McCrady’s unveiled their new menu of pre-Prohibition-era cocktails at their swingin’ New Year’s Eve Party, but it wasn’t until February that they were made available to customers. The historically inspired drink menu includes offerings you won’t find anywhere else, like the Blood and Sand (Dewar’s Scotch Whisky, sweet vermouth, and brandied cherry juice), Pimm’s Cup (Pimm’s No. 1, fresh lime, ginger ale, and cucumber), and the Seelbach (Bulleit Bourbon, Louis Perdrier Brut, Cointreau, and Underberg). Pair them with the upscale Southern bar snacks they also recently introduced and you’ve got yourself one of the coolest happy hours in town.
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