signature drink

Signature Drink: Clover Club

INGREDIENTS:
→ 2 oz. London Dry Gin
→ 3/4 oz. raspberry syrup*
→ 3/4 oz. lemon juice
→ egg white
→ Angostura bitters

DIRECTIONS:
Place all ingredients into a shaker. Shake without ice. Add ice and shake hard. Double strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with three drops of Angostura bitters.

* P.S. Steak’s team adds grains of paradise, rose and other botanicals to its syrup.

Signature Drink: Carnivore Old-Fashioned

Located in both the North Loop and Northeast Minneapolis, Bartending by Drew offers an array of libations to kick off the spring season. Whether it’s a wedding or a corporate team-building event, owner Drew Atkin offers signature drinks to match any event’s aesthetic.

“Our opportunities lie within providing visitors with unique party options,” says Atkin. “Our services allow guests to have fun and experience something out of the ordinary whether it be with friends or co-workers.”

Signature Drink: Electric Bunny

Housed in a former factory, the adjoined restaurants—Popol Vuh and its fast-casual counterpart Centro at Popol Vuh—share an entrance but diverge on fare and focus. Centro, a bright, festive quick-service taco bar offers fan favorites like ceviche, Nopales and pescado (fish) tacos, and colorful craft cocktails, including the Electric Bunny—a striking neon pink prickly pear caipirinha. 

Signature Drink: Traditional Sazerac

What better way to toast the changing of the leaves and arrival of cool fall breezes than with a cozy snifter of Sazerac crafted by the talented Esker Grove bar manager Jon Olson?

Nestled between the Walker Art Center’s contemporary collections and iconic Minneapolis landmarks, Esker Grove has attracted a following of its own. The restaurant was recently named one of the Travel Channel’s 10 best international museum restaurants and has quickly become a favorite local spot to enjoy New American fare and creative cocktails. 

Signature Drink: Truffle Shuffle

Fall is the fading of summer where the suntan fades and the air starts to smell a little different, a little more earthy. This drink is a twist on a drink that is typically thought of for summer, i.e a daiquiri. Like the days that get shorter and the dark of night gets longer, this drink is a little darker and a little earthy like fall.

INGREDIENTS:
—1 oz. truffl e fat washed Havana Club Rum
—1 oz. Gosling Spiced Rum
—1 oz. fresh grapefruit juice
—1 o.z dem simple syrup
—.5 oz. fresh lime

Signature Drink: San Jorge

Red Cow might be best known for burgers, but you’d be remiss to ignore the cocktail menu. Crafted by Beverage Director Ian Lowther, drinks range from beer cocktails (called boilermakers) to shaken or stirred specialties. Lowther created the following boozy concoction just for Minnesota Meetings + Events magazine. 

INGREDIENTS:
—1 t. simple syrup
—1/3 oz. fresh grapefruit juice
—1/3 oz. fresh lemon juice
—1/3 oz. Tattersall Grapefruit Crema
—1/3 oz. St. George Pear Brandy
—1 2/3 oz. Lunazul Reposado Tequila

Signature Drink: Sytti Fem

Tullibee’s bar team puts a twist on the French 75 with some Minnesota oomph for a refreshing spring cocktail. For more about the Hewing Hotel, flip to page 56.

RECIPE:
—1.5 oz. Norseman Gin
—.5 oz. lemon juice
—.25 oz. pine scented grenadine
—top with cava
—3 dashes Jamaica #2 bitters
—serve in a flute glass

Courtesy of TULLIBEE AT THE HEWING HOTEL

Signature Drink: Fall of ‘75

Kosevich’s Fall of ’75 features a garnish - ment you may not have seen, much less thought was possible: edible spray paint. Mixologists are getting more crafty these days, making a spectacle of their cocktails. 

INGREDIENTS:
—.5 oz. lemon 
—.5 oz. allspice syrup
—1 oz. Bombay Sapphire
—3 oz. sparkling wine
—1 eye drop Bittercube Blackstrap Bitters
—glass: flute
—garnish: edible gold spray paint, safflower

Signature Drink: Spice Market Old-Fashioned

A simple yet complex and delicious bourbon drink, Spice Market Old-Fashioned is one of JW Marriott’s Cocktails with Purpose creations—found on the Lobby Lounge menu at JW Marriott Minneapolis Mall of America. The beverage program, created in collaboration with New York-based Tippling Bros. and with the guidance of nutritionist Keri Glassman, emphasizes well-being and sustainability in its “garden to glass” cocktails. JW mixologists use fresh, seasonal and healthy ingredients to craft better-for-you drinks that are meant to be sipped and savored.

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