Granary Square Brasserie Take Día de los Muertos To The Next Level

The seasons are of course changing. Its that beautiful time of year when colours change and a chill stalks the early mornings. To celebrate autumn, Granary Square Brasserie have embraced the changing seasons and of course ‘Día de los Muertos’ festivities (thats Day Of The Dead aka Halloween) with a show-stopping installation across its entrance, as well as a limited-edition cocktail menu created in collaboration with Cointreau. On arrival, diners will be met with a striking floral installation spanning across the Brasserie’s entrance, featuring bold bursts of colour and breath-taking autumnal blooms. Guests will be transported from the heart of King’s Cross to the shores of Mexico by simply walking through the main entrance. Once inside, diners will be able to summon up the party spirit of Mexico with a series of carefully crafted creations, including the El Diablo (£10.75), a devilish blend of Cointreau, Tequila, Mezcal, lime, pineapple, apple, avocado, parsley, and mint, The Pink Devil (£9.25), which features Cointreau, Campari, Tequila, lime juice and cherry syrup; and the Café Naranja (£9.75) – a very “Dias de los Muertos” twist on an Espresso Martini, incorporating a delicious combination of Coffee Tequila, Cointreau, Crème de Cacao, and cream. It’s time we celebrate autumn in a special way and Granary Square Brasserie are most certainly doing that.

Available from Monday, 11 October to Sunday, 7 NovemberBookings Granarysquarebrasserie.com

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