It’s safe to say that New York has a plenty of good restaurants. What can be hard to find is a dining option that is high end yet doesn’t break the bank. Going out for a good dinner should not cost a chunk of your rent. American Whiskey has launched a tasting series where they will work with different liquor brands to bring foodies an affordable and unique dining experience. The restaurant is home to both whiskey aficionados and curious amateurs with a spectacular collection of over 375 different globally sourced options. The 6,500 square foot restaurant is conveniently located one block from Madison Square Garden and brings a diverse crowd of people.
I will invited to their first tasting series which featured Patrón Tequila and Mexican food. We kicked off the evening with a Mexican City Blues made with the Roca Patrón Blanco. I loved this cocktail. Not only was it refreshing, it included on of my favorite aperitifs, Lillet Rouge.
Being born and raised in Texas, I’m picky about Mexican food. Finding good Mexican grub can be a struggle in the city. It was real treat to get authentic food during the tasting experience. Sometimes it’s best to just keep a meal simple. It works like a charm.
Our menu for the evening:
Guacamole and Salsa
Blue and White Corn Chips
Striped Bass Ceviche
Agave Lime Vinaigrette, Red Onion
Skirt Steak and Chicken Fajita
Mexican Flan and Churros