Brandy Library, Manhattan, NY: Boasting over 900 bottles of spirits and 100 cocktails to choose from off their legendary menu, the Brandy Library has one of the best collections of vintage and new whiskeys in the world on display in the Tribeca Neighborhood.
Flatiron Room, Manhattan, NY
Maysville, Manhattan, NY
Beast of Bourbon, Brooklyn, NY
Noormans Kil, Brooklyn, NY
Char No. 4, Brooklyn, NY: The name of this Brooklyn establishment is a reference to the term that describes the most intense char level the inside of the Bourbon barrel can receive. That same intensity for Bourbon is seen throughout the entire building, with the exterior and interior veneer inspired by Bourbon barrels and the fare focusing on smoked meats to compliment the 150+ American whiskeys featured on the drink menu.
Jack Rose, Washington, DC: It has the best whiskey collection on the East side of the Mississippi. No really, they do. A must visit for any whiskey drinker.
Dry 85, Annapolis, MD: You might want to plan your visit to select one of their Bourbon flights on a Sunday when they serve their Bacon Brunch.
Butcher and the Rye, Pittsburgh, PA
Citizen Public House, Boston
Village Whiskey, Philadelphia
Bourbon, Washington D.C.
McCormacks Big Whiskey Grill, Tuckahoe, VA: With over 350 Bourbons to choose from, you should be able to find what you’re looking for. Their little brother, “McCormack’s Whiskey Grill” might not be “Big” but it boasts 150 Bourbons and is located in the Richmond, Virginia area as well.