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The Bar at Ludivine

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Had a chance to catch up with the man who keeps The Bar at Ludivine, Kyle Fleischfresser. Don’t call him Little Kahuna because, while he’s the son of chef Kurt Fleischfresser, he’s happens to be one of the city’s finest mixologist.

The Bar at Ludivine might be the coolest neighborhood bar in the city. No televisions, no Jagermeister and absolutely no Red Bull, Kyle parallels the point of view of chef Jonathan Stranger’s connecting restaurant. That means, fresh, local ingredients chosen by the season. A commitment to more than dropping a drink on the bar, Kyle wants to share what he’s learned about mixology.

The restaurant connects in the back of the bar, so the experience differs from the typical restaurant bar experience. It’s truly an entity unto itself. You even enter on 7th Street rather than Hudson.

Kyle told me he hasn’t yet developed a signature drink. Others have told me it’s probably because he has so many in mind. He’s young, he’s passionate and when the day comes to call one cocktail his own, I hope I’m around for the first sip.

Meanwhile, here’s his recipe for a Hot Toddy:

Have you been to The Bar at Ludivine? Let me know what you think.

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