Boilermaker is your friendly neighborhood bar; but with specialty cocktails, craft beer, seasoned bartenders and award-winning burgers and wings, it’s a far cry from your local dive. Named for the beer-and-shot combo and designed with a casual, industrial nod, there’s attention to detail in every menu item that is served in an approachable, lived-in setting. Seriously, though, we’re not kidding about those burgers–Boilermaker’s were named “New York City’s Best Burgers” by Thrillist in 2018.
The Cabinet offers cocktails, beer and wine, and bar snacks. Our rotating selection has been curated to reflect the range of what our favorite spirits offer. Rye whiskey from across the country and around the world; tequila from small family producers using traditional methods; and of course, the wide world of true artisanal mezcal, the deepest spirit category of them all.
Existing Conditions is a premier cocktail bar in collaboration with Dave Arnold of Booker and Dax, Don Lee of PDT and Greg Boehm of Cocktail Kingdom. Located in classic Greenwich Village, Existing Conditions is known for blending cutting-edge science, timeless cocktails and hospitality without a lot of fuss. It offers an exceptional guest experience where deliciousness reigns and the mood is fun and welcoming.
Masahiro Urushido and Cocktail Kingdom Hospitality Group’s James Tune and Greg Boehm teamed up to gift New York with a unique Japanese cocktail bar. Located in Greenwich Village, Katana Kitten is intended to be a casual and fun combination of Japanese street-style fare. It’s a two-level establishment with music and decor inspired by the Golden Gai district of Tokyo, where tiny, tightly packed bars line the streets.
One of the World’s 50 Best Bars for three years in a row, Mace is unlike any cocktail bar you’ve ever seen. The premier cocktail bar was opened in 2015 by acclaimed French bartender Nico de Soto as well as Cocktail Kingdom’s Greg Boehm. With this dynamic duo, Mace has risen to the top of the cocktail world and transformed cocktails as we know them. As the name suggests, Mace is dedicated to incorporating unique spices handpicked from around the world in each.
A Christmas-themed pop-up cocktail bar, Miracle serves holiday cocktails in a festive setting. The concept was born in 2014 when upon the advice of his mother, owner Greg Boehm decided to halt construction of what was to be his new East Village cocktail bar called Mace and transformed the unfinished space into a pop-up bar serving holiday-themed drinks among over-the-top Christmas decorations. Currently, owner Greg Boehm and manager Joann Spiegel are pleased to expand the Miracle concept to all corners of the US, plus pop-ups in Canada, Europe, Asia, and Central America. With kitschy holiday décor, professionally-developed cocktails and the nostalgic energy of the best office party you’ve ever been to, Miracle is sure to get even the grouchiest grinch in the holiday spirit. It is the approachable Americana holiday; the cozy version of Christmas defined by classic movies–just replace Edmund Gwenn with a slightly naughtier, tipsier Santa. It is a nostalgic, fully immersive holiday experience with over-the-top decorations and themed cocktails.
In 2015 at Boilermaker in New York City, Sippin’ Santa was born as the companion pop-up to Miracle that focuses on the themes of tiki and Christmas. Imagine Santa on a surfboard instead of a sleigh, and palm trees instead of pine. In 2018, Sippin’ Santa debuted a partnership with Tiki-connoisseur Jeff “Beachbum” Berry as they continued to elevate their festive love of tiki and expanded to 12 locations across the USA. Like Miracle, Sippin’ Santa is a nostalgic, fully immersive holiday experience with over-the-top festive decorations and themed cocktails, all with a touch of tiki.