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Signature Drink: Over the River

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Doug Fir Lounge’s bar manager, Joshua Merrion, recommends his Over the River cocktail to keep you warm when the temperatures dip.

INGREDIENTS
—2 parts Woodford Reserve
—1 part Zirbenz Stone Pine liqueur
—1/4 ounce honey syrup
—4 dashes each Peychaud’s bitters and Angostura bitters

DIRECTIONS
1. Combine all ingredients, stir and strain over a single ice cube.
2. Garnish with a lemon peel and Amarena cherry on a pick.

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Signature Drink - Symphony No. 11

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White Dog Cafe, an iconic restaurant, first opened in Philadelphia’s University City over 30 years ago as a leader in using environmentally sustainable, organic and local foods from farms within 50 miles. Known for warm hospitality and inspiring, award-winning food, White Dog’s historic three brownstones were recently renovated, offering charming and whimsical dog décor and artwork in the many unique dining spaces and outdoor patio. The intimate dining rooms seat from 10 to 55 guests and offer a wonderful option for group dining.

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Signature Drink - The Hibiscus Daisy

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For 21 years, Proprietor Tony Del Gatto has been sharing his love of vera cucina Italiana—true Italian cuisine, the way it’s found in Italy today—at Grissini, his swanky, stylish restaurant in Englewood Cliffs in Bergen County. Old school in all the best ways, Grissini presents fresh, delicious food in a classy space. Enjoy a well-made cocktail at the restaurant’s convivial, buzzing bar or a glass of wine from the restaurant’s extensive list of fine Old World Wines while savoring a true taste of Italy.

Signature Drink - Classic Whiskey Sour

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Sure, The Trestle Inn has some serious history—the place has been serving food and drinks for a century—but this hot spot is definitely not gathering any dust. Don your best go-go boots and get ready to dance at this whiskey go-go bar where it’s the free-spirited 60s and 70s all over again. Feeling shy? Just watch the dancers shimmy and shake their way into your heart. Private events are welcomed with open arms.

Signature Drink - Kiwi Margarita

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Every year, Richard Sandoval’s La Sandia, a modern Mexican restaurant in the open-air Santa Monica Place, hosts a six-week guacamole festival that highlights regional flavors. To come up with the ingredients, corporate executive chef Patrick Maxey of Richard Sandoval Restaurants and Manny Flores, Sandia’s director of operations, tour Mexico City, Toluca, Oaxaca and the Riviera Maya. They also select one ingredient to feature in a festival cocktail. "This year we chose kiwi, which is used in the Baja guacamole because it’s naturally sweet, bitter and sour all in one punch," Flores says.

Signature Drink - Do You Think I’m Tex-y?

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INGREDIENTS

-1 oz. Tito’s Handmade Vodka

-1 oz. elderflower liqueur

-6 fresh raspberries

-.25 oz. simple syrup

-.25 oz. handcrafted sweet and sour

METHOD

1. Muddle berries, simple syrup and sweet amd sour together.

2. Add spirits and then fresh ice.

3. Shake vigorously.

4. Strain into martini glass and garnish with a mint leaf.

Recipie courtesy of mixologist Cat Miltenberger, Tito's Handmade Vodka and The Mockingbird Distillery in Austin. 

Signature Drink - The RH

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This is definitely not your grandfather’s library. The Library Bar, tucked inside the intimate Rittenhouse hotel, is a far cry from anything dusty, stodgy or old-world. Instead, this inviting space, with its handsome interiors, is the embodiment of modern, sleek style. While here, opt for The RH cocktail, the Library Bar’s signature drink. Like the space itself, this cocktail takes a classic and turns it on its head. It’s a new look of the whiskey sour, revisited in honor of Rye whisky’s birthplace.

INGREDIENTS

-2 oz. of rye whiskey

Signature Drink - St. Germain Cocktail

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INGREDIENTS:

-1.5 oz. St. Germain liqueur
-2 oz. sparkling wine or champagne
-Club soda or sparkling water
-Lemon twist

DIRECTIONS:

1. Fill a Collins glass with ice and St. Germain liqueur.

2. Add in sparkling wine or champagne. 

3. Top off with club soda or other sparkling water as desired.

4. Garnish with a lemon twist or wedge and serve.

* This drink can be made for a group by multiplying the measurements.

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