Austin >The Tigress Pub
I met Pam Pritchard three years ago during one of Tipsy Texan's cocktail classes, when she handed me her card with a picture of a black and white tiger on the front. "I'm starting a pub, but one where you order cocktails, not just beer," she explained. Just a few months later, I found it on North Loop: The Tigress, a tiny, best-kept-secret of a bar, where each drink costs $7 and packs a mighty punch (just like, I imagine, how a real tigress might). Try Brown Sugar Snow: Rye whiskey, Averna Amaro, lemon juice, and brown sugar syrup.
Such Good Drinks and Food.
I'm a sucker for delicious drinks. And tall men. But that's a different story. Except when it's the same. AAAANYway, this is truly the tiniest bar you'll ever go into. The size of an average college dorm room, there are seats for 10 and standing room for about 6 more but their drinks are nothin' but the biggest of booze and the toppest of shelves.
The Moscow Mule is the freshest thing this side of BelAir (sorry Prince!). Spicy, gingery, snap your senses awake and start that night off bright eyed and bushy tailed. Try the French 75 because champagne will never steer you wrong (and depending on how much you have, straight.) The Bees Knees goes down too easily with a touch of honey, lemon and gin.
There are so many more but the point here is that they're all $7. That's right. 12 cocktails at $7 each = making your way through the menu for a total of $84. That's some good math and some good booze.
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