Belfast Telegraph

World's 50 Best Bars 2015: From London's Savoy to New York's Dead Rabbit

50. Dandelyan in London
50. Dandelyan in London
49. Little Red Door in Paris
48. Lost + Found in Nicosia, Cyprus
47. Tommy's in San Fransisco, California
46. Nottingham Forest in Milan
45. La Factoria in Puerto Rico
44. Zuma in Dubai
43. Schumann's in Munich (Guido Mangold)
42. Dry Martini in Barcelona
41. 69 Colebrooke Row in London
40. Trick Dog in San Francisco
39. Quinary in Hong Kong
38. Mace in New York
37. PDT in New York (Photo
36. Nomad Bar in The Nomad Hotel in New York
35. Manhattan Bar in Singapore
34. Ruby in Copenhagen (Uffe Weng)
33. Door 74 in Amsterdam (Paul vd Linde)
32. Delicatessen in Moscow (Vika Kazhan)
31. Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco
30. Tales & Spirits in Amsterdam
29. Aviary in Chicago
28. Bulletin Place in Sydney
27. Beaufort Bar in London
26. White Lyan in London
25. The Everleigh in Melbourne
24. Elephant Bar in The Nomad Hotel in New York
23. Mason Premiere in New York
22. The Clumsies in Athens
21. The Jerry Thomas Project in Rome
20. Licoreria Limantour in Mexico City
19. Le Lion Bar de Paris in Hamburg, Germany
18. Lobster Bar in Hong Kong
17. Imperial Craft in Tel Aviv
16. Buck & Breck in Berlin
15. Canon in Seattle
14. The Broken Shaker in Miami Beach, Florida
13. Bar High Five in Tokyo
12. Candelaria in Paris
11. Attaboy in New York
10. Black Pearl in Melbourne
9. Connaught Bar in London
8. Happiness Forgets in London
7. 28 HongKong STREET in Singapore
6. The Baxter Inn in Sydney
5. American Bar in London at The Savoy Hotel
4. Employees Only in New York
3. Nightjar in London
2. The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog in New York
1. Artesian in London

By Valerie Edwards

The World's 50 Best Bars 2015 have been named by the international bar industry.

London and New York bars dominate the list this year, with the Dead Rabbit - a Belfast influenced pub - almost making it to the top spot.

Opened in 2013 by Jack McGarry and Sean Muldoon, The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog serves up luxury cocktails and Irish breakfasts in New York’s Financial District.

But who beat the Belfast boys to the No.1 spot?

Click through our countdown from 50 to 1 to find out.

Drinks International publishes The World’s 50 Best Bars each year, but the industry decides who should make the list, with a bar and its staff having to impress a worldwide academy of voters.

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