Whether it’s a lite-bite for dinner or just for cocktails while networking-this hot spot is where the vibrant after-work aficionados and energetic conference attendees meet. Our specialties include creative cuisine and sensational signature cocktails.
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Don’t forget to come down and discover our happy hour every Monday through Friday!
Monday – Friday: 3: 00 P.M. – 6: 00 P.M.
Enjoy a variety of tasty bites, and discounted wine, beers and cocktails:
$1 Chips & Salsa
$2 Local Draft and Featured Beers
$4 Featured White Wine by the glass
$4 Featured Red Wine by the glass
$5 Weekly Featured Cocktail
One of a Kind
After you check-in, seek out Rhonda at ICON Lounge. Order an Adams Anamnesis and discover 37 years of hotel memories. She is a story all to herself.
Try a few of our specialty cocktails at home or come in and we will be happy to make them for you!
Local Gin Julep
2 oz. AZ Distilling Desert Dry Gin
.5 oz 2:1 Honey Syrup, preferably McClendon's Farm Honey
11 Mint Leaves
Add mint and muddle, add Gin and honey syrup. Fill glass about 50% with crushed ice and stir vigorously. Fill with more ice and stir, top with ice again. Garnish with mint springs.
2 oz. White Rum
.75 oz Grapefruit Juice
.5 oz Lime Juice
.5 oz Luxardo Maraschino
.25 oz Simple Syrup
Shake and strain into a coupe. Garnish with skewered Luxardo cherries.
The Hemingway was created by Constantino Ribalaigua at the El FLoridita Hotel in Havana, Cuba in 1932. The drink is named for Ernest Hemingway, which he was known to enjoy to get the day started.
1 oz Peach Puree
.5 oz Simple Syrup
4 oz Prosecco
Combine ingredients in Yarai, lightly stir with a couple ice cubes to mix, strain into flute. Garnish with Thyme.
The Bellini was invented in 1948 by Giuseppe Cipiriani, chief barman of Harry's Bar in Venice, Italy. Because of its soft pink color, which reminded Giuseppe of a saint's toga depicted in a painting by Giovanni Bellini, he named the cocktail after him.