ACME Downstairs

What was once an old rock n’ roll bar is now the elegant counterpart to hot dining spot, Acme. Brought to you by the owners of NYC mainstays Indochine and BondSt, the Acme pedigree was already set in stone upon the establishment’s re-opening in January 2012. It’s not hard to see why, either. The sleek bar is inviting for both guests of the restaurant, and for regular patrons looking to dance the night away. House cocktails like the ‘Foxy Brown’ – a mixture of tequila, brown sugar, ginger and lime – will ensure the party continues well into the wee hours. Resident DJs mix all your favourite nostalgic tracks, and leather booths and low lighting provide all you need for a great night out.

 

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What the locals are saying
Hannah Elliott Columnist, Bloomberg Luxury

It's intimate, the crowd is cool, bartenders are friendly and knowledgeable, and people are always dancing.

Ana Maria Celis Post War and Contemporary Art Specialist, Christie's

ACME is always guaranteed to be a good night and it’s the kind of place where you always run into friends. Their Foxy Brown cocktail is dangerously good!

Esther Houston Writer & Curator

For drinks, I go downstairs at ACME.