The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog just took the No. 1 spot on the World's 50 Best Bars list from Drinks International magazine.
The Irish-American tavern, located just minutes from Wall Street, is one of the best-kept secrets of business folk working in New York City's Financial District. It also draws a regular crowd of Irish tourists, thanks to the pub's 145 varieties of Irish whiskey.
You won't find a neon Guinness sign or shamrocks in the window. The Dead Rabbit, which Business Insider has named the best bar in America two years in a row, was founded by two friends who emigrated from Belfast, Northern Ireland, with dreams of opening a pub.
Take a look inside to see why The Dead Rabbit is the best place to grab a drink.
Buried among a sea of skyscrapers in New York's Financial District, a four-floor brick building on Water Street is home to the best bar in the world: The Dead Rabbit.
It's an Irish tavern like few others. In New York, "a sports bar with a Guinness sign in the window calls itself Irish," one bubbly bartender told Business Insider.
The Dead Rabbit, which opened its doors just after Hurricane Sandy struck, tells the story of how the Irish settled in New York in the 1800s. Its no-frills vibe radiates authenticity, from the sawdust on the floor to the stiff Irish whiskey punch.
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