Whether it’s Sunday Funday or an any-day Happy Hour with your pals, one of these choice cocktails from Marina del Rey’s restaurants and bars has your name on it.
Pieces of Eight
Killer Shrimp Restaurant and Bar serves up this tropical revamp of the classic 1960s tiki drink. It’s made with Cruzan aged rum, house-made passion fruit syrup, fresh pineapple, and fresh lime. Sorry, this one isn’t on the happy hour menu, but we think it’s worth the extra clams.Learn More
The Marina del Rey Hotel’s on-site restaurant, SALT, named its signature cocktail after itself! Consider this one a smooth cousin of the margarita, made with serrano-infused 1800 tequila, grapefruit liqueur, lime, agave syrup, and orange bitters.Learn More
Sip this classy cocktail at The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey. The Alchemist is composed of Botanist Islay dry gin, Cointreau, orange-flavored Aperol, hints of honey and citrus from Lillet Blanc, served up with an orange twist.Learn More
Tony P’s Dockside Grill has served more than 40,000 of these generous mai tais. The recipe is mostly classic, but with a tinge of special sauce: dark rum, white rum, triple sec, Hiram Walker orange curacao, and “a few secrets,” says the proprietor.Learn More
Whiskey Red’s founder’s recipe calls for 1800 reposado tequila, Grand Marnier, Cointreau, and fresh lime.Learn More