It's almost always time for cocktails. And it's cocktail hour, at least in some part of the world. At Niner Ichi Nana, cocktail hour is anytime you decide to come in for one of their craft cocktails.
Niner Ichi Nana's Manhattan (P 350/450) a refreshing blend of rye whiskey, sweet vermouth and Peychaud's bitters, just one of many signature craft cocktails to get you started...
The look and feel of Niner Ichi Nana brings back the classic and nostalgic vibe of cocktail bars from a bygone era, with a long bar and elegant, plush seating, just the place to unwind with some of Niner Ichi Nana's signature craft cocktails.
At the bar, you can get up close and see the bartenders perform their magic, whipping fresh craft cocktails. Bestsellers include classics like the Old-Fashioned, a personal favorite, the Whisky Sour and Manhattan. Or you can try some of Niner Ichi Nana's very own concoctions, like the Pink Blush, Wood Picks, Toddy, Guapurple, and Ponzu Mule. You can also ask for your very own customized bespoke cocktail, just talk to any of the bartenders and give them an idea of your taste preferences (check out my very own bespoke cocktail by Erwan Heusaff and his team at Niner Ichi Nana here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-hungry-hounds-freestyle-gastropub.html) for your very own signature cocktail.
Niner Ichi Nana's cool vibe and timeless elegance is just the perfect backdrop to enjoy your cocktail, whether at the bar or in any of the tables. Then, there's Chef Mikko Reyes' classic gastropub cuisine to pair with your favorite cocktails to complete your experience (see more on Chef Mikko's new freestyle gastropub menu at The Hungry Hound, traditional flavors with a cool, modern edge, here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-hungry-hounds-freestyle-gastropub.html).
Niner Ichi Nana's Old Fashioned, and my default go-to cocktail. The classic whiskey cocktail with bourbon, Angosturra bitters, and simple syrup garnished with an orange peel and a cherry. Just perfect.
And just in case you're wondering, the name "Niner Ichi Nana" refers to the phonetic designation of "917." Niner Ichi Nana is located at The Globe Tower, so the significance of the name becomes pretty obvious.
Make that one more cocktail? Absolutely.
Niner Ichi Nana and The Hungry Hound are located at the Ground Floor of The Globe Tower, 32nd Street corner 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, or call +63917-876-9999 for reservations.
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