Caña Rum Bar
Upon first visit, one can feel a little disoriented trying to locate Caña Rum Bar. The entrance is in the back of a parking garage behind a small kiosk that could be mistaken for a valet stand. Membership is only $20 for the year and absolutely worth the investment, which allows you to bring along seven of your friends on any visit and unlocks the opportunity to attend rum tastings and other various spirited events. Grab a seat at the main bar to watch tropical concoctions come to life, or slink out to the back patio to get some fresh air while sitting in front of the fire.
This swanky restaurant and lounge sits on the quickly changing stretch of York Boulevard and offers quite the impressive cocktail program. You can’t go wrong with any of the libations listed on the menu, but we highly suggest ordering the bartender's choice, thanks to the spot's diverse collection of bitters and spirits. Sit back in a leather booth for a full-on feast or just partake in the spirited action at the bar. No matter your choice, make sure to sop up those divine drinks with a heavenly plate of ricotta dumplings.
Ebanos quietly opened its doors just a few weeks ago and has us flocking downtown. The menu focuses mostly on tequila and mezcal, but definitely makes a prominent nod to Prohibition-era spirits such as gin and whiskey. We suggest repping some downtown pride and ordering The Angelos Flight or kicking up the spice with The First Battle Of Tabasco, a jalapeño-infused shrub cocktail
One of the greatest (and oldest) tiki bars in our fair city, the Tonga Hut has been serving rum-tastic creations for 55 years in all it’s authentic Polynesian glory. With an expansive drink menu that even includes three kinds of Mai Tais, you’ll want to bring along a group to try a variety of sips while soaking up the tropical scene. Hawaiian shirts optional.