#themoreyouknow: Master the Art of Cocktails at This Unexpected Bar in NT

For years now I’ve raved about Webster’s Bistro. We have a selection of French Restaurants in the city, but I have yet to find a spot that delivers quality and quantity at a great price better than Webster’s Bistro. Side note, try their escargot drenched in garlic butter and topped with a puff pastry. It’s buttery (duh), earthy, and you need it in your life.

I always knew they had phenomenal French food for a great price, but on top of that they recently rolled out a series of cocktail classes. Learn about the classics, speakeasy prohibition cocktails, signature drinks, Irish cocktails and more from Webster’s bartender, Cristen Goldstein. During this hands-on mixology class you’ll get the chance to make 3 different cocktails behind the bar, while learning the history of drinks and techniques to impress your guests at home.

For now, the classes are held on Mondays through March and April. Let’s be honest, we can all use something cool to look forward to on a Monday, so sign up online now for the Classic Cocktails class (April 16), Speakeasy Prohibition Cocktails (March 26), St Germaine (April 9), and Signature Drinks (April 23) for just $45 per person.

Pro tip: the more friends you get on board, the better time you’ll have. It’s just a fact.


Webster’s Bistro & Bar

102 Webster St, North Tonawanda, NY 14120

(716) 264-4314

Hours: Tuesday-Thursday from 4:30–9PM and Friday-Saturday from 4:30–10PM

Class Time: 6-8 PM

Class Price: $45 per person

Questions: Barbara Hughes bhughes@webstersnt.com


Jessica Kelly
Author: Jessica Kelly

Jess is a freelance writer and photographer with a focus on food, travel, and entertainment living in Buffalo. Her work has appeared in over 10 different local publications in WNY, the Huffington Post, Dame Traveler, Insider, Wine Enthusiast, Kitchn, AAA World Magazine, and Thrillist. She's a self-proclaimed bloody mary connoisseur, obsessed with all things Buffalo, the Real Housewives of EVERYTHING, horror movies, vintage cookbooks, coffee, and food markets. Follow her crazy adventures and countless food pictures on Instagram @Adventures.Are.Waiting!

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