If you are a man (preferably, a gentleman) or a lady, who has a dry sense of humor and belongs to “the drinking classes” (you don’t have to), you will probably appreciate glamour and extravagance of “Oscar Wilde”, Victorian Era style bar and restaurant in New York City, inspired by famous Irish author of the 19th century.
“Oscar Wilde” restaurant and bar has a unique history – it is set in the historic building that was once the Prohibition Enforcement Headquarters. You can try a cocktail that was popular during prohibition, taste delicious contemporary American dishes, and admire the amazing antiques from all around the world.
Tommy Burke and Frank McCole, the two Irish owners and big fans of Oscar Wilde, have created a fitting tribute to the great writer.
Oscar Wilde once famously said, “I have very simple tastes, I am always satisfied with the very best”.
45 W 27th St, New York, NY 10001
P.S. Don’t forget to make a reservation
See more at https://www.oscarwildenyc.com/about
Pictures by J.B.Gattini