You can sip a $450 cocktail with gold leaf garnish at the Baccarat, New York


Top luxury hotels often boast of culinary richness through their multiple in-house restaurants. After all, most of these gastronomical hubs are run by Top chefs and experts from the F&B industry. One such premium hotel that is about to give popular cocktail bars a run for their money is the Baccarat Hotel in the heart of bustling New York.


The superior hotel is nestled in the very core of the city and is known for its deluxe services. A series of plush rooms and suites combined with tastefully done interiors is what defines the Baccarat and that that’s exactly what the property is enhancing upon with each passing day. Recently the hotel unveiled a divine Cocktail for its guests that is smooth, rich and shatteringly expensive as expected! Known as the Sidecar Royal, the drink combines the decadent Rémy Martin Louis XIII and Grand Marnier Quintessence with nothing but a tinge of lemon. The simple yet luxurious blend is then poured into Baccarat’s signature 24-karat-gold-painted Harcourt glass and garnished with gold leaf, before finally being dished out for guests.

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The $450 cocktail, served at the Les Boissons Bar can further be enjoyed with exotic nibblers such as Foie Gras, or an expertly curated cheese and charcuterie board. Early this month, we also gave you an in-depth review of the Barracat Hotel, New York. Surely enough, a stay at this opulent property is bound to surprise and spoil you all at once!

[Via:Robbreport]