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Chambar's new series of Basque-inpsired cocktails make patio sipping a cross-cultural affair.
There’s only one thing to do when your Bar Manager takes a pilgrimage through Basque Country—and that’s create a new drink list.Inspired by a legendary trip that Wendy McGuiness of Vancouver’s Chambar took to the region, the Crosstown restaurant has introduced a new series of Basque-inspired cocktails just in time for patio season.Our favourites? The Belle Epoque, inspired by the aperitif culture of Biaritz; The Master of my Domain, influenced by the Cognac region; and the Basque Sour—which you can recreate at home with McGuinness’s crafted recipe here.