Cocktail Corner: Seasonal Spirits at the Good Bar

Posted on Dec 29 by Leslie Dinaberg

The Good Bar's "Pick Me Up Jalisco," courtesy photo.

The Good Bar’s “Pick Me Up Jalisco,” courtesy photo.

A spirited toast to all things alcoholic!  By Leslie Dinaberg

One of the best local places to hang out is the Good Bar, an intimate lounge in Goleta’s Goodland Hotel (5650 Calle Real) with cozy couches and chairs, a billiards table and backgammon boards.

Try one their new seasonal cocktails, like the Pick Me Up Jalisco (pictured above), which features Herradura Reposado Tequila, St. George Nola coffee liqueur, orgeat, cinnamon syrup and cold brew coffee topped with fresh whipped cream. Yum! 

Tequila not your cup of tea? Try Parkyour Car Don’t Drive, with Aviation Overproof Gin, St. George spiced pear liqueur and dolin blanc Vermouth, or the Copper Nail, made with Dewars Scotch, Grand Poppy Bitter Liqueur, Falernum (a sweet syrup used in Caribbean and tropical drinks) and plum bitters.

Happy Hour is Mon.-Fri. from 4-6 p.m. and Trivia Night Wednesdays start at 7 p.m. Check out this cool place and let us know what you think.

Cheers! Click here for more cocktail corner columns.

Leslie Dinaberg

When she’s not busy working as the editor of Santa Barbara SEASONS, Cocktail Corner author Leslie Dinaberg writes magazine articles, newspaper columns and grocery lists. When it comes to cocktails, Leslie considers herself a “goal-oriented drinker.”

 

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