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The cucumber martini at 150 Central Park is amazing.  Try it if you eat there.

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10 hours ago, AshleyDillo said:

The cucumber martini at 150 Central Park is amazing.  Try it if you eat there.

I agree 100% and you can try the lemon drop martini

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Other than the amazing cucumber-lemongrass martini made tableside at 150 Central Park, our group preferred the martinis at Trellis Bar and Rising Tide (if we could coordinate schedules with where it was).

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There is a "REAL" specialty martini that requires a "REAL" acquired taste. Most folks don't care for it. That is understandable.

For me, it's nectar in a chilled vessel known as the "Bluefish" Martini. Your portions of gin or vodka, vermouth or not, remains the same. This is when it gets luscious. Two Queen olives, pimento removed, are now stuffed. One olive gets gorged with bleu cheese, cut fresh from a Danish wedge. Nothing pre-stuffed. The second olive receives an oily anchovy filet, folded in half with a small portion hanging from the opening. The residue from both orbs will slicken the liquid, making it perhaps a version of the Dirty martini. If you are not a fan of the "stuffins'" this is definitely not for you. But if you like what the Bluefish is all about, you will garner so much respect in the Martini World that you may attain celebrity status. I love 'em!

 

Drink Responsibly. 

Edited by Spif Barwunkel
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James Bond martini which is featured in in the martini making class they offer.  Drink one of those and you'll be feelin fine...

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Trellis Bar or Rising Tide for traditional gin or vodka martini.

150 Central for the Cucumber.

All the rest are wasted of good ingredients :classic_tongue:

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