Contigo is a fine source for experimenting with Spanish and Portuguese wines, which the staff know well. Though a crisp, white Bodegas As Laxas from Rias Baixas ($9 glass; $23 carafe; $42 bottle) certainly paired well with my meal, the one I’d hunt down is recently added Vina Valoria Crianza, a 2004 white from Rioja (10 glass; $25 carafe; $48 bottle). Dry, with hints of honey, it startles with a mustard finish.
Yes, I may be mentioning Bourbon & Branch for the umpteenth time but their specials are so often winners, like Indian Summer (since we’re in ours): Rittenhouse Rye, orgeat, egg white, lemon, Angostura bitters, house-made cherry-based sherry, zest of lime.
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The club scene is not mine by a long stretch, but I had to stop in to brand new Eve at happy hour to try a cocktail menu put together by 15 Romolo’s Bon Vivants consulting service. I didn’t mind pin-up paintings and “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” playing on a double-sided screen. Though I didn’t leave with one stand-out favorite among drinks I tried ($10; $2 off at happy hour), it’s a consistently fine menu, and for club-goers, a classy step up. There’s surprisingly tropical Zona Rosa: Gran Centario Roseangel tequila with guava, lime, pink peppercorn and a splash of rose water. Ellie Mae is happy mix of rye whiskey and Georgia peach, accented by ginger syrup, lemon, peach bitters, and my favorite Bundaberg ginger beer.
Sierra Zimei at Four Seasons’ Seasons Bar is one of our city’s great mixologists and I pretty much trust any drink she makes. Though I’ve long appreciated the absinthe/champagne combo in a classic Death in the Afternoon, Sierra’s take, Passion & ‘Pagne ($14), contains fresh-squeezed, potent passion fruit puree and absinthe smoothly mixed with punch of crisp champagne in a generous wine glass. Wondrously balanced, it creeps up on you… seductively so.