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Snag a Table at Brezza Cucina and Start Sippin'—For a Good Cause, Of Course

Ashton Pike | June 7, 2019 | Food & Drink

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The Funky Cold Medina is basically the golden hour of cocktails with its Insta-worthy glow.

Though Atlantans never need an excuse for cocktail hour, we have one for you anyway: The mixologists at Ponce City Market’s Brezza Cucina are pouring creative concoctions in the name of philanthropy during Cocktails for a Cause, a prime time for ATL’s do-gooders and social drinkers alike. With playful monikers like Treat Yo’Self and Rosé the Riveter, as well as not-so-subtle nods to your favorite Netflix binges—think Assistant to the Regional Manager (tequila, mezcal, rhubarb, lemon and, naturally, beet) and We Were on a Break (Tennessee whiskey, blackberry, fernet and lime)—the menu’s cocktails pack amusing personality and undeniable pizazz. Plus, it’s for a good cause, so consider the empty calories guilt-free since a dollar from each imbibed sip this summer benefits Someone Cares Inc. of Atlanta through July. You don’t have to tell us twice—bottoms up! @brezzacucina

Start With
The Funky Cold Medina for a cheeky medley of house whiskey blend, cachaca, pineapple and bitters

Pair It With
An order of the pork and veal meatballs

Top It Off With
A round of Ted Day ’tails and fresh mussels for the table

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Brezza Cucina’s Sucker for You cocktail packs a punch with chamomile gin, melon and borage flower syrup, creme de violette and lemon, and real flowers for extra flair.



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Photography by: Photos by Hannah Jones/courtesy of Blue Hominy Public Relations