The Machu Peachu is the Wrecking Bar Brewpubs Southern take on a Peruvian Pisco Sour. With the addition of peach and apricot nectars and apricot brandy to the classic ingredients, this drink is perfect for us classy folks down South. Impress your friends by making it at your next party/hoe down/shindig: 
Machu Peachu+ 1 1/2 oz Porton Pisco+ 1/2 oz Peach nectar+ 1/2 oz Apricot nectar+ 1/2 oz Apricot brandy+ 3/4 oz Lemon juice+ 1 spoon bar sugar+ 1 egg white
Dry shake all ingredients to start the meringue. Fill shaker with ice and shake well, strain into a champagne glass. Top with 2 dashes Angostura and 2 dashes peach bitters. Use stir stick to swirl in bitters for effect.
Photo credit: Lush Lady

The Machu Peachu is the Wrecking Bar Brewpubs Southern take on a Peruvian Pisco Sour. With the addition of peach and apricot nectars and apricot brandy to the classic ingredients, this drink is perfect for us classy folks down South. Impress your friends by making it at your next party/hoe down/shindig: 

Machu Peachu
+ 1 1/2 oz Porton Pisco
+ 1/2 oz Peach nectar
+ 1/2 oz Apricot nectar
+ 1/2 oz Apricot brandy
+ 3/4 oz Lemon juice
+ 1 spoon bar sugar
+ 1 egg white

Dry shake all ingredients to start the meringue. Fill shaker with ice and shake well, strain into a champagne glass. Top with 2 dashes Angostura and 2 dashes peach bitters. Use stir stick to swirl in bitters for effect.

Photo credit: Lush Lady


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Aug 11
7:00 pm
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I found a gem of a pub today on 3rd Ave between 55th & 56th. Across from the more popular P.J. Clarke’s, Pig n Whistle stocked a full bar with a variety of house drink specials and a friendly bar area. Because it was Sunday Funday, I allowed myself a good sampling of the bartender’s menu:
the Bloody Mary was pretty decent, heavy on the horseradish which works for me
the Blue Cosmopolitan was weak, tasting more like cherry Koolaid than a cosmo
their Apple Pop was delicious for a lady, made with apple liquer, cranberry juice and white wine
the best was their perfectly mixed Bailey’s Coffee which had me out the door with a smile.
This place is going to become a new part of our weekend routine, as 4 mixed drinks and 2 20 oz. beers came to a total of $35. In NYC, that’s unheard of. The bartender was nice.. and Irish to boot. Pig n whistle = solid afforable pub. 
For two: $35 + tip

I found a gem of a pub today on 3rd Ave between 55th & 56th. Across from the more popular P.J. Clarke’s, Pig n Whistle stocked a full bar with a variety of house drink specials and a friendly bar area. Because it was Sunday Funday, I allowed myself a good sampling of the bartender’s menu:

  • the Bloody Mary was pretty decent, heavy on the horseradish which works for me
  • the Blue Cosmopolitan was weak, tasting more like cherry Koolaid than a cosmo
  • their Apple Pop was delicious for a lady, made with apple liquer, cranberry juice and white wine
  • the best was their perfectly mixed Bailey’s Coffee which had me out the door with a smile.

This place is going to become a new part of our weekend routine, as 4 mixed drinks and 2 20 oz. beers came to a total of $35. In NYC, that’s unheard of. The bartender was nice.. and Irish to boot. Pig n whistle = solid afforable pub. 

For two: $35 + tip


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Jan 30
6:22 pm
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