The Garland has put together some refreshing summer cocktail menus and happy hour specials to help us deliciously beat the heat. And, they’ve redone their pool area. What says summer better than cocktails by the pool?
Flower Power Hour:
Stop and smell the roses at The Lobby Bar, offering a fun Flower Power Hour from 3-6PM allowing you to “get your groove on” with botanical-inspired cocktails, priced at just $10. Menu highlights include:
($10) | El Silencio Mezcal, Madagascar vanilla, lime charred jalapeno syrup, orchid blossoms
($10) | Belvedere, creme de violette, lavender tincture, lemon, violet blossoms
($10) | Hacienda vieja blanco, hibiscus tea syrup, lime, combier liqueur d’orange
Beverly Garland left a mark on L.A. that goes beyond the television and movie scene. Inspired by her favorite drink, the martini, The Garland launched a dedicated 70s-inspired martini menu at the Lobby Bar with beverages such as Beverly Garland Martini, Harvey Wallbanger, Pink Lady and a Singapore Sling.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the prohibition, The Front Yard is bringing cocktails of that era back to life with a modern take on some speakeasy favorites. Reminisce on the roaring twenties by indulging in any of the five specialty cocktails, available through the rest of the year, including:
- Yuzu Whiskey Sour: bourbon, yuzu, simple syrup, angostura bitters
- Grapefruit Ramos Fizz: gin, grapefruit, lemon, simple syrup, grapefruit bitters
- Lavender Bee’s Knees: gin, lemon, honey lavender syrup
- Pink Negroni: gin, Aperol, lemon, vermouth
- Grasshopper: crème de menthe, crème de cacao, whipping cream, Oreo cookie rim
Relax poolside as The Garland with Bev’s Buckets. Guests can choose from either a bucket of AMASS’ new (delicious) Seltzers or cool off with a bucket of Calidad beer.
New Pool Deck + Courtyard Refresh:
During the downtime, The Garland updated the pool decking, finished a full tiling of the pool, bar area, and jacuzzi, and completed its pool dining pavilion. Along with the pool area, the hotel was able to complete a full re-landscaping of its courtyard; removing non-drought tolerant plants and focusing on native species that support pollinating insects and birds.