It's time to shake things up.
At Red Herring, we’re doing our own thing. We are the region's only cocktail and coffee lounge. We strive to make you the best coffee, eats, and drinks. Care to join us?Eats Drinks
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Cheers to tonight and its unexpected twists.
|This cocktail was invented in Chicago before Prohibition and served at the Waldorf Astoria. It is one of the few cocktails with it's original in Chicago and sadly the true history has been lost.|
|This cocktail was originally invented at the American Bar in the Savoy hotel in 1925 by Ada Coleman. Ada invented the drink for Sir Charles Hawtrey who gave the drink it's name after downing the drink. He had asked for something with a bit of punch to it.|
|This hot punch has it's origins with colonial america. A rich blend of spices and dark rum is associated with winter and the holiday season.|
|This cocktail invented by the King of Cocktails Dale Degroff in the 1990's this cocktail combines the classic cobbler style of drink with a nearly Tiki approach.|
|A relative of the Manhattan and Brooklyn was invented by Enzo Errico of Milk & Honey in New York. The drink is named for a neighborhood in south Brooklyn that has cobblestone streets and Civil War era brick buildings.|
|Created in 1924 at Harry's Bar in Paris this cocktail as a rebuff to the American Prohibition of Alcohol. Named for those people who would undermine the laws of prohibition. This cocktail has been made over the years with both lemon and lime juice used interchangeably.|
|We may never know the origin of this cocktail, but some sources believe it to be a favorite of pre-prohibition Toronto. Ontario Province prohibited alcohol from 1916 to 1927. It is more plausable that the cocktail was invented in London at Vermeire's Bar and once porohibition ended in Canada they brought it back with them.|
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