LILT Lounge is much more than a hotel bar

The bar

LILT Bar & Lounge at the Epic Hotel

The vibe

While LILT Bar & Lounge brings all the swank and sophistication you’d expect at your typical upscale Miami hotel bar, it has the personality of a locals-only cocktail den. Most of its patrons are people who live and work in bustling Brickell, and lead bartender Spencer Taliaferro knows almost everyone by name. What’s more, they love coaxing visitors out of their comfort zones – if you’re feeling adventurous, tell them what you don’t like to drink and they’ll take it as a challenge to change your mind.  

Something to sip

Made with St. Augustine Gin, Giffard Banane Du Brésil, lime juice, ginger syrup and elderflower tonic, Back To The Roots balances sweet and tart for a sunny, smooth and interesting finish.

Other sips

Helmed by LILT and EPIC’s Beverage Director Dean Feddaoui, the cocktail menu features a range of flavors to excite all kinds of palates. For something refreshing try the Take Me To Spain, made with Aviation Gin, ginger, grand poppy liqueur, lime, grapefruit and basil. For a classic with a twist try the Vesper Tonic, made with Ketel One Oranje, Lilet Blanc, Nolets Gin, house made tonic and ginger. For something truly unique, try a cocktail with one of LILT’s alcohol-infused ices, like The Good Stuff. Made with Templeton Rye whiskey, raw sugar, and Peychaud- and absinthe-infused ice, the drink develops a different character as the ice cube melts (getting stronger in the process). 

Take Me To Spain
The Good Stuff

Something to savor

LILT Lounge offers a tapas-style menu designed to be enjoyed alongside its cocktails. Try the light tuna poke or the lobster sliders if you’re in the mood for seafood. If you want to go traditional, order up a charcuterie board with LILT’s special jams and breads. 

Tuna Poke

 

 

Lobster Sliders

The deal

Every night from 6-8 p.m., enjoy LILT Lounge’s Cocktail Hour and Chef Wolfgang Birk’s daily selection of oysters for $1, glasses of Tattinger and Laurent Perrier for $10, infused ice and champagne cocktails and more. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays enjoy live music from 9 p.m. – midnight and Thursdays and Saturdays from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. 

The rest

270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami

The Recipe

Back To The Roots

1 ounce of St. Augustine Gin 

1 ounce of Giffard Banane Du Brésil 

1/2 ounce of lime juice 

1/2 ounce of ginger syrup

Top with 1 ounce of elderflower tonic 

Shake all ingredients (except the tonic) in a shaker with ice. Pour over new ice in a highball glass, top with elderflower tonic and garnish with lime peel

 

The featured restaurant provided the food and drinks for the purpose of this preview.

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