Stitch is proud to be the first bar in New York City to carry Ron Colón Salvadoreño rum!!! Stop by, grab a drink, and tell them Ron Colón sent you!
ABOUT THE BAR
Stitch Bar & Lounge was voted the best AFTER WORK BAR in New York City by
Citysearch.com. They are located in the heart of New York City’s historic Garment
District at 247 West 37 th Street between 7th and 8th Avenue.
Stitch has two floors with a private balcony bar for gatherings and events. Their full
kitchen is open until midnight offering everything from steaks to salads, but the
wings and burgers are their specialty.
Check out our competing cocktail below & share this page to vote for us in the "TiKi TO-GO Down" 2020! Stop by and try this cocktail in person!
2020 TIKI "TO-GO" DOWN OFFICIAL COMPETITOR
ABOUT THE COCKTAIL
RON COLÓN SALVADOREÑO 111 Proof | Chocolate | Herbed Bitters | Banana Oil
Ron Colón Salvadoreño presents its new and unique Crazy Banana cocktail. JJ’s creation is “the new” in Tiki culture bringing us a classy, upgraded tiki cocktail for those who aren’t looking for an over-the-top fruity concoction. The smooth flavor of the rich aged 111 proof rum and faint layers of chocolate and other herbed bitters accompany the fresh banana oils to excellence. JJ’s creation is balanced perfectly on
the palate for a smooth and tasty experience to transport you to the tropics. Take a sip and be welcomed into the Ron Colón family.
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BEST TIKI COCKTAIL 2020!
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JJ Sansaverino, Bartender - Stitch Bar & Lounge
ABOUT THE BARTENDER
JJ Sansaverino has spent 35 years in the food & beverage industry dedicating himself to the highest level of service, consistency, and quality. For the past 15 years he has
been a driving force behind the bar of Stitch Bar and Lounge in NYC.
JJ’s commitment to the highest standard of cocktails and constant creativity has left their customers with a fantastic and memorable experience. The diverse makeup of New York City fuels the recipes that JJ creates.
JJ is mostly self-taught as a mixologist, having spent years creating unique cocktails for venues and private events and now working closely with Ron Colón Salvadoreño. His greatest influence was the late John LerMayer, who influenced him to leave his patrons with a lasting memory of a well balanced, fun cocktail and an equally positive encounter.