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.
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
- Ali Farka – Avua Cachaca, Lime, Acai Berry Puree, Splash Aquavit
- Named after Ali Farka, the Blues guitarist from Africa who lived in Brazil most of his life and where the recipe’s inspiration comes from
- Preservation Hall – Mt Gay Black Barrel US Grant Blend Rum, Hennessy VS Cognac, Fonseca Ruby Port, Amaro Nonino, Orange and Peychaud’s Bitters
- Named after the famous music venue in the French Quarter of New Orleans