The businesses shown below are offering special Village Trip Cocktails and Dishes during the two-week festival in 2023:

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The Clam

420 Hudson Street
Gibson Girl - Dill and pink peppercorn-infused vodka, house-made pickled green onion

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La Contenta Oeste

78 West 11th Street
“El Mono” cocktail named for West Village resident F. Murray Abraham’s role as Omar “El Mono” Suárez in the film “Scarface”
Mixologist: Alex Valencia.

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The Corner Bistro

331 West 4th Street
The Gandolfini Negroni:  James Gandolfini frequented the Corner Bistro during the height of the Sopranos. It was said he studied his script there and often conversed with patrons over a burger, fries, and beer.

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222 Thompson Street
Signature Mojito -  Bacardi 8, muddled limes, mint leaves, sugar & soda

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Elephant and Castle

68 Greenwich Avenue
POWER THE POMEGRANATE: The cocktail is made with Pomegranate Juice, Sake, Ginger Syrup and Sparkling Wine
BEATNIK SALAD: Farmers Markets, Avocado, Baby Arugola, Pumpkin Seeds and Citrus Vinaigrette

Elephant and Castle

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Jeffrey’s Grocery

172 Wavery Place
“Birds of a e Feather” Traditionally a Jungle Bird is a rum based cocktail done with Campari and Pineapple juice. Our version is done with Bourbon and Cynar (an artichoke amaro) and Cappilletti (instead of Campari). This way we get the funky quality and bittersweet finish that the original cocktail is about.

Birds of a Feather cocktail

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La Lanterna di Vittorio

129 MacDougal Street
Eve's Tea: Mezcal Sour with Hibiscus tea syrup, Lime Juice and a splash of Seltzer
Pete's Banjo: Hot spiced New York state apple cider with Bourbon

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The Little Owl

90 Bedford Street
Rosita Sandita: 2 ounces of fresh watermelon juice, 4 ounces of rosé, with a splash of club soda and garnished with a slice of watermelon and a lime


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The Malt House Greenwich Village

206 Thompson Street

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Market Table

54 Carmine Street
“Smoke on the Water”: Hibiscus- and Jalapeno-infused Mezcal, Basil, Pineapple, Agave and Fresh Lime juice
Mixologists: Evan Campbell and Kelsey Owens

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Mermaid Oyster Bar

89 MacDougal Street
Black Pearl: Bourbon based cocktail with black raspberry liqueur, lemon juice, and an egg white served shaken and straight up with angostura bitters on top

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North Square at the Washington Square Hotel

103 Waverly Place
Black Manhattan Cockail

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Ofrenda Cocina Mexicana

113 Seventh Avenue South

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15 East 12th Street
Up Beat: Mr. Black Coffee Liqueur, Cold Brew Espresso, Absinthe, Branca Menta, Sea Salt, Angostura Bitters

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178 2nd Avenue
Smoked Mezcal Negroni. Equal parts Verde Mezcal, sweet vermouth and Luxardo Bitter Rosso and smoked with food-grade mesquite wood chips

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Blue Hill - Family Meal

75 Washington Place

THE VILLAGER: Fort Hamilton Rye, New York Malmsey Madeira, Faccia Brutto Amaro, Forthave Brown, Maple

Family Meal is Blue Hill Restaurant’s pop-in. A menu-less dinner experience in the spirit of a restaurant's family meal—shared plates highlighting Blue Hill’s roster of vegetables and grains (with meats playing a supporting role), served family style.

The 'Friendly Village Atmosphere' is a variation on a Black Manhattan with Rye, four Amari (including one by Forthave Spirits in Brooklyn) and our house-made coffee liqueur made with Irving Farm espresso. The cocktail is named after a description from an advertisement in the Greenwich Village Guide for MARTA, the neighborhood restaurant located at 75 Washington Place for 60+ years before it became Blue Hill. Enjoyed at the beginning or end of your Family Meal dinner, the Friendly Village Atmosphere is served stirred on the big rock atop a coaster reproduction of the original ad.

Blue Hill Family Meal Friendly Village Atmosphere

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The White Horse Tavern

567 Hudson Street
White Horse Ale

Bratwurst & Beans: Beer Braised Bratwurst, Smoked Bacon Baked Beans, Braised Red Cabbage, Whole Grain Mustard
2 pieces of Schaller & Weber Bratwurst (pork & veal); slow cooked in beer (pacifico) then grilled; served with baked beans (navy beans, onion, bacon, spices), and braised red cabbage (red wine vinegar, sugar, salt); served with a whole grain mustard sauce on the side (whole graine mustard, guldens brown mustard)

Allergies: Onion/Garlic, Gluten, Alcohol

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Figaro NYC

184 Bleecker Street
Figaro first opened its doors in 1957 and quickly became a place to be. Beat generation pioneers Jack Kerouac and Lenny Bruce, musicians Bob Dylan and Lou Reed, and actors Al Pacino and Sam Shepard were just some of the celebrities who frequented it.

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Classic Arepas

31 W 8th St
Around the corner from Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, Classic Arepas brings the best Venezuelan flavors to the city. With homemade recipes for our traditional arepas, delicious empanadas and way more dishes to try In this restaurant, we guarantee you’ll say “This Must Be the Place!”

Classic Arepas food photo

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