7 New Cocktails To Try This Fall Season

RandoLists, RandoMiami, RandoFoodKaty CoffieldComment

What will you be sipping on this fall season? Here are a few cocktails that you can either drink with your girls on a GNO, or maybe you just want to brunch it up.

Living Room and Whiskey Blue
401 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

If you’re looking for something bold and bubbly, then the Old Cuban will hit the spot. Featuring mint, lime and ginger, this drink is topped off with a Domaine Chandon float for a perfect pop. A take on an old favorite, the New Fashioned doesn’t stray far from its predecessor, but mixes things up with tequila. Not to worry—bitters and your favorite citrus garnishes still included. Let your days turn into Brooklyn Nights with this smooth cocktail. With complementing Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey and Flor de Cana 7 Rum, notes of lime, honey and Angostura bitters finish off this mix for a drink that’s sure to please your palate.
If you’re daring enough to try these out on your own, see the recipes below.
Old Cuban
Muddle mint
1.5oz Bacardi Rum
½ oz lime juice
½ oz simple syrup
2 dashes Angostura bitters
Shake. Coupe.
1.5oz Domaine Chandon float.
New Fashioned
2oz Casamigos Anejo Tequila
1tsp Demerara sugar
2 dashes Angostura bitters
2 dashes Regans orange bitters
Stir. Pour over ice. Garnish with one orange peel and one lemon peel.
Brooklyn Nights
1.5oz Tullamore Dew Whiskey
½ oz Flor de Cana 7 Rum
¾ oz lime juice
¾ oz honey/water mix
2 dashes Angostura bitters
Shake. Pour over ice. Garnish with lemon peel.

Apothecary 330
330 Himmarshee St #101 | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

This is a hidden gem inside of Ft. Lauderdale’s newest restaurant, PizzaCraft. You have to walk towards the back of the restaurant where you are taken back to a prohibition style bar. Here they are serving up classic cocktails from the Prohibition Era, but with a twist. My personal favorite is the NY Sour. Try it, you’ll love it.

Nikki Beach
1 Ocean Dr. | Miami Beach, FL 33139

On November 8th Nikki Beach unveiled it’s new Bloody Mary Bar, now available exclusively during Nikki Beach’s famous Sunday Brunch. You will be able to sip on more than fourteen different varieties of Bloody Mary's for $8 each, including The BLT Mary (Nikki's handcrafted Bloody Mary mix brewed with mouthwatering bacon and poured over vodka and garnished cherry tomatoes, a Romaine leaf, crispy bacon and fresh lemon), The Japanese Mary (Blazing Wasabi, fish sauce and rice wine vinegar infused Bloody Mary mix served with Tyku Sake and garnished with pickled ginger, Wakami salad and a sprig of scallion), fresh Oyster Shots and many more.