Proof positive that Gettysburg isn’t just about the Civil War? The Dobbin House! Enjoy fine dining in the historic Dobbin House, built for Reverend Alexander Dobbin as a private residence in 1776. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Dobbin House is a colonial restaurant teeming with charm. Private parties are accommodated in the Abigail Adams ballroom.

INGREDIENTS:
—.5 oz. 151 Rum
—.5 oz. bar rum
—.5 oz. triple sec
—.5 oz. coffee liqueur
—.5 oz. sour mix
—.5 oz. lime juice
—.5 oz. grenadine

DIRECTIONS:
Shake serve in water glass with ice, garnish with fruit (orange and cherry).

INGREDIENTS:
• 1.5 oz Plantation 3 Stars rum
• .5 oz Aperol
• 1 oz pineapple juice
• .5 oz lemon juice
• .5 oz Orgeat
• 2 dashes Peychaud’s bitters

DIRECTIONS:
Shake and double strain into your favorite Tiki mug and add ice.

 

Courtesy of Bar Marco, Pittsburgh 

 

Allentown has a new luxury venue.

 

Tucked inside the first floor lobby of Le Méridien Philadelphia, aMuse has a sleek and sexy style (think a handsome bar, fireplace, chandeliers and black leather seating). Executive chef Jennifer Salhoff creates classic French dishes with a contemporary twist. It may be an intimate space but its cocktail list makes a big impression, especially when presented in smokescented glasses and luxe flasks. Signature cocktails look to a number of leading ladies, including Philadelphia’s own princess, Grace Kelly.