Perry's Steakhouse & Grille in Oak Park (5 Oakbrook Court; (630) 571-1808) is preparing for St. Patrick's Day in a different way -- with an eye-opening twist on a time-honored favorite, the old fashioned. A most clever use of Jameson's beer barrel-aged whiskey, the cocktail that was born for the St. Patrick's Day holiday.
The Jameson Mocha Old Fashioned ($15), with Jameson's Caskmates Irish Whiskey, house-made coffee syrup and Bittermens mole bitters, provides a slight caffeine hit and a definite buzz, the perfect combination to kick-start your St. Paddy's Day festivities.
Also new to the Perry's cocktail menu is the PassionNut for Port ($15), which mixes Fonseca Bin27 Port with DonQ Coconut Rum, Passion Fruit puree and fresh pressed lemon juice, giving Chicagoans a fresh and robust tropical escape -- without leaving Oak Brook. The PassionNut for Port pairs beautifully with Perry's Beef & Bleu ($13.95) for a mouthwatering balance of sweet and savory.
Another new cocktail, the Rosé Collins ($15), delivers a light and invigorating experience. This wine-based cocktail mixes Botanist Gin with Rosé wine and fresh lemon juice. Perry's suggests enjoying the Rosé Collins alongside its Bacon Wrapped Scallops ($19.95).
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About Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
Perry's Steakhouse & Grille has earned a faithful following by perfecting prime since 1979. Beginning as a small butcher shop, Perry's has grown into a renowned group of award-winning restaurants featuring USDA Prime beef, tableside carvings, signature selections, flaming desserts and handcrafted cocktails at its Bar 79. Specializing in a Rare and Well Done experience, Perry's currently operates 14 steakhouse locations in Chicago, Birmingham, Denver, and across Texas, as well as the two original butcher shops now known as Perry & Sons Market & Grille. For more information and updates on Perry's Steakhouse, please visit www.PerrysSteakhouse.com.
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