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Nestled below street level, beneath the French bistro Jacques, this intimate bar puts a new spin on the crafted cocktail craze: drink inspiration is drawn from the styles and flavors of the former French territories. From a menu divided into regions that once housed French colonies, like "Indochine France," drinkers enjoy tipples inspired by the ingredients indigenous to each area—by the glass, or served out of an old absinthe fountain.