Bar

TY Bar

Here, the cocktails start the conversations that change the world.

 

Ty Bar is a stylish, soaring space designed with art deco inspiration. With a legendary après-work scene, Ty Bar is ideal for private conversations or lively, see-and-be-seen socializing.

 

In this Midtown Manhattan bar, you’re encouraged to discover our bespoke cocktail menu or choose from the classic cocktails of the 1920s and 30s. Ty Bar offers an extensive list of craft beers, as well as specialty cocktails created by the city’s most talented mixologists. Enjoy a seat near the soaring windows, intimate fireplace or overlooking the Grand Lobby.

 

High-end whiskies and bourbons, including a custom-barrel bourbon made exclusively by Hudson Bourbon for Ty Bar, make it an unparalleled New York City bar experience with cuisine from our seasonal dining menu.

Hours

Monday – Saturday 12:00 noon – 1:00 am
Sunday 12:00 noon – 12:00 midnight

Quick Reference

  • Location

    Off the main lobby

  • Attire

    Smart casual

THE BALVENIE

The Most Handcrafted Single Malt Scotch Whisky Releases One Set of Five Coveted Bottles from Malt Master David C. Stewart MBE Exclusively at Four Seasons Hotel New York

 

DCS Chapter Three (SRP USD 60,000), called ‘Secrets of the Stock Model,’ showcases the science, art and experience needed to master whisky, and contains five bottles to commemorate the newest series. A cornerstone of the launch, Chapter Three includes the oldest whisky ever released in The Balvenie’s 125-year history, a 55-year-old single cask whisky that was laid down in 1961.

 

While previous chapters have been quickly secured by collectors in the U.S., one set of DCS Chapter Three will be featured exclusively at Ty Bar at Four Seasons Hotel New York and available for connoisseurs to sample by the flight for USD 5,000 or individual pours of each vintage with price varying per bottle. 

 

The Balvenie DCS Compendium Chapter Three whiskies are:

  • 1961 Aged 55 years – Cask 4193, European oak Oloroso sherry hogshead, filled June 14, 1961, 41.7% ABV.
  • 1973 Aged 43 years – Cask 8556, European oak Oloroso sherry butt, filled June 7, 1973, 46.6% ABV.
  • 1981 Aged 35 years – Cask 7824, Refill American oak hogshead, filled October 29, 1981, 43.8% ABV.
  • 1993 Aged 23 years – Cask 11621, Refill American oak hogshead, filled December 6, 1993, 51.9% ABV.
  • 2004 Aged 13 Years – Cask 741, European oak Oloroso sherry butt, filled January 19, 2004, 58.2% ABV.

 

As with each chapter in The Balvenie DCS Compendium, Chapter Three is stunningly exhibited in a bespoke walnut and brass frame, crafted by Scottish wood craftsman Sam Chinnery. The rarity of each expression is highlighted by an individual number engraved on the presentation case, showing it is one of just 50 sets available worldwide.

 

Each set includes The Balvenie DCS Compendium book, written by The Balvenie Global Ambassador Samuel J. Simmons. Signed by Simmons, the book features rare archive imagery from The Balvenie distillery, along with information on each of the five DCS Compendium chapters, documenting the process taken by Malt Master David C. Stewart to curate the compendium. A second edition of the book will be released alongside Chapter Three, updated in light of Stewart receiving an MBE from the Order of the British Empire in 2016 for his services to the Scotch whisky industry.