July 18, 2017
| August 2, 2012 | Food & Drink
The Captian Jack, made with rye whisky, St. Germain, ginger beer, lime
The La Tigresa, made with agave syrup, basil, and watermelon
Yuman Ribs with chili and caramel
The Marganegra, made with silver tequila, Crème Yvette, lime, and a purée of raspberry and blackberry
In time for the August influx of Hamptons daycationers, Navy Beach has revamped its cocktail menu and added some tasty new bites. For the new drinks, the waterfront haunt worked with St. Germain mixologist Philip Pepperdine. In addition to some simple concoctions using the luxe elderflower liqueur—like the Captain Jack (rye whisky, St. Germain, ginger beer, lime)—the new menu also boasts fruity cocktails that have just the right amount of sweetness.
Try the Marganegra, made with silver tequila, Crème Yvette (a red raspberry liqueur), lime, and a purée of raspberry and blackberry. For something even more refreshing, go for La Tigresa, which mixes vodka, agave syrup, basil, and watermelon. Both will match perfectly with new menu items that include the finger-licking Yuman Ribs with chili and caramel. 16 Navy Road, Montauk, 668-6868