signature drink

Signature Drink - Harvey Weissbanger

Start the day off right with this twist on a breakfast cocktail from the North Loop’s latest addition, The Freehouse. Opened last December, this brewpub serves its own craft beer alongside tasty fare like oxtail croquettes and lobster toad in a hole. With a combo like orange juice and beer for breakfast, you’re guaranteed a hop in your step for the rest of the day.



-1 oz. Galliano

-2 oz. orange juice

-6 oz. wheat beer

-Orange wheel




1. Combine Galliano and orange juice.

Signature Drink - Sweet Pea

Hot off a recent opening, Buddha Kitchen and Lounge serves this refreshing cocktail in their Eat Street location. The restaurant, which has room for 144 diners, features Asian fusion cuisine and live house music performances. With its use of fresh fruits and vegetables and crisp taste, the Sweet Pea is the perfect spring drink for you to sip while sitting on Buddha’s patio and forgetting the bitter cold of winter.


Signature Drink - Prairie Gin-ger

The Minneapolis-based Phillips Distilling Company whipped up this original, herbal cocktail for Minnesota Meetings + Events, and it truly is the drink of the season. Ginger and beer mix with coriander, angelica, lemon, cassia and juniper gin flavors to create a taste that isn’t too dry, and satisfies with a soft, minty finish. Bust this out at your next soiree, and your guests won’t be disappointed.

2 oz. Prairie Organic Gin
4 oz. Champagne or prosecco
1/2 oz. ginger beer


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