I think that after 7-10 cocktails I would require hospitalization.
On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 8:14 AM, James Stuart <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Chicago is my favorite city to visit, and one of the reasons is the
> absolutely amazing food/drink scene, and at the head of that bar scene is
> Aviary, a bar which has a potential claim on the best cocktail bar in
> America, and at the very least, it's certainly the craziest.
> Fueled by a lot of fancy molecular gastronomy techniques, they make
> cocktails you pretty much couldn't get anywhere else in the world:
> Two main ways we can do that (which aren't exclusive):
> One is that we can just go some night for cocktails. They serve single
> cocktails and flights, as well as some food. It's tricky but not too
> difficult to get reservations (although they're only day-of), although for
> anything more than 6-8 people, it's nigh impossible. I think the best way
> is to just have a rough idea which day works, and which people might be
> interested, and then grab people and go when the mood strikes.
> Two is the crazier, awesomer approach. They have a tasting flight, either 7
> or 10 drinks long, with food all along the way. It's pricey ($125 / $165),
> and yes, that's really seven cocktails, but I think it'll be amazing. This,
> as far as I can tell, it is possible to get advance reservations for.
> So, I've created a little section on the social activities wiki. Add if
> you're interested!
The Cherry Hill Company