One good tradition deserves another. The Palm has been a fixture on the Philadelphia scene for over two decades, so it’s only fitting that this classic steakhouse mixes up a seasonal cocktail designed with holiday classic The Nutcracker in mind. Enjoy a pre- or post- performance cocktail in this elegant and handsome bar tucked inside the landmark Hyatt at The Bellevue on Broad Street.
CH Distillery is proud to say they are “made in Illinois, distilled in Chicago” with local grains that are processed to make small batch vodka, gin and other spirits. At the West Loop location, guests can sit down and enjoy a housemade drink at the cocktail bar and order small plates; group tours are provided as well. This recipe was developed by Food and Beverage Director Krissy Schutte.
Ceres’ Table is back! After shutting the doors to its Andersonville location, the four-time Bib Gourmand Italian-style restaurant announced a new location in east Lakeview, which opened in May. The new property features regional, Italianinspired seasonal plates at affordable prices, plus an Italian-focused wine list and comprehensive craft cocktail program with drinks like this tasty Piscopo.
Pearl Tavern, a seafood restaurant and oyster bar on the Chicago River, opened to the public in January, adding another option to the Loop’s dining district with an exceptional menu from under the sea, including drinks like the Angry Mermaid.
-1.5 oz. Mezcal Vida
-.75 oz. St. Germain
-.25 oz. habanero syrup
-.75 oz. freshly squeezed lime juice
-1 habanero pepper
1. Add all ingredients into a shaker and then add ice.
3. Strain into a coupe glass.
One of the most talked about corporate team-building events of 2013 was the Chi-Town Scrounge, designed by Corporate Event Interactive for the annual joint meeting of the local chapters of International Special Events Society (ISES) and National Association for Catering Executives (NACE).
Kanela Breakfast Club in Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood recently received its liquor license and, to celebrate, it’s introducing a special cocktail menu, including this delicious and tempting Spicy Politician.
- 2 oz. Absolut Peppar
- 4.5 oz. bloody mary mix
- 3 dashes Worcestershire sauce
- 2 dashes Tabasco hot sauce and Sriracha hot sauce
- Dash of celery bitters
- 1/4 oz. lime juice and splash of olive juice
From modest beginnings to a highly successful event production company, Red Frog Events has made many giant leaps by always being creative.
Sometimes you want to take a break from wine and enjoy a cocktail at home, one a little more complex than, say, rum and coke or scotch and soda. Until now, our choices were using a store-bought mix loaded with artificial ingredients or assembling liqueurs, bitters, herbs- fretting over what you don’t have- and wondering what you did with your muddler (or even what that is).
Signature Drink- MK's Anniversary Cocktail