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  • Andrea Strong

Ghost Bar Brings Cocktails Home



There are many amazing bars doing to-go cocktails—in my neighborhood Alta Calidad, Leyenda, Clover Club, and HiHi Room are just a few. But what if you could get great, affordable, craft cocktails delivered? Now comes Ghost Bar, a brilliant online cocktail bar offering home-delivered craft cocktails through ghostbar.us, as well as Grubhub, Postmates, and HungryPanda.


The menu includes a wide range of fresh and lovely cocktails, included classics such as The Last Word and the Sazerac, and more creative inventions (the menu was developed by Lee Burger of Devon, Subject, and Butter & Scotch), like a fresh and juicy Dragon Fruit Daiquiri, and the Longest Island—a Baijiu-based drink that tastes like a glass of floral iced tea.

Ghost Bar comes to us from Ning (Amelie) Kang and Yishu He, owners and partners of the dry pot restaurant, MáLà Project. Amelie attended the Culinary Institute of America, where she developed a passion for cocktails. Prior to establishing the dry pot eateries in the city, she used to bartend at B Flat in Tribeca and an award-winning speakeasy in Beijing, called Apothecary, where she honed her mixology. "Making drinks at home, getting a few bottles of liquor, juicing, and preparing the ice...can be quite a commitment," she said. "We wanted to create a no-frills bar that can bring a drink to you when you need it, and it should take about the same time as Postmating groceries from a bodega. People don't need to go through the hassle of searching for the perfect cocktail on multiple restaurant websites anymore. Ghost Bar has a wide enough range to fix your cocktail cravings. It's a no-brainer solution." I agree.

Drink starts from $12 and delivery is available from 11:30am - 10pm daily. Ghost Bar has a limited delivery radius of 20th - 60th Street in Manhattan for now, but will expand to all Manhattan and the triborough area in the coming months. For more information, visit ghostbar.us, or follow @ghostbar.us.


Cheers!

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