Old Crow, Zurich
Why It’s a Standout: Dimitri Komarov, one of the owners of LA-based hospitality firm 1933 Group, speaks highly of this new speakeasy in Zurich’s 1st district. “It’s not fancy on décor, but the (liquor) collection is pretty insane,” he says. The bar, decorated with wood furniture, stone walls, and checkerboard floors, has more 700 bottles of rare liquor including a 1940 Macallan 50 — a shot of which will set you back about $825.
The Drink to Order: According to Komarov, you should order the Lightweight Traveler, a bourbon-based cocktail with ginger beer, mint, cucumber, some sugar, and a splash of lemon juice. “It has nice balance and is very refreshing.”Back to top