perks for your palate.
HOW IT WORKS
AMMO To Go
Best known for offering a cornucopia of reasons to wake up in the morning—from scones and muffins, to breakfasts fueled by the local bounty, to a multitude of caffeinated daydreams—the to-go oriented Melrose location of Ammo is expanding it’s reach with a novel step: a dinner menu.
The Greenwich Project:
3 small plates + flight of 3 cocktails
($35 per person)
At this venture from the people behind the Mulberry Project and the Vinatta Project, the New American food is seasonal and the produce is sourced from local farms—as close to the Village as possible.
30% off Shaker & Spoon
Find inspiration for your crafting your own bespoke cocktails, delivered to your doorstep. Each of these boxes is designed around a specific spirit, and contains everything you need to shake, stir, or just muddle your way through multiple recipes: bitters, syrups, fruit, garnishes. You just supply the booze—and the good times.
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