The Museum of the American Cocktail
World Cocktail Week World Cocktail Week 2009
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Naga, the bar at Chantanee Thai

Chantanee Thai's Naga Cocktail Lounge - May 7th
601 108th Ave NE, Suite 100
Bellevue, WA 98004
Chantanee.com
Contact: Andrew Bohrer 206-321-5109
On Thursday May 7th, all day, the Naga Cocktail Lounge will offer a $30 cocktail flight with matching Thai style small food plates. The flight begins with a bourbon based house cocktail the "Ueno San," ends with another house cocktail: the gin and ginger based "Dragonfly Julep" and in the middle, where gin and bourbon meet, a modern interpretation on the tiki classic: the "Suffering Bastard." Food will include miang kam, house made Esan sausage and Thai "moonshine" marinated chicken. This is our celebration for World Cocktail Week and to make others aware of the good work of The Museum of the American Cocktail. If you are too worried about drinking on a week night, please let this possibly true fact persuade you otherwise: Scientists have no way of knowing but suspect that it is possible for dozens of people's lives to be improved by moderate cocktail consumption. The cocktail flight will be available all day, including happy hour. The Naga Cocktail Lounge hope to see you on May 7th to raise cocktail awareness and raise a glass with a mighty "Hu-zah!"
Featuring: Makers Mark, Plymouth Gin, Domaine de Canton, Kold Draft

at Naga on

Thursday May 7th

A Celebration for World Cocktail Week with

The Museum of the American Cocktail

 

 

$30 cocktail flight with matching
Thai small food plates

 

Ueno San

, Lillet Blanc, Carpano Antica and peach bitters, served on the rock with an orange zest. Too strong? We can soften it with a little fresh peach.

Served with a fresh salad roll

 

Suffering Bastard

, , fresh lime, house made ginger beer, float of Galiano served on the rocks in a tiki mug. The addition of the Galliano is a tribute to the second best cocktail name, the Havey Wallbanger.

Served with Thai spiced hot wings

 

Dragonfly Julep

, , fresh lime, muddled sage, and Laphroaig Cask Strength, served over crushed ice. Please be careful, ancients believe sage aided in fertility.

Served with House made Esan Sausage

 

If you are too worried about drinking on a week night, please let this possible true fact persuade you otherwise:

Scientists have no way of knowing, but suspect that it is possible for dozens of peoples lives to be improved by moderate cocktail consumption. The cocktail flight will be available all day, including happy hour.

The Naga Cocktail Lounge hopes to see you on May 7th to raise cocktail awareness and raise a glass with a mighty "Hu-Zah!"

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Pernod Ricard USA The Perfect Pureé of Napa Valley

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