the Gibson has some new furniture and fresh paint, flickering candles, jazz-heavy music, and a hidden gem of a rear patio where patrons can enjoy delectable food and drinks from a menu filled with classics. They can pick between marinated olives and chips to snack on and pair with their choice of alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage. the Gibson’s menu is seasonal, so it will be subject to change when the summer/spring is over. When you spend the night drinking in their venue, you’ll be able to taste the classics and house original cocktails in a low-key, well-lit lounge.
The decade-old speakeasy serves spirit-free cocktails, like the Planet What, which is made with cucumber shrub, lemon, honey, and soda water. The Record Breaker is also available, which contains lime, ginger, beer, mint, and Peychaud’s & rhubarb bitters. It should be noted that bitters contain alcohol, but adding trace amounts to a drink will just be the equivalent of the alcohol content in a commercially produced soda or orange juice, for reference. At the Gibson, veteran bartender Chantal Tseng creates a literary cocktail series with drinks inspired by her current favorite books. The establishment offers classic cocktail workshops open to public and private events of up to 15 people.
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