DIY Cocktail Bars



Hosting an intimate dinner or a backyard fête? Be sure not to spend the entire evening behind the bar. Inspired by some of the soon-to-open restaurants joining the mix at CoCoWalk, we’ve got tips that will make you the perfect host, drink in hand.

Whether your guests are into gin, like the Botanico Gin & Cookhouse Gin Mare G&T cocktail, prefer a signature Baja-inspired cocktail that will be on the menu at Rosarito MexSeafood and Grill or consider themselves sake sommeliers and crave the Japanese Bloody Mary from Sushi Garage, a DIY bar will please the crowd.

Your guests will have fun delving into mixology with all the do-it-yourself ingredients that will keep the drinks flowing – and get the party started.

 

It’s as easy as:

1). Set up an assortment of top-shelf liquors

along with mixers, garnishes, and ice.

2). Frame a few hand-written cocktail recipes,

that feature the ingredients you’ve provided.

3). Encourage your friends and family to craft

their own custom-made cocktails and mocktails.

 

All that’s left is the perfect toast. ¡Salud!




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