Welcome to Beverly Bar, a sleek bar and dining room offering creative cocktails, craft beers, and wines to be enjoyed with American comfort fare.
  • New York City’s longest bar at 118.5 feet.
  • French fireplace, 1840s, acquired on Bond St. from Bonhams and Phillips Auctioneers
  • Grandfather clock from England circa 1884.
  • Marble handcarved in Vietnam.
  • Fireplace inlay from Hope Castle, 1700s
  • China Cabinet, French from Paris.
  • Porcelain at the entrance is from Gosford Castle.
  • Wood paneling, original, Hope Castle.
  • 26 antique clocks, multiple collections, all set to 1:50, the time of Beverly Bar’s death.
  • Porcelain tile inlaid in original floor.
  • All Bronze table-bases.
  • Wall-paper made in Mexico by Annette Monter.
  • Wainscott inspired by 17th century design and made from sesame seeds, manufactured by a factory in Wales.
  • Mahogany bar carved with garlands and horse and elephant heads, from Gosford Castle in Northern Ireland.
  • Carrara marble top.
  • Chairs made in Mexico, and are inspired by the Irish exit with one arm.
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  • 1909 – Building designed by Henry T. J. Fuehrman

  • 1919 – Building takes on role as Prohibition Enforcement Headquarters due to the Volstead Act

  • January 1922 – It is discovered that the telephone lines at the Prohibition Headquarters had been tapped for months!

  • On December 31st, 1933 – Volstead Act is repealed and replaced with 21st Amendment of the Constitution

  • End of Prohibition to current day – Occupied by a slew of novelty and apparel firms until now when Oscar Wilde will settle into the space!

  • New York City’s longest bar at 118.5 feet.
  • French fireplace, 1840s, acquired on Bond St. from Bonhams and Phillips Auctioneers
  • Grandfather clock from England circa 1884.
  • Marble handcarved in Vietnam.
  • Fireplace inlay from Hope Castle, 1700s
  • China Cabinet, French from Paris.
  • Porcelain at the entrance is from Gosford Castle.
  • Wood paneling, original, Hope Castle.
  • 26 antique clocks, multiple collections, all set to 1:50, the time of Beverly Bar’s death.
  • Porcelain tile inlaid in original floor.
  • All Bronze table-bases.
  • Wall-paper made in Mexico by Annette Monter.
  • Wainscott inspired by 17th century design and made from sesame seeds, manufactured by a factory in Wales.
  • Mahogany bar carved with garlands and horse and elephant heads, from Gosford Castle in Northern Ireland.
  • Carrara marble top.
  • Chairs made in Mexico, and are inspired by the Irish exit with one arm.
  •  
  • 1909 – Building designed by Henry T. J. Fuehrman

  • 1919 – Building takes on role as Prohibition Enforcement Headquarters due to the Volstead Act

  • January 1922 – It is discovered that the telephone lines at the Prohibition Headquarters had been tapped for months!

  • On December 31st, 1933 – Volstead Act is repealed and replaced with 21st Amendment of the Constitution

  • End of Prohibition to current day – Occupied by a slew of novelty and apparel firms until now when Oscar Wilde will settle into the space!

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