Seattle’s Foodz Catering is preparing to move into its new home, nicknamed the “factory,” in the Georgetown neighborhood this summer. Four times the size of its current headquarters, it will include a new kitchen, offices and a warehouse. Toast the new digs with the company’s Blueberry Mule—the recipe raises the bar on the sober-curious trend.

INGREDIENTS

—3 oz. fresh-pressed blueberry juice

—juice of half a lime

—ginger beer

—shaved ice

—sprig of mint

—lime wedge

DIRECTIONS

Pack a 20-oz. copper mug with shaved ice. Add juices and top with ginger beer. Garnish with mint and lime wedge.

Cheers to your new address, Foodz Catering!

Just because the holidays are over doesn’t mean you can’t have a little holiday-inspired cheer (and by “cheer,” we mean alcohol). Try this super-easy, super-tasty drink recipe from The Benson Hotel.

DIRECTIONS:
Fill a glass or copper
mug with ice.

ADD:
—1.5 ounces vodka
—2 ounces cranberry juice
—juice of half of a lime
—fill/top with ginger beer

 

Taylor Nissen, Shore Lodge’s sommelier and beverage program assistant manager, suggests using fresh huckleberries macerated in a little sugar when making the hotel’s famed Huckletini. “This tends to ripen the berries and juice them a bit, perfect for making drinks. When it gets a little warmer, you can find them all around Payette Lake [in McCall, Idaho]. Everyone has their little spots. Ponderosa Park is great for this, too,” says Nissen.

 

Taylor Nissen, Shore Lodge’s sommelier and beverage program assistant manager, suggests using fresh huckleberries macerated in a little sugar when making the hotel’s famed Huckletini. “This tends to ripen the berries and juice them a bit, perfect for making drinks. When it gets a little warmer, you can find them all around Payette Lake [in McCall, Idaho]. Everyone has their little spots. Ponderosa Park is great for this, too,” says Nissen. shorelodge.com