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At this rooftop and terrace bar and restaurant on the Hudson in Jersey City, don’t order a manhattan; just drink in the view.
These are the Big Boy Cozy Cocktails that a Husky Man would drink by his prototypical fireside: an old fashioned, a manhattan, a boulevardier.
Most classic cocktails — the martini, manhattan, daiquiri, old fashioned, Rob Roy, margarita, and gin and tonic — do not require more than three ingredients.
Still, the drink, a perfect manhattan, was accepted, and the two talked about their shared interest in design.
Get a glass of that, or any of the high-wire-act cocktails that always, beguilingly, seem to work—a mole mezcal manhattan; a mushroom old-fashioned; drinks with kale or celery juice—and then head outside to the expansive courtyard.
The cocktail list will focus on classics like the Negroni, the manhattan and the old-fashioned, and variations on those drinks.
Get a glass of that, or any of the high-wire-act cocktails that always, beguilingly, seem to work—a mole mezcal manhattan; a mushroom old-fashioned; drinks with kale or celery juice—
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Manhattaniteplay \-ˌīt\ noun
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