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The signature cocktail of this hip NYC hangout is a frozen blend of fruit and tequila and is best enjoyed with a serving of their guacamole made tableside.
VIP stands for vodka-infused pineapple and this signature cocktail has just enough sweetness (and kick) to be the perfect pair with your steak or seafood entree.
The grower-produced Champagne, Initiale Cuvée, is made from Chardonnay and is rich with apple pie crust aromas.
The Old Rasputin has a thick pour that releases aromas of chocolate-dipped raisins, yeasty bread and espresso.
We named their Black Ops one of our 8 great winter beers. It’s a Russian imperial stout strong enough to knock out any winter chill.
“When I went to Belgium I saw places that were all about pork, beer, and oysters. That became our tagline,” says part owner and chef, Paul Kahan, of this Chicago beer hall.
One of Chicago’s most highly regarded cocktail bars, and another Madia-Kahan venture, The Violet Hour was a runaway success. Here cocktails highlight spirits and play off established drinks.
A bottle of Grower Champagne, like Camille Saves’s Brut Rose from the region of Bouzy, offers a blush of berry and a tartness of mandarin – perfect for your next big bash!
Try a bottle of Grower Champagne like Champagne Dis Vin Secret. It’s angular with some watermelon and radish, yet gingery and bright.
Looking for the perfect bottle for your next big bash? Try the fresh and electric Grower Champagne, Inflorescence Blanc de Noirs “La Parcelle.”
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