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  • Melissa Hansson

    possible bar for co-worker jaunt: Please Don't Tell, 113 St. Marks Place, same day reservations required, enter through a hot dog shop's phone booth.

  • Dealatron General

    Ahh PDT, my favorite (and only place) for bacon-wrapped hotdogs and craft cocktails only accessible through a secret passage through a phone booth. Brilliant. #JetsetCurator

  • Marta Sindil

    PDT, 113 St. Marks Place, NY 10009, Short for Please Don’t Tell, PDT is one of the city’s most celebrated speakeasy-style bars. The East Village bar is tucked away inside a popular hot dog shop, Crif Dogs. Once you’ve descended into Crif, you enter PDT by stepping into a tucked away telephone booth, where a door magically appears, transporting you to a sleek bar

  • Penelope Ray

    PDT; New York City Mixologist Jim Meehan, deputy editor of Food & Wine Cocktails, obsesses over obscure classic drinks at this excellent reservations-only lounge, whose name means Please Don’t Tell. The (unmarked) door is in a phone booth inside the hot dog joint Crif Dogs. 113 Saint Marks Pl., Manhattan; 212-614-0386; pdtnyc.com.

  • House of Angostura

    PDT which stands for "Please Don't Tell" is another #NewYork bar that was named one the #BestBars in the world by Food Republic. You enter through a #vintage phone box for a #casual #speakeasy. #Lounge #OldSchool

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