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Downtown Austin's Best Cocktails
Whether you're an Austinite ready for a night out or just visiting, this article lists downtown's best drinks by base liquor (vodka, rum, tequila, etc.) Cheers!
Watermelon Martini at La Condesa (400 W. 2nd Street)
Let me just start by stating I'm a vodka lover who used to be allergic to watermelon. Now that I've outgrown the anaphylactic shock factor, I can't get enough of watermelon. So when I went to La Condesa for the first time for tequila flights, I promptly changed my order when I noticed the watermelon martini on the menu. It consists of St. Germain (elderflower liqueur), agave nector, and fresh watermelon juice. Greatest invention next to the EpiPen!
Bee's Knees at Peche (208 W. 4th Street)
For an establishment known for absinthe drinks, Peche sure can make a gin drinker grin. The Bee's Knees is as simple as it gets: gin, local honey, and lemon, which is perfect considering most of the gin connoisseurs I know want to actually taste their gin.
Militia Manhattan at Frank (407 Colorado Street)
Yeah, there's bacon in this one... Frank, a downtown hot spot known for the way they "pork" (that's not a joke; Frank has coined the term, meaning they'll wrap any of their specialty hot dogs in bacon and deep fry it) has put a southern spin on the Manhattan. They infuse Makers Mark with bacon, mix it with Dolin Vermouth (sweet and dry), and add a dash of bitters. The slice of bacon garnish could be used as a spoon, it's that thick and crisp.
Socks and Sandals Swizzle at Bar Congress (200 Congress Avenue)
More complex than I'd usually approve of (which is ironic considering this rum-based drink truly captures the "hey-mon" essence of the Caribbean), but amazing on the taste buds. Sock and Sandals is Bar Congress's house blend Jamaican rum mixed with Kronan Swedish Punsch (an aged sugarcane spirit that permeates notes of molasses, leather, and toffee). There's also ginger/hibiscus liqueur, a squeeze of honey, and the juices of a grapefruit and a lime in this tropical storm of a cocktail!
Paloma at Josephine House (1601 Waterston Street)
Here's my favorite example of a simple drink, mixed exceptionally well. All there is to this cocktail is Tapatio Silver, grapefruit juice, Topo Chico mineral water, and a sprinkle of sea salt (in the drink, not on the rim of the glass). Sipping on this drink reminds me: Why complicate a good thing? Less is blessed.