MRM @ the bar: A Night Inn Manhattan at Ho-Ho-Kus Inn

by Barbara Castiglia and Kevin Freibott1 Min Read

Originally constructed in 1796 and used as a parsonage, the Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern became a tavern in 1890 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Bergen County, N.J. landmark  features an updated classic American menu. 

Stayed tuned for our upcoming MRM Profile of the reincarnation of  Ho-Ho-Kus Inn + Tavern.

In this edition of MRM @ the bar, Caitlyn Ritz, Mixologist/Head Bartender at Ho-Ho-Kus Inn + Tavern takes you on A Night Inn Manhattan. 

A Night Inn Manhattan

.5 oz Sweet Vermouth 
 
.5 oz Croft Ruby Red Port 
 
.5 oz Meletti Amaro 
 
2.5 oz 1776 James E. Pepper Rye 
 
3 dash Angostura Bitters 

4 dash Orange Bitters 
 
Gently stir all ingredients with ice.
 
Strain into chilled glass.
 
Garnish with an orange peel or cherry. 

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