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Food

Virtual Happy Hour: The Rocktail at Ray's And Stark Bar

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After much anticipation, the big ol' hunk of granite they're calling Levitated Mass will finally be unveiled this Sunday at LACMA. Barman Paul Sanguinetti of the museum's Ray's and Stark Bar has created a pisco-sour he's deemed the Rocktail in its honor, which is made with Oro Pisco Acholado, fresh lemon juice, house made chamomile syrup, Miracle Mile Castillan bitters, egg whites, and local bee pollen. You can't get one of these babies until Sunday, but if you want to go by and take a sneak peek of the 340-ton rock through the mesh-covered fence, be sure to grab one of Sanguinetti's other excellent cocktails, like the somewhat-similar Dragon Sour made with pisco, local kiwi, egg white, and freshly squeezed lime juice. If that doesn't whet your whistle, go for a Ray's Swizzle, with rum, pineapple syrup, lime juice, blackberry and orange. Or you could always do the dealer's choice, where you just tell the bar staff what sorts of spirits and flavor profiles you like, and they'll whip you up something special. Happy weekending!

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