As we move closer to summer and as restaurants begin reopening their outdoor patios, you may be itching to enjoy a nice appetizer and cocktail while enjoying some beautiful waterfront views (well, aren’t we all?!) We have rounded up some of the best drinks that you must get to sipping in the coming months – trust us, these will truly quench your thirst!
South Shore: Tavern on the Wharf’s White Sangria in Plymouth, MA
For any sangria lovers – this one is for you! This White Sangria is mixed with New Amsterdam Peach vodka, pinot grigio, triple sec and pineapple juice, topped with Sprite, orange, lemon, lime and cherry. Anything involving pinot grigio is an automatic win, right?
Cape Cod & Islands: Del Mar Bistro’s Spring Blossom in Chatham, MA
Spring has sprung – why not celebrate with a good old themed drink? Del Mar Bistro’s Spring Blossom is mixed with Bombay Gin, fresh lemon juice, elderflower liquor as well as hibiscus syrup. How refreshing does that sound?!
South Coast: Captain Als Restaurant’s Cape Cod Cosmo in Wareham, MA
Sometimes you just need a good old-fashioned cosmopolitan – but with a twist! Captain Als Restaurant serves up a delicious Cape Cod Cosmo, mixed with Raspberry Vodka, cranberry juice, lime juice as well as triple sec. When in Cape Cod – drink accordingly!
West Bay & South County: Pancho O’Malley’s Traditional House Margarita in Narragansett, RI
If you find yourself at “the Irish pub with Mexican grub” then you must be sure to order one of their traditional house margaritas, which are sweet, tart and refreshing. There are a variety of flavors to choose from (you can’t go wrong with any!) including strawberry, cranberry, peach as well as pomegranate.
East Bay & Aquidneck Island: Diego’s Passion of Spice in Newport, RI
Diego’s is always a go-to if you’re looking for some of the best cocktails and the BEST Mexican food. Check out their Passion of Spice cocktail, mixed with Del Maguey Vida Mezcal, fresh passion fruit puree, habanero infused tequila, and house made sour and pineapple juice. While you’re at it, order a full pitcher (you’re going to want it!)