Our 10 Best Hot Booze Cocktails in New York City
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7. Freeman's Grandad's Coffee
Brandy, walnut liqueur, and coffee are topped off with a sweet cream float in this buzzy, warming drink ($12). Embrace youth and drink like an old man. Freeman Alley; 212-420-0012.
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6. Old Fashioned Ale at Atera
If you're lucky enough to score one of the 12 seats at this lower level bar beneath Matt Lightner's Tribeca restaurant, then you might try sipping on this warm brandy and ale cocktail ($17). Lemon, ginger, and cream are also in the mix before an egg yolk is added for a subtle flourish. 77 Worth Street; 212-226-1444.
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This newly opened cocktail bar from the Edi and the Wolf team is inspired by the classic Brit film of the same name. Their Austrian-focused menu includes this spicy drink ($12) made with myrtleberry liqueur, Fernet, and a house-made five-spice mulled cider. 116 Avenue C; 212-598-1040.