Celebrate (or mourn) Game of Thrones’ final season at The US Grant
Gloomy about the looming end of Game of Thrones? With the final season debuting on Sunday, April 14, fans are likely celebrating its return while also mourning its anticipated finale. Why not pair those mixed emotions with a mixed drink at The US Grant?
Grant Grill, The US Grant hotel’s restaurant and bar, recently announced its latest Game of Thrones-themed cocktail menu, set to unveil on Thursday, April 11. Six themed drinks will dominate the menu, and each can be paired with Cersei’s Scottish Egg.
The minds behind the magic are Jeff Josenhans (Grant Grill’s Beverage Director) and Cory Alberto (Grant Grill’s Chef de Bar), who are known for other creative menus, such as the recent Gin & Juice collection inspired by West Coast hip-hop and Southern California’s collection of gins.
Though there is no set end date yet, the menu is confirmed to run through Comic-Con weekend in late July.
Here are the offerings sure to delight and unite fans around San Diego:
The Mother of Dragons: Nolet’s Silver, Sipsmith Lavender Sloe Gin, Bigallet Thyme Liqueur, Domaine Santé All-Sass Riesling Nectar, R&D Smoked Bitters and local citrus.
The King of the North: J.W. White Walker Scotch, Braulio Amaro and Dornish wine concentrate.
The White Walker: Helix Icelandic Vodka, Sambuca, Dolin Dry Vermouth and local citrus.
The Red Wedding: Slain Irish Whiskey, Domaine Santé Bored-O Rouge Cabernet Nectar, blood orange, chocolate bitters and Westeros Champagne.
The Three-Eyed Raven: Black Barrel Rum, Essos Madeira, kaffir lime, pineapple and coconut charcoal.
The Imp and the Mountain: Redemption Rye, Braavos Port Wine, Meereen honey and local citrus (The Imp); Highgarden Mead (The Mountain).
WHEN: Starting Thursday, April 11
WHERE: Grant Grill inside The US Grant hotel (326 Broadway, downtown)
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