Most people have enjoyed a Shirley Temple or two as a child, but what if you want to upgrade it to an adult drink? Dirty Shirley's are the adult version of Shirley Temples and they are just as good, if not better. They still have that super sweet taste, and just a bit of nostalgia for those childhood days. Come in to Bar One and try one for your self!
A martini is one of the simplest yet versatile cocktails. Sounds confusing, we know. You can make a martini with gin or vodka, a dash of bitters or not, maybe some olive juice, and garnished with an olive or a lemon twist. A traditional martini however was a 2:1 ratio of gin and vermouth, garnished with an olive, and despite James Bond's popular line, a martini should always be stirred.
Happy Wine Down Wednesday! For this Wine Wednesday we wanted to talk about our fermented liquors, which are basically wines. Fermented liquors are alcohol which have gone through the fermentation process, but not the distilling process. Most hard liquors like vodkas and tequilas go through both, unlike beer, wine, and cider, which just undergo fermentation. You can however just ferment liquors as well. These fermented liquors are not as strong as distilled ones, but usually taste very similar, if not the same. Since they are only fermented, they are technically a wine. Here at Bar One we serve fermented liquors, and we think they taste great! Here are some of the liquors we sell and cocktails we make with them.
The coming of the new year has been celebrated for millennia in many different ways around the world. One popular way to celebrate around the world is to gather with friends and family for some good food and drinks! So join us this New Year's Eve for just that! We will be open regular hours, and will be hosting an open bar from 11 p.m. to midnight. Ring in the New Year with us and an open bar! Check out some of our delicious cocktails below so you can come prepared to party.
Sangria is a Spanish drink made with red wine, fruit, fruit juice, and brandy. Even though it was traditionally made with red wine, it can be made with white too. A lot of bars and restaurants will have both. Help us celebrate today by coming in for a glass of either our red or white sangria, or make some of your own!