Signature Drink: Nova Nero

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The Hunt & Fish Club is a classic, yet contemporary steakhouse located in the heart of midtown Manhattan. It is open for lunch and dinner and shares traditional steakhouse menu items, as well as seafood dishes. In addition to their upstairs White Room, where guests can choose to have an elegant yet modern dining experience in a beautifully designed atmosphere, there is also the smaller Green Room (24 seated, 30 cocktails), with an arched skylight and self-watering living green wall, as well as the larger Blue Room (70 seated, 85 cocktails), wrapped in vibrant drapery of contemporary Roman Reliefs under a grand, mirrored ceiling with a private bar. The Main Dining Room accommodates around 120 people seated and about 200 for a cocktail reception. 

—2 oz. Woodford Bourbon
— 1 oz. Antica
—1/2 oz. Averna
—brandied cherries 

Stir the ingredients, then strain into a chilled martini glass. Finish with a brandied cherry

Courtesy of The Hunt & Fish Club

—1 oz. Suntory Japanese Whiskey 
—1 oz. Aperol 
—1 oz. Yuzu Juice 
—1 oz. Noilly Prat Sweet Vermouth 

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Mix and pour. Cheers!

Courtesy of The Asbury Hotel


— 2 oz. Queen’s Courage Old Tom Gin
— 3 dashes Aromatic Bitters (Hella Bitters is a good substitute however, use only two dashes)
— .25 oz. tonic syrup (Use Tomr’s or honey as a substitute)
— Orange Twist for Garnish

1. In a mixing glass or tin combine the gin, bitters and tonic syrup.
2. Add ice and stir until well chilled.
3. Pour into a well-chilled glass or over large ice cubes/whiskey stones if you have them.
4. Garnish with the peel of an orange.


Maritime Parc, located at the marina at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, is well known for its stunning views of Manhattan and its elegant food, but its cocktail list is really worth perusing. These drinks aren’t just delicious—most of the specialty cocktails are inspired by and named for famous shipwrecks off the coast of New Jersey or New York.

The Spanish steamer Vizcaya was headed for Havana on Nov. 1, 1890, when it collided with a coal schooner, Cornelius Hargrave. The wreck is located off the coast of New Jersey about 25 miles south of the Manasquan inlet.