The Bermuda Triangle at Lani Kai
525 Broome St.
New York, NY
Stepping into this Soho tiki bar is therapeutic in itself, but sip on this frothy mix of cachaca, coconut, sour kalamansii fruit and lychee juice ($13) and you’ll swear you feel an island breeze. Make it in time for happy hour (4 – 7 p.m., Mon-Fri) and this tropical treat is just $5.
Frozen Bourbon Berry Bramble at Tipsy Parson
165 9th Ave.
New York, NY
Senator’s Club Blended Whiskey, blueberries and lemon juice are blended to a sorbet-like consistency and served in a chilled silver julep cup, creating the ultimate Southern cooler. Each season, Tipsy Parson changes the flavors of its bourbon slushies, such as Concord grape and peach, and the boozy sipper never seems to go out of style.
Bourbon Street Milkshake at Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Ave.
This blended combination of bourbon, ice cream, milk and Nutella ($13.50) is as indulgent as the New Orleans street it’s named for. Served in a chilled sundae glass, this drink will appeal to the kid in you, much like the bowling alley itself. Pair the praline confection with the ultimate comfort food, Blue Ribbon fried chicken, and you may forget about bowling all together.
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Selena Ricks-Good writes about drinks and produces events as The Dizzy Fizz.