Yes, yes, yes! We simply love these little spots in the city that live underneath New York City’s ground. People pass by and have absolutely NO clue it’s there. The Tippler is a bar, hidden under the Chelsea Market in the Meatpacking District, that you’ll love!
One of our dear friends and contributors, Dani Cutait, went to The Tippler yesterday and fell in love with it!
If you’re not familiar with New York and the Meatpacking District, this may be a tricky place to find. But, it’s not a problem. It’s can actually be fun! When you arrive close to the entrance, there is only a bright sign saying “Open” that guides you into the place.
The décor is made out of “reclaimed water tower wood and train rails from the nearby high line, repurposed antique fixtures, vintage library decor”. All with a distinctive speakeasy vibe.
Their menu serves locally made products, craft cocktails, plus a huge variety of artisanal spirits, beers and wines. They are also vegetarian-friendly and have a few great options.
In addition, for private events, you can reserve semi-private spaces for groups of 20 -100 guests. Private events can be arranged for a total of 250 guests.
How can we ask for more, right!?!?
Lastly, the Tippler does not take reservations, so try to arrive early, or just beware that you might have to wait in line
We are sure you will enjoy these spots. Even though they are in a busy neighborhood, we always manage to find some of these hidden little taverns and bars for you! Enjoy!
Sunday – Thursday: 4pm – 1am
Friday – Saturday: 4pm – 3am
Location: 425 West 15th Street
Photo Credit: mdisc
*Last Update on March/2020.*