Sanatorium
BreakThruTV | ep160 | Mar 15, 2017
Sanatorium is a hospital-themed bar and lounge in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. Inspired by the history of 19th century hospitals and remedies, Sanatorium features medicinal cocktails made with botanicals and herbs. Chelsea White sat down with the bar owner, Albert Trummer, to find out more about Sanatorium and sample some of the “medicine” offered there.

Music featured in the episode: "Moon Dust" by Cherry Glazerr // "Slack" by Tycho // "Bottled Affection" by Cold War Kids

RELEVANT LINKS

Sanatorium: Official Website // Facebook

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