Situated behind a blue door on the corner of Ann and Warner Streets, Finney Isles is a secluded and seductive bar from the minds behind top-tier saloons Cobbler and Savile Row. Whereas Cobbler and Savile Row are predicated on moody atmospherics, the vibe of Finney Isles boasts a softer aesthetic touch, with blue-leather furnishings and light timber creating a fresh vibe. Much like its older siblings, Finney Isles is first and foremost a cocktail bar. The bar’s impressive list features a range of cutting-edge concoctions inspired by famous artistic works and movements, exemplified by the citric and dry Wild Rider, themed on Ikenaga Yasunari’s ‘Makiko’ or Point The Bone, a bitter and textural mix inspired by Roy Lichtenstein’s ‘Drowning Girl’. As always, the bar team has done its due diligence when fleshing out the back bar – a stellar selection of boutique spirits fills the shelves to bursting point. A choice array of gins and whiskies lead the artisan selection, bolstered by a strong offering of low-intervention and biodynamic wines – 20 drops are available by the glass and ten by the bottle. Spritzes, mainstream and craft beers are available off tap, and patrons can also nibble on a selection of charcuterie and cheeses to boot.