Do you ever get annoyed with the bits of mint and lime pulp that get stuck in your teeth when drinking a mojito? This version solves the problem by straining the lime and rum-based drink through a tea strainer while adding a bit of complexity with a dash of bitters.
The Hawthorne is decorated to be comfortable, like sitting in your friend's living room. Nooks and couches take up the bulk of the space.
A "forgotten classic" and Prohibition-era favorite, the version Jackson serves is an adaptation from Seattle barman Jamie Boudreau. A martini with character, it combines Tanqueray gin (Jackson insists on it), Dolin vermouth, absinthe, crème de violette, and orange bitters.
Jackson Stirs The Dutch Oven
A Genever-based variant of an Old Fashioned.
The Dutch Oven
Created by bartender Katie Emerson, this variation of an Old Fashioned is made with barrel-aged Bols Genever and two types of bitters.
Another Living Space
During daylight hours, plenty of natural light reaches the roomy, comfortable couches and armchairs.
The Phil Collins
Part cucumber, part lime, and a bit of Yellow Chartruse, this Tom Collins variant created by Scott Marshall goes down easy. As Jackson says, "she's an easy lover..." He uses Square 1 Cucumber vodka, but you can muddle your own fresh cucumber if you prefer.
Jackson Strains a Paper Plane
A quattro-proportioned drink created by Sam Ross of New York's Little Branch. It got its name from M.I.A.'s song, which Ross was listening to when the drink was created.
The Paper Plane
Bourbon, Aperol, Nonino, and fresh lemon juice come together in equal proportions for a drink that's a little sweet, a little bitter, a little fresh, and a little too easy drinking for a deceptively strong drink.