4 South Florida Restaurants Serving Spring Cocktails You’ll Want To Try
Spring’s arrival brings invigorating ingredients together for fresh, new cocktails.
Godiva White Chocolate Peep-tini
Duffy’s Sports Grill blends Stoli vodka, Godiva white chocolate liqueur and fresh cream with a splash of agave and lemon zest for its festive cocktail. The best part? A marshmallow peep tops it off. Duffy’s Sports Grill, 1804 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale; 954.713.6363; duffysmvp.com
SuViche shakes Jasmine tea-infused vodka with lemon juice and honey, then adds seltzer and strains it all over fresh ice to craft the Jasmine Vine, a featured drink on the new cocktail menu. Garnished with a lemon wheel, this cocktail offers the best of both worlds in regard to tea and lemonade. SuViche, 401 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ste. 150, Fort Lauderdale; 954.656.3663; suviche.com
Not a Colada
Transport to a distant island at City Oyster & Sushi Bar. Made with coconut rum and orange liqueur, and shaken with pineapple juice, Not a Colada is a delightful way to cool off. City Oyster & Sushi Bar, 213 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 561.272.0220; cityoysterdelray.com
Bacardi 8 and fresh watermelon are blended together for Tap 42’s Boulevard Brewjito. Boulevard Tank 7 and mint pulls the cocktail together with a splash of beer syrup for a refreshing mix. Tap 42, 1411 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale; 954.463.4900 / 5050 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton; 561.235.5819; tap42.com