Tequila's Smoky Cousin is Making a Late-Summer Splash

Mezcal is the of-the-moment base for citrusy late-summer cocktails.

Into the Fire

Rye House, $12

Jalapeño syrup adds a fiery kick to this mezcal cocktail made with lime, green chartreuse, and ruby port. (We recommend sipping it in the restaurant’s new outdoor beer garden.) 

126 N Main St, Port Chester; 914.481.8771



Mezcal Mojito

Purdy’s Farmer & the Fish, $14

Impress your foodie clients with this refreshing garden-to-glass cocktail made with mezcal, lime, simple syrup, and cucumber soda, made in-house with cukes just picked from the on-site four-acre farm.

100 Titicus Rd, North Salem; 914.617.8380




Mexi-Cali Punch

Burrata, $12

Light and citrusy, this grapefruit-lime punch from Burrata’s ‘Liquid Kitchen’ features tequila and mezcal, with a hint of bitterness from Italian Campari. 

425 White Plains Rd, Eastchester; 914.337.3700




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