With the changing of the seasons, restaurants and bars across the country are introducing a bevy of new drinks to their cocktail menus. Among those providing new, Lushworthy options for their guests is Miami, Florida eatery, Red, The Steakhouse. Located on South Beach, the steakhouse boasts a new cocktail menu that “incorporates fresh and unique ingredients.”
Among the drinks featured on the new cocktail menu at Red, The Steakhouse is the Red “305,” which is made using Bombay Sapphire, fresh agave, orange bitters, strawberries, cucumbers, and is topped off with a Prosecco float. Yeah, I could go for about two of those bad boys right now.
In case you don’t plan on hitting the streets of South Beach anytime soon, you can find full recipes for Red, The Steakhouse’s boozy, new options below. Cheers!
2.0 oz Corzo Silver Tequila 1.0 oz Fresh Agave Splash of fresh Pineapple juice and Sprite
Muddled Pineapple & Cucumber
Muddle fresh fruit in a martini shaker. Add Corzo Silver Tequila, Pineapple Juice, Sprite and Agave to the same martini shaker. Shake well and pour over ice in a highball glass.
Red “305” (Pictured Above)
1.5 oz Bombay Sapphire 1.0 oz Fresh Agave Splash of Orange Bitters Fresh Strawberries & Cucumbers
Combine Gin, Agave, Bitters and fresh fruit in martini shaker. Shake well and strain over ice in a highball glass. Top with a Prosecco float to finish.
If you’re looking for a rich, decadent cocktail this season then look no further than Red The Steakhouse’s “Nut-tini.” The “Nut-tini” combines the richness of Dark Creme de Cacao, Baileys, and hazelnut liqueur Frangelico with that of vodka to create a martini that I’m sure both chocolate and nut lovers will be head over heels for. This really is a perfect holiday cocktail and at the same time it stands out a bit compared to your usual holiday mixed drink. If you happen to be in the Miami area you can of course get this cocktail at Red and if you’re not the drink recipe is below.
1 ounce Vodka
1 ounce Frangelico
1 ounce Baileys
½ ounce Dark Creme de Cacao
Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Strain into a martini glass and garnish with nutmeg.
If you’re going to have a one of a kind steak dinner at a place like South Beach’s Red The Steakhouse you really can’t pass on the cocktails. I mean, what’s a delicious meal without an even more delicious cocktail? Thankfully, Red has a number of cocktails to choose from including their seasonal “Pumpkin Cider.” Since spiked pumpkin cider is quite the standard holiday drink I was really impressed with how Red chose to make their drink stand out a bit with their use of both the roasted pumpkin cubes and ginger liquor. Creativity goes a long way in the world of cocktails and Red did a great job of adding a bit of uniqueness to their drink. And in case you can’t make it out to Red the recipe for their “Pumpkin Cider” is below.
4 oz warm apple cider .5 oz snap ginger liquor
1.5 oz Captain Morgan Spiced Rum
Combine all ingredients in a mug. Garnish with nutmeg and roasted pumpkin cubes.