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Celebrating artistic cocktails.

What do you get when you mix street art with cocktail recipes? The unique happy hour offered at Wynwood Kitchen & Bar in Miami, which invited world famous street artists to create murals at the restaurant's art park, Wynwood Walls. Seventeen mixed drinks now on the menu were inspired by the artists' creations, which are featured on Wynwood's happy hour menu for $12 each. The creations include the Shepard Fairey Frank Shepard Fairey (born February 15, 1970 in Charleston, South Carolina) is a contemporary artist/graphic designer/illustrator, who emerged from the skating scene.[1] He usually goes under his middle and last name, Shepard Fairey. , made with raspberry liquor, vodka and a splash of cranberry juice Noun 1. cranberry juice - the juice of cranberries (always diluted and sweetened)
fruit crush, fruit juice - drink produced by squeezing or crushing fruit
; a spicy cocktail from rebel artist David Ellis, which is a blend of 151 liquor, squid ink, hot sauce, olive brine and horseradish horseradish

Hardy perennial plant (Armoracia lapathifolia) of the mustard family, native to Mediterranean lands and grown throughout the temperate zones. Its hotly pungent, fleshy root is used as a condiment and is traditionally considered medicinal.
; and a Martini cocktail from Kenny Scharf, which features tequila reposado, triple sec and muddled blackberries, strawberries, mint and fresh lime juice.

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Title Annotation:DRINK CULTURE
Publication:Cheers
Date:May 1, 2011
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