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I'll Drink to That

In this blog Meredith DeLuca highlights five delicious cocktails in the 716.

Finally winter is coming to an end. And after such a brutal season I think it’s only fair that you celebrate with a cocktail. Since winter is over let’s celebrate with a drink because we definitely deserve it.

The Rosemary
This Chez Ami cocktail contains green chartreuse, gin, luxardo maraschino liqueur, creme de violette, and lime juice. Enjoy this while you take a spin on Buffalo’s only revolving bar.

The Rosemary from Chez Ami.

French Martini
Buffalo Chophouse knows how to cook a mean steak and they also know how to make a killer cocktail. We love their French martini with Grey Goose vodka, Chambord raspberry liqueur and pineapple juice.

French martini at Buffalo Chophouse.

Winter Boulevardier
While I may be sick of winter I’m not sick of this delightful drink from JT’s Urban Italian. With Elijah Craig bourbon, Campari, punt e mes, and maple simple syrup, this is definitely a drink I’ll be enjoying year ‘round. I think it pairs nicely with their delicious calamari.

Winter Boulevardier from JT’s Urban Italian.

Build Your Own Bloody
I always prefer tequila in my Bloody Mary (a bloody Maria) but the kind folks at 800 Maple don’t just let you pick your preferred alcohol, they let you completely customize your Bloody Mary. Available for Sunday brunch the possibilities for your own Bloody are practically endless.

Decisions decisions! Build your own Bloodys at 800 Maple.

Raspberry Margarita
This drink from Rocco’s Wood Fired Pizza is delightful and reminds me of spring. This classic drink gets a raspberry twist and it tastes even better accompanied with that delicious wood-fired pizza.

The Raspberry Margarita from Rocco’s

While we may be stuck with a few more cold days, winter is basically over. So grab your friends, designate a driver, and drink to rising temperatures.  After all, spring is in the air and summer’s just around the corner and I’ll definitely drink to that!


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