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Bouley, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant, boasts a number of special and rare liquors to complement your meal. With the help of wine director Adrien Falcon, you can sample an array of intriguing spirits including vintage cognacs dating back to the mid-20th century, as well as artisanal cognacs or even Chartreuse tarragona, which is no longer produced. The French restaurant also stocks a number of aged rums, aged calvados and rare Armagnac vintages to please your palate. And, of course, the eatery has an extensive wine list, featuring a number of special bottles, including an '81 Henri Jayer Nuit St. George Premier Crus Les Meurgers.