Set on the block-wide roof of the Freehand Hotel, this new-in-2018 bar offers a grand variety of outdoor and indoor spaces in which to play. There are tables for two along a narrow balcony, each with a nice amount of privacy; big areas for big parties; and two indoor tiki-decorated bars. All look out onto taller surrounding buildings and into nearby apartments, which is voyeuristic fun. But what makes Broken Shaker stand out are the imaginative cocktails, a mash-up of tropical, middle eastern and New York CIty influences. That might mean a drink seasoned with the ingredients you’d get on an everything bagel including powdered cream cheese; a Mai Tai-equivalent made with oat milk orgeat; or, my favorite, the "Hebrew Hammer" which is a scotch and rum concoction that swirls in tahini, and comes with a dreidel floating in it.