The ice has melted from the streets, the boots are turning into pumps, and binge watching Netflix in your bed is no longer acceptable every night. It’s time to start stripping off those layers and stirring up some liquid libations. Adalya, Lazy Point and Bounce Sporting Club have concocted some refreshing cocktails to welcome these warm weather days. I will repeat New Yorkers, WARM WEATHER DAYS.
Served at Adalya 55 Irving Place
Adalya, located in NYC’s historical Gramercy Park Neighborhood, offers has an extensive beverage program which features signature cocktails alluding to the history of the Mediterranean region. Bringing the regions staple liquor, limoncello to Manhattan, the Kiss Me Fizz has sunshine and spring as the core of the cocktail.
Kiss Me Fizz
1 oz gin
.5 oz limoncello
3 fresh basil leaf
Shake and then pour into wine glass
Add cava. 2/3 full
Served at Lazy Point 310 Spring St.
It might not be Hampton’s season just yet so Lazy Point is bringing the beach to the main borough. Inspired by Long Island’s East End, this Soho cocktail bar offers artisanal drinks in this urban beach house setting. Crafted by in-house mixologist Jeremy Strawn, The Volstead is refreshing, crisp and mixed with fresh fruits- the perfect cocktail to sip during these warm weather days.
.75oz Elderflower Liquor
.75oz Fresh Lemon Juice
.75oz Simple Syrup
4-5 Fresh Strawberries
Served at Bounce Sporting Club 55 W 21st St.
Ricky Bobby finishes first every time – and not just on the race track. Carefully crafted by Bounce Sporting Club’s master mixologist, Spencer Elliot, the cocktail, mixed with fresh lemon juice and raspberries, is a fresh refreshment for even the hottest raceway.
2 oz Cognac
1 oz Curaçao liqueur
.75 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
Garnish with Raspberries
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