Ward III is finally reopened after a year’s reconstruction


Their success . . .

After about a year’s closure due to construction in their building, we are happy to announce the reopening of our financial management client, Ward III. Not much has changed at this classic neighborhood standby; the quality of the cocktails is as high as ever and the bartenders are still producing the same delicious drinks that you love.

The cocktail list offers something for everyone, incorporating twists on classics as well as some brand new creations. The food is deliciously simple and comforting. On offer are bar snacks, small bites, and flatbreads. Our favorites were the deviled eggs and Sigmund’s soft pretzels.

The space is dimly lit – we would argue perfectly – yet warm and welcoming. The bartenders are masters of their craft and product fine cocktails while providing the guest with an exceptional experience. Jazz performances and events only add more reason to visit the space.

Take Aways . . .

Whether you are already in the area, or make a special trip just to visit, we doubt you will be disappointed in your experience. The cocktail list and food menu offer something for everyone and the overall guest experience is on point. The only downside is that, because they were closed for so long, we have a lot of time to make up for!

Ward III

111 Reade Street

New York, NY 10013

(212) 240-9194


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