Friday, August 12, 2011

Thinking of Drinking: Buddha Bar's Grey Goose Soiree

Summer is in full swing, and what better way to beat the heat than to sip Grey Goose Cocktails at one of DC's most fabulous up and coming restaurants.

Buddha Bar first opened in Paris in 1996 and quickly became a top restaurant not only in Paris, but in other major cities around the world including Dubai, Beirut, London, and now in our very own Washington, DC.

The restaurant is easily one of DC's new hot spots, and definitely a swanky restaurant to dine in elegance. Grey Goose cocktails were flowing at the DC Magazine event last Monday.

Grey Goose was featuring 3 new drinks using their 3 flavored vodkas; Mogul, French, and St. Tropez.

Mogul was made with Grey Goose L'Orange flavored vodka, cranberry juice, and a splash of orange juice.

Frenchy, my absolute favorite out of the three, was made with Grey Goose Pear flavored vodka, pineapple juice, and cranberry juice.

And the St. Tropez cocktail was made with Grey Goose Citron flavored vodka, and lemonade.

These are not only extremely refreshing, but the cocktails were delicious. Not too sweet, full of flavor, and very easy to sip on a hot summer day.

Buddha Bar provided an array of passed finger foods to enjoy as well including edamame, spring rolls, and beef skewers with wasabi dipping sauce.

DC's finest were in attendance, and it was a great way to unwind, relax, and mingle after a long day at work.

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