25 North Moore St.
A $380 glass of Lagarde 1900 Armagnac should put any client in the mood for business. This reverential temple of fine liquor draws CEOs and Wall Street moguls with shelves full of vintage brandies and single malts. Carefully grouped gentlemen’s chairs lend an air of authority akin to your own richly appointed study—except with lithe waitresses in cognac-colored dresses. Special members’ privileges ($350 a year), including a custom-etched snifter, offer more ways to impress. When the ink is dry, there’s a menu of fine cigars—try a Nicaraguan Padron 1964 Anniversary ($38)—waiting to be smoked on the quiet porch.