Situated in the up-and-coming Collins Park area alongside the Bass Art Museum, Sweet Liberty offers guests world-class cocktails and creative American food. Conceived and operated by award-winning bartender John Lermayer and Dan Binkiewicz along with restaurateur David Martinez, Sweet Liberty brings an intelligent selection of food and drink from sophisticated to simple to downright delicious. Here is more information about Sweet Liberty :
According to Urban Daddy :
“Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company, a fetching little neighborhood hangout for whiling away the hours in the company of some really nice people and drinks, soft-open now in Miami Beach. John Lermayer of Regent Cocktail Club and Florida Room fame is in charge here. Nice. And he’s done a bang-up job outfitting the place with red vinyl booths, vintage-looking wallpaper and a neon sign that says Pursue Happiness. When you need a laid-back spot for unwinding after work. A Velvet Sideswipe with mezcal, spiced pineapple and Punt e Mes in front of the backlit bar will help with that. When a date mentions their affection for matcha and shellfish in a bun. Grab a booth, an order of mini lobster rolls and a round of the gin-crème-de-pêche-and-matcha-laced Collins Park. Done.”
According to New Times :
“Drinks are divided into house cocktails and classics. Although the bar menu has not been released, a sample menu of offerings during this past weekend’s friends-and-family trials included the “Vodka Drink,” made with vodka, passionfruit, sugar, pineapple, crème de menthe, and black salt ($12); the “Gin Drink,” made with gin, crème de peche, lemon juice, orange blossom, egg white, and matcha ($12); the “Rum Drink,” made with rum, lime, sugar, and Campari ($12); and the “Whiskey Drink,” with bourbon, spiced rum, coffee, and allspice. Classic libations include a Moscow mule, an Americano, an old-fashioned, a Tommy margarita, and an air mail. Sweet Liberty will also serve interpretations of classic American bar food, such as Maine lobster rolls. Sweet Liberty will be open daily from 4 p.m. to 5 a.m.” written by Laine Doss.
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