Margaritas and Tacos, Whiskey Ice Cream and March Madness

Margaritas and Tacos

Now that it’s basically spring, it’s time to head to Empellón Cocina for Happy Hour and treat yo’ self to two-for-one Margaritas, $5 Mexicali and taco combo and more Mexican goodness.

A Night of Bourbon

Whether you love bourbon or just want to try something new, you won’t want to miss the Prohibition Craftshop happening at Gotham Wines & Liquors on March 20th. From 7-10 pm, guests will be treated to a complimentary tasting of authentic cocktails from the dry days in America with Old Forester, America’s first bottled bourbon. Sip on pours of 86 and 100-proof, 1870 Original Batch and 1897 Bottled in Bond Old Forester, or enjoy cocktails including Manhattans, Sazeracs and Old Fashioneds while The Manhattan Swing Orchestra with Joe Bonacci on acoustic guitar provide the soundtrack.

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I Scream, You Scream

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, you can sample a flight of Irish whiskey ice cream at OddFellows Ice Cream. For $10, you can sample three different boozy scoops including: Dead Rabbit Irish Coffee ice-cream made with Clontarf 1014 Irish Whiskey (modeled after Dale Degroff’s Irish Coffee served at award winning Dead Rabbit bar in lower Manhattan), Knappogue Castle 12yr single malt Irish Whiskey ice-cream and Little Boo Boo Bakery burnt Knappogue Castle 12yr marshmallow ice-cream.

Not into sweets? Pouring Ribbons is now serving Knappogue Castle single malt Irish whiskey flights featuring the 12yr,14yr and 16yr whiskies for $27 per 0.75 oz. The bar is also one of the only bars in the world serving Knappogue Castle 1951, one of the rarest Irish whiskeys in the world.

March Madness Tips Off

Gansevoort Park Avenue is the place to be for all the March Madness action. From March 17 through April 6, the Rooftop will be offering specials including $20 pitchers of beer plus $12 dozen wings and nachos or a March Madness Package, $30 for a pitcher plus nachos or wings. Score!

Sake Shots

Yes, a sake shot bar is a real thing, and KOA in the Flatiron District is now offering $5 hot or cold shots along with $1 oysters during the weekday Happy Hour. There is also $5 beer and $6 wine and cocktails plus a more extensive bar menu to soak up all the alcohol.

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