The third and final establishment to be fashioned out of the long-standing Brownstone building is 1919 Wine and Mixology. With a name reflective of the year the building was constructed, 1919 plays on the structure's antique feel and rich history.
Situated adjacent to Chef Bruce Mozlan’s latest concept the Corner Table, 1919 embodies its prohibition past through its décor and staff serving up the latest cocktails in the prior fashions from the 1920s era. The speakeasy lounge features three rooms for entertaining. The booth-lined main room dons antique furnishing that creates a vintage inspired atmosphere with a VIP area in the far corner.
For an even more exclusive experience, The Lexington Room is available for private dining and parties. The prohibition theme continues on to the secondary bar in the back.
1919 Wine and Mixology is open daily at 4 p.m.