From whiskey sours to martini’s and gin-tastic evenings, the bartenders are serving us innovative cocktails that are nothing short of a visual and sensory treat. So, whether you’re looking to find your own signature cocktail or looking for inspiration to brew your own, we found the coolest, quirkiest the most luxurious cocktails bars in Delhi that mix passion and science in equal amounts to create magical concoctions, and a night worth remembering!
If you’re in search for an easy-going and relaxed evening while sipping on a delicious cocktail, SAZ- American Brasserie, nested in the heart of Sunder Nagar, New Delhi, is where you need to be. A cozy cocktail den this has been named after the New Orleans’s classic cocktail, Sazerac, the bar focuses on American classic concoction using a host of secret ingredients along with house blended alcohol. Shake things up this season as you try a tipple from their menu that offers a list of unparalleled cocktails. From elderflower cocktails to the revival of the green fairy (Absinthe) there’s something for everyone’s palate. Take the British Sazerac for instance made with London Dry Gin. Or the After dinner Sazerac with Bourboun & Coffee Liquor, and a House Sazerac made with Pass Code Only’s house blended whiskey. For the days when coffee doesn’t cut it, choose the Absinthe Frappe, or get the flavours of coffee, chocolate and cucumber in the Aqua Saz! Get in the weekend mood as you treat yourself to the A&A made using house apricot brandy, absinthe, lime and egg whites. The culture of enjoying a cocktail is meant to be fun and this venue is all about that - creating comfort for patron and letting the good times roll. Accompany your drinks with a gourmet food menu for an unforgettable experience.
Address: 1st floor, 21, New Khanna Market, Sundar Nagar, New Delhi - 110003.
SAZ - American Brasserie
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