The National Arts Club is a classic, historic part of New York City with a lived-in welcome feel. Originally founded in 1898 by Charles De Kay, the literary and art critic for The New York Times, the club moved to its present location in the Samuel Tilden Mansion in 1906. There’s always a pleasant vibe in the space, with its view to Gramercy Park across the street. Cocktails taste even better in the space with its gorgeous stained glass and medley of art on the walls. Bartender Jonathan Schenk mixed up an attractive and tasty number with a citrus bent. The flavors are light and bright and so nice to clink with.