Oysters and Specialty Cocktails for Two or Four at Bishops & Barons (Up to 60% Off)

East Village

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In a Nutshell

Elegant speakeasy decor envelopes diners as they savor Blue Point oysters with vermouth and specialty cocktails

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 7th, 2012. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Phone or email reservation required. Dine-in only. Alcohol is not discounted more than 50%. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales and delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic drink. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Oysters are said to be an aphrodisiac, much like a bottle of red wine or a powerful brain visibly pulsing beneath their skull. Start the evening off right with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $29 for two specialty cocktails and one dozen Blue Point oysters (up to a $62 total value)
  • $49 for four specialty cocktails and two dozen Blue Point oysters (up to a $124 value)

Expert mixologists craft more than 15 specialty cocktails (a $13 value each) including the High Fashion, blended with anejo tequila and brown sugar, and the Irish Rose, with Jameson and rosebuds. Diners can then indulge in a platter of East Coast Blue Point oysters (up to a $3 value each) served with vermouth, olives, and mignonette.

Bishops & Barons

“This is no Carrie Bradshaw bar,” The Rundown NYC firmly states about Bishops & Barons—a swanky cocktail joint created by the owners of Employees Only and The Gates in summer 2012. Despite fashion-forward accents of peacock feathers, zebra stripes, and delicate chandeliers, a vintage speakeasy vibe predominates, thanks to a gold pressed-tin ceiling, paisley-patterned wallpaper, and dark wood furnishings. Named for two historic Brooklyn street gangs, Bishops & Barons harkens back to prohibition's heyday with delicate cocktails dreamed up by mixologist Dushan Zaric and a flat-screen TV that only plays speeches made by Calvin Coolidge. The unique drinks blend together potent liquors including absinthe and tequila, with unusual ingredients, such as brown sugar, rosebuds, and fig puree. Bartenders also sling draft, craft, and bottled brews include Sixpoint Crisp Pilsner and Abita Light as well as seven types of white and eight types of red wine. Back in the kitchen, chefs put a twist on traditional dishes, from corn on the cobb slathered in garlic, lemon, and scarmozza, to St. Louis–style ribs crowned with honey barbeque and peanuts. The petite menu also showcases East Coast Blue Point oysters, quail, and wagyu flank steak.

Bishops & Barons

“This is no Carrie Bradshaw bar,” The Rundown NYC firmly states about Bishops & Barons—a swanky cocktail joint created by the owners of Employees Only and The Gates in summer 2012. Despite fashion-forward accents of peacock feathers, zebra stripes, and delicate chandeliers, a vintage speakeasy vibe predominates, thanks to a gold pressed-tin ceiling, paisley-patterned wallpaper, and dark wood furnishings. Named for two historic Brooklyn street gangs, Bishops & Barons harkens back to prohibition's heyday with delicate cocktails dreamed up by mixologist Dushan Zaric and a flat-screen TV that only plays speeches made by Calvin Coolidge. The unique drinks blend together potent liquors including absinthe and tequila, with unusual ingredients, such as brown sugar, rosebuds, and fig puree. Bartenders also sling draft, craft, and bottled brews include Sixpoint Crisp Pilsner and Abita Light as well as seven types of white and eight types of red wine. Back in the kitchen, chefs put a twist on traditional dishes, from corn on the cobb slathered in garlic, lemon, and scarmozza, to St. Louis–style ribs crowned with honey barbeque and peanuts. The petite menu also showcases East Coast Blue Point oysters, quail, and wagyu flank steak.


Reviews

Delicate chandeliers and dark wood paneling all meld to create a modern saloon. The place is funky, warm and friendly.

Reviewer, Kapture Blog, 7/23/12

The service was attentive, the drinks top-notch, and the appetizers and entrees were fantastic.

Michael B., Yelp, 5/24/12
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    East Village

    243 E 14th St.

    Manhattan, New York 10003

    212-253-2112

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