Choose Between Four Options
- $25 for a seasonal martini-making class with five drinks and one gourmet cheese board for one ($80 value)
- $45 for a seasonal martini-making class with five drinks for each person and two gourmet cheese boards for two ($160 value)
- $39 for a seasonal martini-making class with five drinks, one gourmet cheese board, and one bottle of CD Vodka for one ($110 value)
- $69 for a seasonal martini-making class with five drinks for each person, two gourmet cheese boards, and two bottles of CD Vodka for two ($220 value)
Participants shake up fall and winter celebrations with a seasonal martini-making class. During a 90-minute class, participants learn how to whip up martinis such as salted caramel apple and harvest peach using CD Vodka’s spirits. In between sips of their creations, they can savor artisan cheeses from the gourmet board, then head home with a bottle of CD Vodka to practice their new bartending skills.
Recently revamped by the Food Network’s Restaurant Impossible, this lounge and eatery serves classic American cuisine with a twist. Under the watchful eye of chef Robert Irvine, the staff of Copper Still delights visitors, seated in an upscale environment, with dishes like pretzel-bun burgers, blackened mahi sliders, crispy pork with mushroom risotto, and slow-cooked pulled pork poutine. Diners can pair plates with craft beer or handcrafted libations as they survey a menu full of martinis, like the salted caramel apple, and specialty cocktails created with spirits from Mid-Oak Distillery, including the gold medal winning CD Vodka and Torta Bianca liqueur.