A NEW MILLENNIUM HITS MANHATTAN
THE GRAND HOTEL BAR INTRODUCES A BRAND NEW SERIES OF ARTISANAL CONCOCTIONS TO ITS ERAS OF NEW YORK MENU
Manhattan launches a collection of artisanal concoctions that pays homage to the rise of a global cocktail renaissance at the turn of a new century. Taking inspiration from social and cultural influences around New York City, each unique creation reflects the vibrant entertainment scene in the Big Apple.
Meyer’s Fizz ($24) is named after Daniel Meyer, the New York City restaurateur who founded cult burger chain Shake Shack. This refreshing, fizzy treat features a mix of Michter’s Sour Mash, vanilla yogurt milk punch, strawberry-infused Mancino Bianco vermouth, clarified lemon juice and soda, served with frozen cream and yogurt.
Paying tribute to The Sopranos, the television phenomenon that rocked the screens of countless New Yorkers, Bada Bing Bada Boom ($27) is a delicate concoction featuring Glenlivet 12 Years, Ruffino Chianti red wine, spice syrup and cherry tobacco bitters, accompanied with an aromatic chocolate cigar.
The Tiki Apostle ($28) is a true reflection of the tiki renaissance in the early 2000s, clad in a vibrant yellow served in a snifter glass. The concoction draws you in with seductive notes of Flor de Cana 12 Years, hazelnut liqueur, lime & mint syrup, Fallen Pony Empirical Spirits, pineapple, and champagne.
Reminiscing the bottle service era in New York City’s hottest nightclubs and the 50/50 Martini, No Vacancy ($25) features a blend of Fords Gin, Mancino Secco Vermouth, peach liqueur and orange bitters, served with condiments of olive, fresh apple, and a lemon twist on the side.
The Millennium collection will be available in the Eras of New York menu from 10 September 2019 onwards.