What to Drink at Milk & Honey: A White Negroni
The drink: White Negroni
The bar: Milk & Honey, 134 Eldridge Street
The price: $16 ($12 for members)
The ingredients: Plymouth gin, Lillet Blanc, and Suze, over ice in a rocks glass.
The buzz ...
For those of us who crave the bitter, the Negroni is a go-to. Nearly impossible to screw up, its most important ingredient, Campari, gives it both its backbone and its shiny gloss -- like the exoskeleton of a classic cocktail crustacean. Few elixirs could stand in for this tart aperitif, but one that does so quite well is gentian-flavored Suze. Too bad it can only be obtained via illicit means in this country. At fearless, nefarious Milk & Honey, there's always a stash. So, until you can buy it legally in stores, make them your Suze middleman.
Have a restaurant tip or other food-related news? Send it to email@example.com.
Get the Food & Drink Newsletter
Our weekly guide to New York dining includes food news and reviews, as well as dining events and interviews with chefs and restaurant owners.
More Food & Drink News
- With League of Kitchens, Learn Home Cooking from Immigrants from Around the Globe
- This Week in Food: Fake Wine Talk, French Mustard and Pastry Pop-Up, and a Filipino Feast
- Best Weekend Food Events: Fare Share Friday, Perilla's Final Hour, and Late Night Oysters
- Newly Opened Lowlife Goes Highbrow on the Lower East Side