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The Build-Your-Own Spritzer Bar Returns at Royal Boucherie in Old City

Marilyn Johnson

Royal Boucherie, Old City’s lively and atmospheric neighborhood bistro, has relaunched its wildly successful Spritzer Bar for the second year – just in time for warmer temps and spring/summer sipping. Helmed by Service Manager Samantha Seltzer, the Spritzer Bar offers imbibers a completely customizable approach to the traditional cocktail found in these effervescent and low-ABV tipples.
The Spritzer Bar Returns at Old City's Royal Boucherie.Courtesy of Royal Boucherie

The Spritzer Bar returns with a bevy of brand-new, elevated seasonal offerings on the heels of the successful launch last summer. In a creative twist on the standard spritz, Royal Boucherie invites guests to select a base Aperitif spirit (Step One), a modifier (Step Two), and a Topper (Step Three) to build their dream libation.
Spritzers at Old City's Royal Boucherie.Courtesy of Royal Boucherie

Step One: Guests choose a base spirit from an impressive list of options including Aperol, Cappelletti, Carpano Antica, Cocchi, Americano, Cocchi Rosa, Galliano, Licor 43, Lillet Blanc, Lillet Rosé, Lo-Fi Gentian, Nonino, Pavan, Pimm’s, Ramazzootti, Salers, or St. Germain.

Step Two: Choose a modifier: Aloe, Cherry, Grapefruit, Honey, Lavender, Lemon, Orgeat, Orange, Pomegranate, Rose.

Step Three: Choice of Topper: Club Soda ($12), Sparkling White Wine, Sparkling Rosé ($14).

This “build your own spritz” module is designed to highlight Royal Boucherie’s unique Amaro selection and provide guests with a refreshing elixir throughout the scorching summer months.

“We’re so excited to bring back the Spritzer Bar for the spring and summer season,” said Seltzer. “We received such a positive response from guests about this program, and we’re glad they enjoy the personalized twist to our craft cocktail menu just as much as we do.”

Marilyn Johnson is a freelance food and travel writer covering the food and drink scene of Philadelphia, South Jersey, and the greater Mid-Atlantic area. Food news: Travel tips:

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