Do Dinner At A 'Supper Club' Then See Someone Incredible Speak at the 92nd Street Y
The Drunken Monkey pays tribute to the legendary flavors, style and ambiance of the famous “Old Bombay” cafes and music and supper clubs of the early 1900s with a menu featuring family secret recipes, passed down from 1947 and authentic old favorites. The food reflects the rich heritage of Indian cooking from every region—the royal Northwest down to the fishing villages of the coastal south and showcases the best of the culinary tradition. The grand ol’ cocktail bar demands your attention, serving up artisanal cocktails using ingredients prepared freshly in the kitchen just as the foods are.
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The Drunken Monkey
338 East 92nd Street, Manhattan
1395 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan