I got sauced at Sauced! With a selection of house cocktails, and a full list of classics, there’s something for every taste. Check out the cocktail menu for yourself. My only beef with the bar is that the prices are a couple bucks too much. 
This is a Dixie Cup : Four Roses Bourbon, Red Rock Ginger Ale, Sugar Cane Syrup, Lime Twist. It’s a bourbon drink that goes down a little too easily. 

I got sauced at Sauced! With a selection of house cocktails, and a full list of classics, there’s something for every taste. Check out the cocktail menu for yourself. My only beef with the bar is that the prices are a couple bucks too much. 

This is a Dixie Cup : Four Roses Bourbon, Red Rock Ginger Ale, Sugar Cane Syrup, Lime Twist. It’s a bourbon drink that goes down a little too easily. 


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Mar 30
9:00 am
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Margarita + Corona = Margarona

Margarita + Corona = Margarona


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Feb 6
8:57 am
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How could I NOT order a cocktail called Amelie? A beautiful movie with a gorgeous soundtrack translates to a bright and dreamy libation at one of the best looking restaurants in New York City. This is the Amelie cocktail at Balthazar: Grey Goose Orange, canton ginger, Ginger Iced Tea, and citrus.
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How could I NOT order a cocktail called Amelie? A beautiful movie with a gorgeous soundtrack translates to a bright and dreamy libation at one of the best looking restaurants in New York City. This is the Amelie cocktail at Balthazar: Grey Goose Orange, canton ginger, Ginger Iced Tea, and citrus.

Photo credit: Lush Lady


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Dec 14
9:00 am
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Leone’s candy originals originated in Italy in 1857. This Absinthe candy is “from the original recipe of the distillers of Val de Travers, the symbolic liqueur of the Belle Époque is used to create an original product line that explores all the nuances of the Green Fairy’s “potion”.” Read more about this candy and many others at their website. 
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Leone’s candy originals originated in Italy in 1857. This Absinthe candy is “from the original recipe of the distillers of Val de Travers, the symbolic liqueur of the Belle Époque is used to create an original product line that explores all the nuances of the Green Fairy’s “potion”.” Read more about this candy and many others at their website

Photo credit: Lush Lady


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Sep 20
9:01 am
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A bichon frise at Ziba’s Wine Bar in Grant Park: grapefruit, mint, soda, vodka & elderflower.
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bichon frise at Ziba’s Wine Bar in Grant Park: grapefruit, mint, soda, vodka & elderflower.

Photo credit: Lush Lady

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Sep 6
9:06 am
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Nothing is better than having a margarita under a tree in your favorite park. I’m really looking forward to another Grant Park Festival. 
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Nothing is better than having a margarita under a tree in your favorite park. I’m really looking forward to another Grant Park Festival. 

Photo credit: Lush Lady


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Sep 2
10:00 am
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Don’t be bitter.
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Don’t be bitter.

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Aug 27
12:05 pm
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What does chili have to do with drinking, you ask? This is a Guiness Chili at Deckard’s in Atlanta. (Nice website design, by the way). This was the only food item I needed to order. I paired it with a Bloody Mary on Sunday morning, and was one happy lady.
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What does chili have to do with drinking, you ask? This is a Guiness Chili at Deckard’s in Atlanta. (Nice website design, by the way). This was the only food item I needed to order. I paired it with a Bloody Mary on Sunday morning, and was one happy lady.

Photo credit: Lush Lady


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Aug 22
9:00 am
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