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The name, however, is derived from the way the cocktail is stirred– with a traditional Caribbean swizzle stick.
Swizzles are the ideal summer drink — packed with ice, booze and a splash of Angostura bitters (concentrated alcohol infused with herbs, spices and other ingredients).
Drinks, of course, are also themed, like the Festivus swizzle, with gin and sherry, or Gene’s Pick, made with Cocchi Rosa, Gran Classico and gin.
There’s also a section called Summer Feet, a selection of frothy cold drinks similar to Bermuda’s rum swizzle.
At five years old, Nitehawk is the granddaddy of swizzle-stick cinema in the city.
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