September 23, 2016
September 22, 2016
The New Cuban, made with Gosling's Rum, vanilla syrup, lime, mint, bitters, and egg white
The For Mad Men Only, made with Mezcal Vida tequila, Campari, Thatcher's Cucumber, absinthe, and lemon bitters
Bar chef Chad Phillips prepares a drink
The Social Club's redecorated interior
The On The Ride, made with Four Roses Bourbon, St. Germain, Aperol, Bittermens Hopped Grapefruit Bitters, and lemon
There's much to discover at the newly remodeled Social Club inside the Surfcomber Hotel. In addition to the eclectic new décor, a new cocktail menu and revamped gastro-fare menu have been installed. Think a full sensory makeover, with Bahamian conch tacos and frothy Cuban rum cocktails served under bubble chandeliers. Bar chef Chad Phillips took a culinary approach to crafting the spot's fresh new cocktails. We're particularly intrigued by The New Cuban (above) and the 28 Days Later, made with four top-shelf rums, grapefruit, passion fruit, and grenadine. Phillips has also implemented a house barrel-aged bourbon program—but pours are limited, so it's first come, first serve. Those looking for a post-work watering hole can stop by The Social Club's daily "Punch the Clock" happy hour (5-8 p.m.), offering specials on Phillips' signature pisco punch, as well as $5 microbrews, wines, and bar bites.