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One of L.A.'s Hottest Bartenders Mixing Things Up at The Churchill

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Mia Sarazen, who has made a for herself crafting cocktail programs at SoHo House, Harvard & Stone, Black Market Liquor Bar, and the Tasting Kitchen, will be taking over the beverage program at The Churchill in West Hollywood.

The restaurant has been open since October of last year, and is looking to up the ante when it comes to their drinks. The new program will launch tomorrow. According to the cre at the bar/restaurant, Sarazen's menu will focus on approachability and fresh ingredients. Sounds basic, but those are the buliding blocks for a good cocktail program.

Here's a peek at what's to come:

“The Grand Alliance” : Plymouth Gin, Carpano, Campari, Maraschino
“Hyde Park Fizz" : Nolet's gin, Bonal Quina, honey, lime, cucumber, basil, soda
“Thirsty in LA” : Correlejo Reposado, Aperol, Ciociaro Amaro, mezcal rinse
“The Iron Mule” : Russian Standard, ginger, lime, soda, bitters
“Norman’s Cable Car” : Sailor Jerry Rum, housemade curacao, lemon, cinnamon&sugar rim
“The Churchill Old Fashioned” : Old Fitzgerald bourbon, house bitters, sugar
“The Statesman" : Famous Grouse, apricot, lemon, baked apple bitters, sparkling
“Baby’s First Bourbon” : Bulleit Bourbon, orgeat, lemon, dashes house bitters
“The Bulldog" : Milagro blanco, passion, pineapple, lime, jalepeno
“Rye 2 Ways” : Bulleit Rye, dry vermouth, grenadine, lemon, up. Or add Allagash White for Fizzy & Tall.
“The Grapes of Wrath” : Kappa Pisco, lime, pineapple, whites, bitters, cinnamon
“Amelia” : Kettle One, lemon, St.Germaine,violet, blackberries