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Martini day

Cocktails can be complicated. A dash of this; a shot of that; a sprig of this; a squirt of that. Then there is the shaking it around and the pouring it out and the garnishing. They can be exhausting to think about! Don’t worry we have you covered.

Whether you enjoy your Martini shaken, not stirred, like James Bond, with an olive or as part of a more extravagant cocktail, Martini Day is a great excuse to celebrate with a glass. Strictly for adults, this special day celebrates all things Martini, and is an ideal opportunity to try out our Apple Martini and Espresso Martini.

The first known recipe in print for a cocktail called the “Martinez” appeared in an 1887 bartending manual published in San Francisco. a bartender named Martini di Arma di Taggia from New York City started serving a rather fancy cocktail made with gin, vermouth, orange bitters and a garnish of olives, heralding the birth of the infamous Martini as we know of it. Since then, the cocktail has had many variations mixing it with liqures and adding to the garnish. The Martini is also been served in a unique Martini glass, probably the most iconic glass in history.

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Celebrating Martini day at Baci

Well, there are many ways you can celebrate Martini Day at Baci. We would recommend getting your friends and family over for a round of drinks to try out our Apple Martini and Espresso Martini and let the bartender know which one you liked better.

Reserve a table

We are accepting bookings throughout the year and encourage you to Make a Booking so you don’t miss out on a beautiful dining experience for yourself and your family. If you have any further questions about dietaries, kid’s options or any suggestions feel free to Contact us here.