This week, The Globe and Mail is publishing the best cocktails from around the world.
We’re celebrating the diversity of Canada’s food, drink and beverage scene.
We’ve picked the best drinks from around Canada and then asked: What’s your favourite cocktail?
And what’s your favorite drink from Canada?
Here’s our picks for the top 10.1.
The St. George’s Bar & Grill – St.
George’s Bar is located in downtown Vancouver, a city that is just beginning to reclaim its name after years of being called The Place for the Rich and Famous.
The bar is known for its high-end cocktails, but the cocktails at St.
G.B. are worth the drive to St.
Georges to sample.
This drink is sweet, but with a hint of cinnamon and lemon.
It’s an elegant, slightly smoky cocktail.
The bartender’s job is to make sure you get the right taste, but he also brings his trademark sense of humour.
It takes a lot of effort to drink this, so it’s a great way to end your week.2.
The Bierkopf’s – The Biersch Brewery, which is located on the banks of the Fraser River in the Lower Mainland, is a great place to try the St. Georges bar.
It has a small patio and has a really diverse menu of local craft beers.
The beers on the menu are usually pretty good, but this bar also has a few really unique cocktails that make for a great first night.
The bierkops are a blend of St. Gerges and St. Andrews bitters.
They are made with an aged bourbon, and the resulting drink is a delicious twist on the St Andrews cocktail.3.
The Sprecher – The Spremers cocktail bar, which sits on the Lower Fraser River, is known as one of the premier places in the city for cocktails.
Located just off the waterfront, the Spremes is a very popular watering hole, and it’s easy to see why.
It also has its own outdoor patio and an indoor seating area.
It is the best place in the province to drink a good drink while watching the sun set over Vancouver Island.4.
The Cineplex – Located on a hill overlooking the Fraser, the Cinepolis has one of Vancouver’s most eclectic cocktails.
The menu includes some of the city’s best bourbons, plus some very tasty, and unique, house cocktails.
They also have a fantastic patio that can be rented out for special occasions.5.
The Bar Louie – The Bar Louis is the only bar in Vancouver where you can drink a beer on the patio, and this is an absolute must for a night out.
The restaurant’s staff make sure every guest gets a glass of the classic beer, so if you have a few friends, you’ll be able to get a few bottles of the same.
This is the perfect bar to catch up with friends, but you can also sit and watch the sunset from the patio.6.
The Lager Bar – The Lagers bar in Victoria has an excellent wine list and a great selection of beers.
They have a nice bar menu that includes a variety of craft beers from around BC.7.
The New Bohemia – This cocktail bar in Richmond, B.C., is known more for its drinks than for its cocktails.
However, the cocktails here are always a good value.
The bartenders are always ready to help you make your next great drink.
They will make your favorite cocktail that night and then you can enjoy a beer afterwards.8.
The Fountains of the West – The Foulger and Fountages of the World have a great wine list, and they have a really fun atmosphere that makes it easy to get lost in a great drink that they’ll make for you.9.
The Old Barge – The Old Boat and the Barge at the Fraser is a beautiful and relaxing spot to enjoy a few drinks while watching a sunset.
This spot also serves as a great bar to relax with a bottle of wine after work.10.
The Poutine Burger – This burger is an authentic French-Canadian dish that you won’t find in any other restaurant.
It consists of poutine (the Canadian term for french fries) on a bun, topped with cheese, gravy, onions, tomatoes and cheese.
It can be topped with french fries or fries and gravy.
This dish is popular in the country, and there is a good selection of it on the restaurant’s menu.
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