The New Potato

Freemans

Shop the Aesthetic

At the end of an alley in the Lower East Side, there’s a restaurant called Freemans that’s more of a time capsule than a typical New York venue. Freemans, a restaurant whose aesthetic is inspired by the colonial American tavern, aims to be a place where the founding fathers would have gathered and made plans. Everything from the Old World cuisine, to the bourbon and rye served in the proper glassware, brings you to a different time period – a surefire sign of a successful aesthetic. Freemans attention to detail is remarkable; even the cocktails are born out of a specific code thats purpose is to bring back the art of a truly great drink. Boutique wines are bought from small producers in order to achieve an Old World style specialty wine list.┬áCheck out our picks, and click to shop the aesthetic.

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Freemans-1270 LR

WhistlePig Straight Rye Whiskey, $64.99

Lace-Up Field Boot, $595

PB Pillar Candles, $3 – $27

Green-Backed Twin-Spot Taxidermy, NA

Barbour Bedale Jacket, $379

British Colonial Desk, Price Upon Request

Deer Antlers in Cast Resin, $149

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