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    Lawrence Cisneros - Aug 3 2020

    The Best Cocktail and Food Pairings

    We love pairing our cocktails with a great meal. But we know it can be confusing to predict which combination will work best. Our most important tip: keep it simple and pair your cocktail with a cuisine or dish that matches its intensity and personality. Here’s some ideas to get you started.

    Classic Margarita 

    Don’t get us wrong – we love washing down tacos with a cold Margarita – but when we feel like mixing it up a bit, we turn to Thai food. The fresh-squeezed lime juice in the Margarita easily compliments the cuisine’s zesty dishes like papaya salads and curries.

    The Eastside 

    With a subtle charm, this gin-based cocktail does best with a meal of delicate flavors that won’t overpower. The blend of cucumber and mint is the perfect companion for an elegant sushi dinner or a picnic lunch of veggie sandwiches. 

    Bourbon Sour

    Juicy and tart, it’s bold enough to handle hearty burgers all of kinds – beef, veggie or even Impossible. Bonus points if it’s slathered with BBQ sauce which will nicely highlight the bourbon’s caramel undertones.

    Rum Punch

    This tropical, tiki-inspired cocktail was made for anything salty, from popcorn to fried seafood. We love leaning into the coconut notes in this drink and pairing it with a big batch of fried coconut shrimp. It’s fruity and refreshing, but not too sweet that it overwhelms the meal. 

    Ginger Drop

    Bright and sassy, the Ginger Drop has plenty of zing. We think it plays nicely with the herbaceous flavors of mint and cilantro often found Vietnamese cuisine. If you ask us, a Ginger Drop and a bánh mì sounds like a great Sunday at the park.