5 places to drink an amazing caesar in Vancouver
1) Edible Canada
The Caesar is Canada’s unofficial national drink and this Canadian bistro has one of the best in the city. In fact, their Maple Bacon Caesar might be the most Canadian drink around. The cocktail features dill and horseradish infused Stealth vodka, lime juice, Clamato, Tabasco and Worcestershire..
2) Tuc Craft Kitchen
The signature Caesar at this farm-to-table favourite includes Montelobos mezcal, Espolòn Reposado tequila, Walter Craft Caesar Mix and tomato shrub (tomatoes, fire-roasted jalapeños, spices and apple cider vinegar). Finished with dashes of Tabasco and Addition Thai Green Chili bitters.
3) The Local
Across the street from Kits Beach, a Caesar at The Local is the perfect way to kick off the day before spending it in the sun. Served in their signature boot glass, the El Caesar is a combo of Smirnoff vodka, Mott’s Clamato Juice, special Mexican hot sauce and a pepperoni stick.
4) Chewies Oyster Bar
Known for their oysters and New Orleans-inspired fare, Chewies also mixes up a mean Caesar. Their rendition is comprised of New Amsterdam vodka, fresh horseradish, Clamato, and their top-secret blend of spices. It’s garnished with a Cajun prawn and Kevin’s bacon. Not feeling the vodka? Swap it for Bulleit bourbon, Tanqueray gin, or Olmeca Altos tequila instead.
5) Score on Davie
You can’t talk about Caesars in Vancouver without mentioning Score. They feature a number of them on their menu, the most-talked about being the 60 dollar Checkmate Caesar, which is piled high with onion rings, a burger, a hotdog and other fried goodies. These folks take the garnish game to a whole other level.
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