Slideshow: All of the Cocktails at Parm, NYC

Amaretto Sour
Amaretto Sour
Instead of using the typical Disaronno, they make this with a higher-quality Luxardo Amaretto, which has a fresh almond pastry smell and buttery sweetness but doesn't trespass into marzipan headache zone. Lemon juice brightens up the almond liqueur, and a foamy layer of egg whites on top. The final touch: spritzing the coupette glass rim with bitters from Bitters Old Men from a spray bottle.
Beet Negroni
Beet Negroni
Beet enthusiasts should be real excited for this one. Gin gets infused with beets in cryovac bags to develop a robust beet-iness. Sweet vermouth rounds out the already sweet profile of the beet juice, plus Campari for a slight bitterness, which also deepens the red color.
Chinatown Sling
Chinatown Sling
In the words of low-tolerance-drinker Ed Levine, "you could get plowed on this." It's firmly in the doesn't-taste-like-alcohol camp. Tea-infused gin, sweet cherry, and Aperol to cut it with bitter orange flavors. Served with a straw and a fat lemon wedge.
Black Olive Martini
Black Olive Martini
Emphasis on dirty. Dry, juniper-forward Blue Coat Gin and salty, briny Dirty Sue Olive Juice. A trio of skewered black olives hangs out on the side. Why black? "It's our nod to the Little Italy neighborhood," said the bartender.
Mulberry Project
Mulberry Project
Another "Ed cocktail." (Translation: doesn't taste that boozy, yet we all know it is.) Contains both white and dark rum (they use the spiced Sailor Jerry) with a housemade mulberry jam. Tangy, pink-sweet, rummy.
Hot Cider
Hot Cider
Applejack with upstate New York cider and fresh-whipped cream dolloped on top that melts into the spiced, boozy cider.
Bloody B&G Mary
Bloody B&G Mary
It's not listed on the menu, but they've been known to make these in the morning. B&G brand olives and picked peppers from the yellow-lidded jars are skewered, siting in a tall glass of tomato juice spiked with Sriracha, sambal, and fresh horseradish.