Recommendation by Lemi
Disguised as a bespoke umbrella store, Foxglove brings back the 1930s with the help of live jazz music and an impressive selection of fine liquor. Frank Minza, the man behind Foxglove, named the speakeasy after his lost lover’s favorite flower. Foxgloves are known to be lethal, but can also cure heart ailments if used wisely. Pick your poison for the night—whether it’s from their well-curated cocktail menu or a glass of rare Cognac. You can also enjoy a full meal here, as they offer a refined dinner menu that highlights the best of Euro-Japanese flavors.