Five best cocktails in Doncaster to break your Dry January
If you have been counting down the days until the end of January and want to do something special to end your month long sobriety then check out our list of Doncaster’s best cocktails.
1, La Boca Steakhouse
What sets this Argentinian Steakhouse apart is their premium cocktail range - all inspired by Latin America.
The ‘La Boca’ named after the restaurant is made up of Southern Comfort, bourbon, fresh lemon, blackberries, apple juice, and smoked rosemary.
Priced at £9.95.
It’s smokey in flavour to accompany the steak’s they serve.
Other cocktails include the Buenos Aires (£7.95), Strawberry Daquiri (£7.50) and the Che! (£6.95).
Address: 1 Nether Hall Rd, Doncaster DN1 2PH
2, Relish Bar and Grill
Relish is known for being a trendy spot to start a night out in Doncaster - often with live music on a weekend.
Their cocktail menu is perfect for people who love sweet things - the Candy Land range of drinks is filled with Haribo’s and bubblegum.
The Sour Skittle is a favourite - made with Apricot Liqueur, peach schnapps, lemon juice and topped with Skittles.
Priced at: £6.95.
Address: 19 E Laith Gate, Doncaster DN1 1JG
3, Trattoria Toscana
A tiny Italian tucked away in Cusworth - an unlikely spot to find a delicious cocktail.
There is no menu - the staff will make you a drink based on the occasion whether that be a birthday or anniversary.
Usually priced around £6 but varies.
Address: 30 Newlands Dr, Doncaster DN5 8HX
Pornstar Martinis are all the rage at the moment and Yates has a great one.
Made with passion fruit, guava, pineapple blended with vodka - with the traditional shot of prosecco on the side.
Priced at £10.99.
Address: 58 -59 Hall Gate, Doncaster DN1 3PB
The menu at Zest boasts an impressive 36 alcoholic cocktails and four mocktails.
One Winter warmer on their menu is the Chocolate Martini (£7.00).
Made up of Baileys, hazelnut liqueur, chocolate liqueur and dark chocolate syrup.
Address: 19-20 High St, Doncaster DN1 1DW