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Simon’s Bitter & Twisted is a great beginning point for our mixed drink crawl. Opened in 2014, it was the very first Arizona bar to amass an election for “Best American High Volume Cocktail Bar” at Tales of The Cocktail (informally called the “Oscars of bartending”).
Bitter & Twisted is found on the ground flooring of the historical 1924 Luhrs Building, developed in the Beaux Arts design by Trost & Trost, a Texas architectural company kept in mind for its landmark structures throughout the Southwest.
” The Arizona Prohibition workplace was housed in this structure,” states Simon. “Ironic, no?” According to Simon, as Prohibition officers put seized alcohol down the drains pipes, a resourceful janitor established collection diversions and offered the
It has high ceilings, initial windows, an old-fashioned bar
And talk you should, to choose what to consume from the facility’s abundant “Book o’ Cocktails,” along with what to consume from a yummy, Asian-inspired menu by chef Bob Tam. About the mixed drinks, though: Simon and his group of bartenders utilize filtered water; unique ice; fresh-squeezed (and, frequently, regional) juices; fresh fruits, herbs and veggies; and spirits– a few of them odd– from around the world.
Simon recommends a Negroni
I might drink
1 W Jefferson St.
( 602) 340-1924.
We meander to Valley Bar, the underground (actually– it’s in a basement) speakeasy that you get in through a street off Central Avenue and Monroe. It’s dark and cool down here and, for Simon, the bar acts as a reprieve from the pressures of work.
” To be completely truthful,” he states, “I similar to come down here, chill, be confidential, and have a beer or a Jameson.”.
Simon, however, motivates me to sample from Valley Bar’s mixed drink menu. It’s a tribute to Arizona Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, one of Valley Bar’s lots of recommendations– mixed drink and otherwise– to Arizona politics and history.
We enjoy our beverages in a part of the bar called the Rose Room, filled with political keepsakes and called in honor of Arizona’s very first female guv, Rose Mofford. Above the
130 N Central Ave (Entrance remains in a street behind the structure).
( 602) 368-3121.
While it’s simple to consider the
The bar shows some 150 premium rums from locations like Jamaica, Martinique
Mentioning garnishes, the little bar is ladened with unique garnishes– candied and fresh fruits, herbs, spices and more– set within snacking range. A little indication advises bar clients who may ponder fondling the food to keep their hands to themselves.
“Every as soon as in a while, I’ll get a rum and a stogie beverage and go outdoors to the bar’s secret garden in back for a smoke.” v( Yes, Rum Bar provides stogies, too.).
108 E Pierce St.
( 602) 267-1266.
Tough as it is to tear ourselves far from the rum-induced island environment, Simon and I head further north, this time getting on the light rail to Clever Koi, an Asian-influenced restaurant with a strong mixed drink program, thanks to chefs/foodists Joshua James, Nick Campisano and Jared Porter, who have deep roots in the Greater Phoenix cooking scene.
The dining establishment is contemporary and streamlined, with huge areas of glass and moody lighting. We park ourselves at the long bar, where Simon states, “This is among those mixed drink positions where they actually understand what they’re doing. The beverages are as crucial as the food.”.
The cooking area sends soft-shell crab, served with crispy fingerling potatoes, apples and smoked daikon. Roman, the bartender, guides me through the contemporary libations list (there is a throwback scorpion for 2 on the menu) towards the cool, fragrant strawberry-ness of a Guns + Rosé– vodka, vermouth, lemon juice,
Lovely as Clever Koi is, it is a Wednesday night, and Simon and I are invested after a night of spirit-sampling. We return on the light rail to Bitter & Twisted and bid each other excellent night. Simon still has a couple of hours of
I’ve gotten however a little taste of downtown Phoenix’s mixed drink culture,
4236 N Central Ave.
( 602) 222-3474.
Simon, however, motivates me to sample from Valley Bar’s mixed drink menu. It’s a tribute to Arizona Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, one of Valley Bar’s numerous referrals– mixed drink and otherwise– to Arizona politics and history. We enjoy our beverages in a part of the bar called the Rose Room, filled with political keepsakes and called in honor of Arizona’s very first lady guv, Rose Mofford. “Every when in a while, I’ll get a rum and a stogie beverage and go outdoors to the bar’s secret garden in back for a smoke. We park ourselves at the long bar, where Simon states, “This is one of those mixed drink positions where they truly understand what they’re doing.