The Dead Rabbit releases new app

09 May 2017

What happens when the World's Best Bar The Dead Rabbit creates an app? What sounds like a great app, that's what.

The app works to collate all The Dead Rabbit online resources, bringing the bar to your phone, kinda.

Featuring video via the bar's YouTube channel, PDFs of all The Dead Rabbit comic book menus, info on upcoming events, an online store and regular news pages, the app is free and available via the App Store iPhone and Google Play for Android.

‘We’re excited to be doing something new with our technology – providing a free resource for our guests which enables us to communicate with them in a more efficient way,' said co-founder Sean Muldoon. 'App users will be amongst the first to be notified of anything new… and we have a lot of new, exciting stuff coming up’.

'The idea behind the app is to bring all of our online resources to one platform, and then to put that platform in the hands of our guests, effectively improving the user experience,' added digital marketing manager Rebekkah Dooley.

'Our goal is to supply our guests with a more efficient, streamlined resource that they can access quickly and for free.'

We've had a browse of the online shop and spotted its Irish Coffee Blend, The Dead Rabbit Drinks Manual and a cool 'vintage whiskey tee'.

How to get it? Just search ‘Dead Rabbit NYC' on your App Store.

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