Housed inside THE US GRANT, a Luxury Collection Hotel located in Downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, the Grant Grill offers fine dining at its best, with attentive service and classic touches of wood paneling, cream linens, and soft candlelight.
The large bar area is a perfect location for after-work relaxing or setting the mood for a great evening. Guests can enjoy live music playing regularly, and wonderful happy hours, while Executive Chef Mark Kropczynski highlights an ever-evolving menu with local produce, fresh seafood, and prime meats. Grant Grill
In the spirit of the holiday season, Grant Grill’s Chef de Bar, Cory Alberto is pleased to present his new seasonal winter cocktail menu – The Giving Tree.
Created in tandem with lead mixologist Jeff Josenhans’ new cider project to launch in early 2017, Cory Alberto takes advantage of all that nature has to offer this time of year, with The Giving Tree cocktail menu, also based off his favorite children’s book by legendary, Shel Silverstein. Each cocktail is inspired by a gift from trees including flavors from oak and apple trees, or smoke driven flavors from wood, bark, or fruit.
New additions to Grant Grill’s winter cocktail menu, The Giving Tree, showcase everything from cedar and blossom foam to flaming cinnamon sticks and more.
As the summer months come to a close, Grant Grill has launched new dinner menu items to preview the flavors of fall. In addition, in turn with the change of season Chef de Bar, Cory Alberto is pleased to present his new seasonal cocktail menu – The Magnificent 7.
New additions to Grant Grill’s dinner menu include fowl, foie gras and more for fall from Executive Chef Mark Kropczynski. Highlight dishes include:
Heirloom tomatoes, cold poached Maine lobster, Bloody Mary gelee, and celery salt crisp
Foie gras torchon, black peppercorn brioche, and apricots
Roasted duck breast, dried fruit couscous, farmer’s market figs, brussel sprouts, complete with white balsamic
Just in time for summer, Grant Grill’s Chef de Bar, Cory Alberto has launched his newest seasonal cocktail menu curated with nautical intention. The menu spins off of traditional maritime tales, and includes distinctive coastal-inspired flavors and ingredients. Where better to enjoy cocktails like the new Star of India, infused with Old Harbor Navy Strength, then in the heart of San Diego, one of the largest port cities and Naval bases.
In honor of magician Harry Houdini’s birthday (he would have been 142 years old on March 24) the “magicians in the kitchen” at The Grant Grill are putting together a fun, magic-inspired pairing dinner on March 24th.
Cory Alberto will be pairing fun, mystic cocktails (plus wine) with a four-course mystery menu. Think fun molecular gastronomy ‘tricks’ and creative dishes that add a little ‘magic’ to dinner. Plus, a little table-side magic via magician Ben Silver!
6 PM : COCKTAIL RECEPTION
Molecular Mixology by Grant Grill Chef de Bar Cory Alberto
Sommelier Magic and Center Stage Illusions by Ben Silver Magic
7 PM : MARCH MAGIC DINNER
Four Course “Mystery Menu” designed around the element of surprise by Grant Grill Executive Chef Mark Kropczynski
An Unexpected Mix of Cocktails, Beer and Wines paired with each course
Table Side Entertainment – Parlor Magic and Mentalism by Ben Silver Magic
Pricing: $165 per person, plus tax and gratuity
Location: Grant Grill, 326 Broadway, San Diego, CA, 92101
Don’t stop for just your average cocktail, sip in style and try a new music-inspired menu of libations– created just in time for awards season.
Known for shaking up some of the nation’s best cocktails, the beverage team at Grant Grill knows how to surprise and delight with the launch of their new music-inspired cocktail menu by Chef de Bar, Cory Alberto’s favorite musicians. The menu titled, “Kind of Blue” draws flavors from Chicago Jazz musician, Howlin’ Wolf’s favorite things to the flavors of BB King’s southern roots.
Howlin’ Wolf – Johnny Walker Red, Cane Sugar, Chocolate and Angostura Bitters, Cigar Foam
Named after Cory’s favorite jazz musician, Howlin’ Wolf, Chicago blues singer and guitarist – bringing together two of his favorite things, scotch and cigars
Lady Ella – Remy Martin 1738, Crème Yvette, Rose Water, Tangerine, Prosecco
Named after Ella Fitzgerald’s piano player who’s sipped cocktails at Grant Grill
Lucille – Huckleberry Infused Dickel White Whiskey, Blue Curacao, Lemon, Honey, Egg White
Named after the most famous guitar of all time, BB King’s. The recipe pays homage to his Southern roots – moonshine, berries, and a dark purple/blue coloring
Wipeout– Mt Gay Black Barrel US Grant Blend Rum, El Silencio Mezcal, La Gitana Sherry, Tarragon Orgeat, Lime, Pineapple, Tiki Bitters, Splash Absinthe
Named after Dick Dale, the King of Surf Guitar. Drink is served is a tiki glass and set on fire