociatesFévrier 16, 2012
    Inside Crif Dogs, enter the old-fashioned phone booth, pick up the phone, & press the buzzer once. A voice answers and, if approved, the wall opens to let you into one of the most hidden bars in NYC.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupNovembre 17, 2011
    You enter this speakeasy through a phone booth at the back of Crif Dogs. Once you do, you’ll enjoy amazingly made cocktails – try the Staggerac or an Old Fashioned. Reservations are required!
  • Lisa W.
    Lisa WFévrier 20, 2013
    Get there early, put name/number in, promptly come back when you are called that your table is ready. Get a craft cocktail (the waiter had great suggestions), get the Mission Chinese hot dog. Perfect.
  • John D.
    John DuarteFévrier 26, 2015
    I have desired this place forever! I own the book and am a cocktail fiend. I was impressed with the service and the space. Cocktail was good. I expected great.
  • Andrew D.
    Andrew DollDécembre 31, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    A modern NYC classic! With a seasonally rotating cocktail menu of about 20 drinks, there's always something interesting! If not, bartenders are knowledgeable and talented, so will be very helpful!
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkOctobre 5, 2011
    Try chef Sue Torres’s addictive signature Torres Tots, with oozy Chihuahua cheese, chorizo gravy, chile de árbol, chipotle crema and scallions. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. En savoir plus
  • amNewYork
    amNewYorkNovembre 7, 2012
    Two things make this a great break-up joint: it's so dark no one will see you cry or throw your drink, and you can take comfort eating gourmet hot dogs at the adjacent Crif Dogs thereafter.
  • Eliza K.
    Eliza KNovembre 8, 2013
    1) Pop your head in to make a reservation 2) Walk around the village till they call you 3) Order delicious cocktails and specialty hot dogs 4) No hats allowed. Seriously. 5) Enjoy
  • Men's Health Mag
    Men's Health MagAoût 3, 2014
    People will come once for a fun gimmick—the hidden entrance inside a phone booth. They'll return for the city's best bartender, Jim Meehan—and the hot dogs topped with fried mayonnaise. En savoir plus
  • Arie
    ArieJuin 8, 2015
    Quiet, dark, private atmosphere. Good, strong cocktails. Our favorite was Benton's Old Fashioned. I regretted going after dinner because I was too full to enjoy the complimentary hot dogs we received.
  • David Z.
    David ZhangJuin 4
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    All the drinks are great so just tell them what you like and listen to their suggestions. The only thing you HAVE to order are the 2pac dogs.
  • Matías S.
    Matías SalvadorNovembre 20, 2014
    Great place! Lovely speakeasy bar, the service is the best, something uncommon in this kind of selective hiddenplaces. Will definitely return.
  • Sacha S.
    Sacha SJuillet 14
    It isn't a secret anymore and some locals would never go there again because it's become well known, but that doesn't change the fact that the cocktails are amazing! Try the bacon infused old fashion.
  • Brad G.
    Brad GrahamSeptembre 21, 2013
    "Found behind a “secret” door next to Crif Dogs, this place is a favorite for classic and tweaked cocktails." Classic Manhattan. Momofuku dog. Wiley dog. Jon-Jon Deragon dog. Small tots.
  • momofuku
    momofukuJanvier 31, 2012
    you might of guessed, but we really like the chang dog, complete with momfuku kimchi. pair it with their bacon infused old-fashioned, made with benton’s pork.
  • Scott W.
    Scott WMars 4, 2016
    No reservation? Get there early & grab a Crif dog to keep you happy for your roughly 30 minutes wait. But DON'T let that deter you. Great staff and the bacon & Maple old fashioned was amazing.
  • eme
    emeFévrier 5, 2015
    Has really blown up; usually really crowded now. Put your name down, go for a drink somewhere else and wait for the call back. The select dogs available here + honey cocktails make it worth it.
  • Judy N.
    Judy NguyenMai 11, 2013
    Even though the food is made in the Crif Dogs kitchen, the dogs and taters you can order within PDT are far superior and are riffs on giants like David Chang, Danny Bowien, and Wylie Dufresne.
  • Zii H.
    Zii HammadAvril 3, 2015
    Was completely miserable waiting in line, but it was worth it. Quiet, well lit, and comfortable inside. 2nd round of drinks we ordered was on point! Not a casual outing, but a good one for two drinks.
  • Bradley K.
    Bradley KayFévrier 19
    Great bar, but overcrowded. Come on a weeknight, and early. David Chang dog and the tater tot variations are the best food to order (not available at Crif Dogs next door)
  • Fare Buzz
    Fare BuzzOctobre 10, 2011
    Through a phone booth in a popular East Village hot dog spot, PDT is a rare spot that specializes in the art of classic cocktails. Try to grab a seat at the bar to watch the masters at work!
  • Emre Berge E.
    More than 3? Don't even try drop in, you need to reserve for larger groups! Make sure every one of your friends call at the same time at 3pm to reserve. They only have one line, and no phone queue.
  • Loren J.
    Loren JudahJanvier 5, 2016
    A landmark in the modern cocktail revival scene. PDT is an experience you should have. Get here right when they open and give the Benton's Old Fashioned a shot. You'll like it.
  • Payman B.
    Payman BahmaniNovembre 17, 2012
    A visité ce lieu plus de 100 fois
    Get the WMF while it's still on the menu. It stands for Whisky Mango Foxtrot. The combo of Japanese Whisky, sherry, beer syrup, and mango vinegar will make you think wtf?!
  • Alex M.
    Alex MizrahiJuin 17, 2013
    "Once you get past the slightly gimmicky name (PDT = Please Don’t Tell) and the more than slightly gimmicky phone-booth entrance, this cocktail bar that requires table reservations is the epitome..." En savoir plus
  • Dina
    DinaAvril 24, 2014
    Still hard to get in, still amazing. Bacon old fashioned is fantastic. Bartenders can make any drink on request. Though it got touristy the space is intimate, dark and sexy.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkOctobre 5, 2011
    Order a Sixth Street cocktail, which calls on the complex spices used at the Indian restaurants lining E 6th St. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. En savoir plus
  • Karen V.
    Karen VanettaJanvier 23, 2014
    Easily top 5 best cocktails bars in NY. Charmingly rustic. Go for the Mezcal Mule. Try the 2Pok Crif Dog with Pok Pok wing sauce (hold the cilantro though).
  • Jeffrey
    JeffreyDécembre 16, 2013
    Hidden behind a telephone booth in the subterranean late-night spot Crif Dogs, PDT is helmed by cocktail hero Jim Meehan, whose team mixes up reliably excellent concoctions.
  • KAM
    KAMJuillet 21, 2011
    Great place with great atmosphere to go for creative cocktails and grab a yummy hotdog as well! Only complaint is the small and dated glassware (cocktails served in old champagne coup glasses).
  • Jarret W.
    Jarret WeinrichAoût 11, 2012
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Start calling 5 minutes before 3pm if you want to get your first pick for reservations, and make sure to get the tater tots.
  • DoubleDeuce
    DoubleDeuceMai 25, 2015
    Definitely a tourist destination. But for good reason; it's a fun story! But for the price, you could find or make many more fun stories in the area. Easy one here though. Not a bad choice at all.
  • Eater
    EaterMai 28, 2014
    Even though the acronym means “Please Don’t Tell,” word’s been out about modern speakeasy PDT for quite some time now. Momofuku bar director John deBary got his bartending start here. En savoir plus
  • Travel Channel
    Travel ChannelNovembre 14, 2011
    Found behind a “secret” door next to Crif Dogs, this place is a favorite for classic and tweaked cocktails. As seen on Travel Channel’s The Layover with Anthony Bourdain.
  • Men's Health Mag
    Men's Health MagNovembre 22, 2011
    Here's how you get in: Enter Crif Dogs, and veer left into a phone booth.Bam: you¹re inside. Enjoy the kitsch on the walls and try to avoid thecalorie-busting deep-fried hot dogs (if you can).
  • Alex R.
    Alex RobertsonJanvier 23
    delicious hot dogs for $7, delicious cocktails for $16. a luxury experience but it'll probably be a while before I return.
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