4th of July is over, which means we’re no longer required to feel patriotic! Distance yourself from those holiday feels with England’s favorite beverage.
New Heights has dubbed itself as the place for gin. Featuring a limited supply of house-made tonics with off-the-shelf bottled tonics. If that doesn’t suit your fancy The Gin Joint offers a menu of over 65 different gins to select from, and if you cant decide your bartender can match you with your one true gin. Happy hour is from Monday to Sunday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. for gin lovers only.
Do a little time traveling and visit this Roaring Twenties speakeasy. If you like fruit try the Her Pimm’s made with Pimm’s fruit liquor, gin, honey, lime, lemon, blackberry, cucumber, ginger ale. Come by and pretend like you’re in The Great Gatsby minus the disillusioned realities of the declining American dream! Happy hour is 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Monday to Saturday
Build yourself a true gin martini or get yourself a lavender or ginger tonic when ordering from the bars 70+ selection of gin. If you’re a frequent gin drinker you can also join the bars Gin Club and receive discounts on drinks, accumulate points to win prizes, and get free admission to exclusive tasting events. Happy hour is Sunday to Friday until 7:30 p.m.
Drink your gin somewhere different, like the roof. Betsy focuses on all things gin at this hidden ally way spot. Just follow the chicken feet graffiti’ed on the sidewalk and let Betsy show you the way. Happy hour is Tuesday to Saturday from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Sunday till 8 p.m.
Not sure why but we feel like this is place for a mean gin and tonic. If you ever find yourself by GW campus join Tonic for happy hour Monday to Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Order the Tonic G & T (London Dry Gin and lavender and lime tonic made in house), kick back, and relax.