Here’s to Brunch!

Five must-try breakfast cocktails to make Sunday Funday even brighter.

 

 

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French 75

Menu pairings for this classic cocktail abound on Herbie’s brunch menu. Its bubbles go well with eggs and meats, but it’s also thirst-quenching enough to pair with breads or appetizers.

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First Light

As its name suggests, this “good morning” cocktail at Robust‘s Downtown location is a fresh and fruity wake-up call, with spiced rum, ginger liqueur, bitters, grapefruit juice and sparkling wine.

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Blood Orange Gin Fizz

Eau Bistro‘s spin on a Ramos Gin Fizz is made with Thatcher’s Blood Orange Liqueur and features heavy cream, egg white and Nolet’s gin.

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First Light

As its name suggests, this “good morning” cocktail at Robust‘s Downtown location is a fresh and fruity wake-up call, with spiced rum, ginger liqueur, bitters, grapefruit juice and sparkling wine.

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Corpse Reviver

This hangover cure, which traditionally includes gin, Lillet and absinthe, is rising to new heights. Pastaria pours a fine one.

Looking for food? Check out our brunch feature rounding up STL’s best.

 

Photo credit: Victoria Lafferty

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