This winter, mixologists are playing with fire—literally. Check out these nine cocktails with notes of wood, ash and fire to set the mood for the colder months at a notable bar near you. Try making the Smoky Sour at home. Mixologist Bryan Galligos plays with fire to char rosemary and turns a Martini glass over it to capture the herby essence.
Gluten-Sensitive Flatbread add 20 cal available for an additional charge. Balsamic Cipollini onions, wood-grilled red peppers, arugula. Shiitake mushrooms, goat cheese, Parmesan, black truffle, green onion. Wood-grilled red peppers, scallions, lobster sour cream.
I used to make this in a restaurant where I worked. I have modified it for the home cook. I make this about twice a summer.
Not your ordinary coffee house. They serve the most interesting spirits here, and the coffee is phenomenal! I haven't had their food but it looks and smell yummy. Decor is so cool, and they have an outdoor seating area. You can have cocktails or coffee and chill for as long as you like in the dark bar featuring church pews and confessional booths.