Monday, February 20, 2017

The Immigrant adds cocktails to its menu on 9th Street

The signage for cocktails arrived this afternoon outside The Immigrant, the low-key neighborhood bar at 341 E. Ninth St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue.

The Immigrant, which opened in 2009, started serving several cocktail choices last month to supplement the wine bar menu, according to owner Jason Corey.

The "immigrant themed" menu includes an Old School Manhattan, a Bee's Knees, a Green Juice Margarita and a Cuba Libre with Havana Club Rum, Corey said.

For now, the cocktails won't be served in the Tap Room, the extension that opened next door in 2013.

Thanks to Steven for the photos!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is good for Immigrant. Happy for them. Just beer and wine can feel very restrictive to customers, and even make them scratch their heads why? Of course it is smart to regulate full liquor licenses to make sure its not a world of $3 well shots, but good move by CB3, a place like this deserves to serve a proper negroni or old fashioned.