We were invited to a blogger dinner to visit an old-time favorite, Horseradish Grill. This gem of a restaurant is nestled between Buckhead and Roswell in a cute bungalow that has character for days. The atmosphere is quaint and cozy with an ambiance that’s perfect for a romantic date or a business dinner. It’s versatile like that. It’s a farm to table restaurant, and there is also a small garden in the back of the restaurant with basil, mint, and many wonderful herbs. [Read more from AFBS member Stacy Johnson of SipDine.com]
Participants also had the opportunity to try the restaurant's signature cocktail the "Buckhead Bow Tie," a refreshing concoction being served at the bar that was once a quaint country store. The Buckhead Bow Tie is Horseradish Grill’s entry into the “Battle of the Bottles” sponsored by the Atlanta’s Visitor and Convention Bureau with the theme "What would Rhett Butler drink today?"
1.5 oz. Jack Daniel's® Tennessee Honey
.5 oz. Tuaca
.25 oz. agave nectar
1 oz. sour mix
.5 oz. club soda
1 sprig fresh chocolate mint
Crushed granulated sugar (for the rim)
In a cocktail shaker, combine Jack Daniel's® Honey, Tuaca, agave nectar and sour mix with ice and give a good shake to mix. Rim the an old-fashioned glass with granulated sugar, add ice and pour contents of shaker almost to full and add a splash of club soda. Garnish with fresh mint spring and Enjoy!