|Latitude's Wild Hibiscus Champagne Cocktail|
Latitude Food and Drink
Micah Willix (formerly of Ecco) has got a new place - Latitude. Check it out and don't miss the Wild Hibiscus champagne cocktail made with Hibiscus simple syrup, champagne, Bittermens Burlesque bitters, and garnished with preserved Hibiscus flower.
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Serpas True Food
True story, a friend once complained that the Serpas Sazerac didn't taste like it should. The waiter then told us with a totally straight face that the bartender invented it. Clearly there is a 1800s vampire working at Serpas. Ann Rice would be proud! Want to try one that mixologist Brandon Ley really did invent? Don't miss the effervescent hazy sunrise made with fresh orange juice, gin, sweet vermouth and Champagne.
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The signature Berries and Bubbles consists of Belvedere citrus vodka, marinated blackberries, housemade sour and Domain Chandon brut topped with dry ice for a light, smoky effect.
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4th & Swift
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