Slideshow: First Look: Cocktails at Grace Gaelic Hospitality, NYC

Blind Abbott
Blind Abbott
Named after Grace’s brother-in-law and close ally, this cocktail is a “cold version of an Irish Coffee,” explains Danny McDonald. Created by Pam Wiznitzer, the drink combines cold coffee with Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey, Galliano Ristretto, cinnamon simple syrup, and Angostura bitters.
Clare Island
Clare Island
"This is somewhat of a play on an Old Fashioned, it follows that structure,” says Jane Elkins of this nightcap-style cocktail created by Lucinda Sterling. Named after the location of Grace’s Clew Bay headquarters (and her purported final resting place), this spirit-forward cocktail mixes Santa Teresa '1796' Solera-aged rum with Punt y Mes, Merlet pear liqueur, and a couple dashes of Brooklyn Bitters’ black mission fig bitters.
Greenwich Palace
Greenwich Palace
This gin drink was inspired by the location of Grace’s meeting with Queen Elizabeth I. “It’s a take on a Last Word—sour, strong, sweet,” says Jane Elkins. Here, creator Ivy Mix shakes Beefeater 24 gin with Green Chartreuse, lime juice, pineapple juice, simple syrup, and fresh sage leaves.
The Granny O’Malley
The Granny O’Malley
The sherry base of this play on a classic cobbler is a “tribute to Grace's Spanish reach—her affiliations and trade there,” says Danny McDonald. Created by bartender Lynn House, it is a “lighter-style cocktail, including fortified wine, a little sparkling, and a fruit component,” explains Elkins. The fortified wine in this case is nutty Oloroso sherry, which is shaken with a combination of PAMA pomegranate liqueur, Cava, simple syrup, and a slice each of lemon and orange.