Fall 2015 Drink Roundup

Say goodbye to fall flavors as we look back at all of our delicious drinks of the week from the autumn months.

September 23: Pomegranate Martini from 5 West Pub
The Pomegranate Martini is a citrusy blend of sweet and sour, made with Absolut Citron, Triple Sec, pomegranate juice and 5 West Pub’s homemade lemonade. Served in a chilled martini glass with a lemon wedge garnish, every sip is full of flavor.

September 30: Bungalow No. 7 Punch from Coastal Blue at Icona Diamond Beach
Bursting with fruity flavor, Bungalow No. 7 Punch is one of Coastal Blue’s most popular drinks. It’s made with a mix of four Cruzan rums – pineapple, mango, coconut and light – pineapple juice, orange juice and grapefruit juice, and garnished with a juicy orange wedge.

October 7: Orange Peach Martini from the Bay Club
The Orange Peach Martini is a juicy drink made with Stoli Orange Vodka, triple sec, mango schnapps and peach schnapps, and garnished with an orange wedge to match the drink’s neon orange color. The sweet mango flavor with a hint of orange is a flavor you can’t resist.

October 14: Cherry Pie Martini from Owen’s Pub
Indulge in the Cherry Pie Martini, made with cherry vodka, vanilla vodka, lime juice and Sprite, and two plump cocktail cherries on a sword pick as a garnish. Embrace your sweet tooth, because every sip will have you thinking you are biting right into a cherry pie.

October 21: Dogtooth Iced Tea from Dogtooth Bar and Grill
Dogtooth Iced Tea is a sweet combination of Cruzan Mango Rum, vodka, triple sec, grenadine, pineapple juice and cranberry juice. The finishing touch of a cherry and orange wedge garnish reflects the bright, warm colors of the drink.

October 28: Caramel Appletini from Westy’s Irish Pub
The Caramel Appletini is the perfect grown-up Halloween treat, made with butterscotch schnapps, apple pucker and vodka, and garnished with two caramel squares for an extra treat. It’s the perfect fall flavor – sweet, creamy caramel with a hint of crisp green apple.

November 4: Pumpkin Pie Martini from Harbor View Restaurant
Just three ingredients are what make the Pumpkin Pie Martini so irresistible: Stoli Vanil vodka, RumChata and Harbor View’s homemade pumpkin spice syrup. Garnished with a crunchy graham cracker rim, milky whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon, the Pumpkin Pie Martini will surely have you dreaming about Thanksgiving dinner (or dessert).

November 11: Sunset Tini from Two Mile Restaurant and Bar
Bursting with sweet pineapple flavor, the Sunset Tini is made with pineapple rum, vanilla vodka, pineapple juice, a dash of grenadine and a cherry garnish. It’s cool and refreshing flavor will send you right back to summer memories.

November 18: Passion Fruit Bay Breeze from Casey’s on Third
The Passion Fruit Bay Breeze is made with four different flavors of Cruzan Rum – mango, coconut, vanilla and banana – plus pineapple and cranberry juices. Lemon, lime and cherry garnishes make this sensationally sweet drink pleasing to the eye and irresistible to the taste buds.

November 25: Vanilla Espresso Martini from the Boiler Room at Congress Hall
The Vanilla Espresso Martini tastes just like an espresso, with a bit of a kick! The creamy combination of Vanilla Absolut, Kaluha, chilled espresso, whipped cream and a cinnamon sprinkle creates a subtly sweet yet bold taste that will have your taste buds wanting more.

December 2: Hot Spiked Cider from Rio Station
Hot Spiked Cider is made with Fireball, Sour Apple Pucker, Laird’s AppleJack Brandy and hot apple cider. Garnished with an apple slice, a cinnamon stick, whipped cream and cinnamon, this drink will be sure to hit the spot on those soon-to-come cold winter days.

December 9: Peppermintini from Tuckahoe Inn
The Peppermintini tastes just like Christmas! Made with vanilla vodka, green crème de menthe, white crème de cacao and a splash of grenadine, this martini is the perfect mix of cool mint and sweet vanilla. We love the fact that it resembles an upside-down Christmas tree!

December 16: Parade Punch from Mad Batter
When you think of Christmas, you don’t always think of pineapple juice, but that’s one of many ingredients in Parade Punch. The cocktail is also made with brandy, light and dark rum, lemon juice, aperol, house-made grenadine, club soda, bitters and the garnishes that make it festive, nutmeg and a brandied cherry.

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