The team behind New York City cocktail bars Dear Irving and Raines Law Room opened a new venue in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood last week. Named for the classic Gimlet variation that uses Angostura bitters, The Bennett offers sophisticated drinks in a friendly, informal atmosphere. Hospitality veterans Alberto Benenati, Meaghan Dorman and Yves Jadot designed the menu’s 16 drinks ($15), which are divided into two sections. “House Creations” features original recipes, including the Autumn Infinity, which mixes Laird’s apple brandy, Red Jacket Orchards apple cider, Lustau Amontillado Sherry and St. George Spiced Pear liqueur, and the Reverse Monarch, a blend of Plymouth gin, La Quintinye Royale Blanc vermouth and house-made cucumber shrub. “Audience Awards” is a “greatest hits” list of popular cocktails from the group’s other venues, such as the Ideal Patriot, comprising Old Forester Signature Bourbon, Christian Drouin Calvados, house-made apple syrup and Angostura bitters, and the Andean Dusk, made up of La Diablada Pisco, muddled grapes and lemon juice and topped with Raventós rosé Cava. The Bennett has a smattering of light food options ($4 to $20), from roasted beet tartare tartine to cheese and charcuterie plates to meat skewers, as well as a short list of beer ($9 a bottle) and wine ($14 to $28 a glass; $65 to $290 a 750-ml. bottle). Architect Delphine Mauroit, who designed Raines Law Room and Dear Irving, crafted The Bennett’s theatrical look. A black marble–topped bar, elevated banquettes and blue velvet high seats allow guests to easily view drinks being made. The 1,600-square-foot space also features large windows, antique mirrors, outdoor seating and service buttons which allow guests to call for waitstaff.