Big Bar / Los Feliz
“All I have been drinking, cocktail wise, at home are martinis. As a bonus, you can even make a big batch of this and add the correct amount of water to dilute the volume of the cocktail batch by 18% and throw it in a bottle in the fridge, so you don’t even have to stir over ice when you want a martini! Cheers and stay healthy!”
– Big Bar Beverage Manager Cari Hah
Tigermom Fifty-Fifty Martini
- 1.5 oz Sipsmith gin
- 1 oz Miro dry vermouth
- 0.5 oz Fino Sherry
- 2 drops Miracle Mile yuzu bitters
- Stir til 19% dilution and strain into a chilled coupe.
- light lemon twist over the top
- Olive optional!
Birds & Bees / Downtown Los Angeles
End of the Rainbow Cocktail – Something to look forward to at the end of all of this
- 2 oz Irish Whiskey (try Teeling Irish Whiskey. It’s worth every penny)
- .5 oz Lime Juice
- .75 oz Grapefruit Juice
- .5 oz Simple Syrup or Honey Syrup
- 3 mint stalks
Place the mint in a shaker tin and top with liquids
Add ice and shake hard for 15-20 seconds
Fill a rocks glass with ice
Fine strain out the mint pulp into the glass
Garnish with more mint and pretend you’re in a bar with friends and not stuck at home
Pretty Dirty / Eagle Rock
“We love making cocktails at home, but we have to consider what the average drinker has in their home bar – we’re lucky to be stoked up with the best spirits, bitters, vermouths, amari, sherry etc etc that we can find, but it isn’t all necessary. Here’s a recipes from our Vol 2 menu that anyone can make at home.”
– Tom (Owner, Pretty Dirty) and Liam (Bar Director, Pretty Dirty)
Pretty Dirty’s Whiskey Sour
Simple – The Dive Bar Whiskey Sour,
a name we have given to a whiskey sour served with no egg-white and on the rocks. This is definitely not a negative thing – some of our favorite nights out have been at dive bars drinking simple sours and if ever there was a time for a quick, well balanced and boozy sour, its now.
- 2oz bourbon (any will do buy 80-90 proof is preferred)
- ¾ lemon juice
- ¾ 1:1 simple syrup
Shake briefly with ice,
strain and serve.
Garnish with a maraschino cherry.
The Milky Way / Pico-Robertson, Los Angeles
Spicy Pineapple Mock-A-Rita
Spicy Pineapple Mock-A-Rita
- (1) Pineapple wedge
- (1) slice serrano Chili (no seeds)
- Fresh mint leaves in:
- .5 oz Lime Juice
- 2.0 oz Pineapple Juice
Shake all ingredients and strain into:
Tall glass with ice
Add splash of Sprite
Top with .5 oz Orange Simple Syrup
Sprig of Mint
These cocktail recipes sound absolutely sensational. I can’t wait to mix one up! The hard part is deciding which one to mix up first!
Which one do you want to try first?
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