From Our Editors
The JakeWalk is named after jake, a Jamaican ginger extract used as a tonic and popularized in the 1920s. The Brooklyn restaurant shares one major thing in common with its namesake: it can cure whatever ails you. If you're in dire need of an inventive craft cocktail, for example, the bartenders have you covered with house specialties such as the Sub Rosa, made with mezcal, Campari, allspice, and orange flower water. And if you're suffering from a deficiency of cheese, well, some hot fondue should be just what the doctor ordered.