September 23, 2016
September 22, 2016
The Florida Caña, made with Flor de Caña rum, Chambord, banana purée, and orange juice
The 18th and Collins Martini, made with Absolut Miami, blue curaçoa, mango purée, and a splash of pineapple juice
The New Fashion, made with Española tequila, St. Germain, simple syrup, orange juice, and a splash of soda water
Tucked away from the bustling streets of South Beach, the terrace bar at Vesper feels like a neighborhood secret. With just one bartender (charming, of course) the intimate watering hole seats ten, at most, and is perfect for a night of casual conversation, cocktails, and maybe some truffle fries. And if you want to light up a cigar, go right ahead.
When Vesper reopened its doors with a new menu and chef in October, it debuted five new signature cocktails by mixologist Teddy Collins. Imbued with tropical flavors that complement the bar’s nautical atmosphere, drinks pack fresh banana, mango, and lychee—but none are overly sweet. Here’s what’s on tap. 1801 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-341-1500