The Manhattan cocktail—now this is what the Manhattan Project should've been about.
A pair of famed bartenders created this subtle variation on the classic.
Every home bartender should know how to make one of these.
You don't need to be in the five boroughs to enjoy this sophisticated tipple.
Celebrate the Scottish folk hero with the classic whisky-based Rob Roy cocktail. This recipe is similar to the beloved Manhattan, but uses Scotch instead of rye whiskey and orange bitters instead of aromatic bitters. The difference is delicious—try it for yourself.
The Greenpoint is variation on the Brooklyn, which was spawned from a classic Manhattan. Created at NYC’s legendary Milk & Honey, it was named after the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn and the greenish hue of the Chartreuse used to make it.
Don't worry about the name; there's no reason to doubt this classic cocktail.
It’s not as famous as a Manhattan, but it’s just as tasty.
Jonathan Howard, the brains behind the cocktail program at Manhattan’s American Whiskey, uses Veev and Aperol in this homegrown concoction.
Rum and honey syrup make an unusual but delicious version of the classic.
Many presidents had cocktails created in their honor, but few have stood the test of time. Created in 1896 during the 25th president’s election, the McKinley’s Delight is an exception. It incorporates classic elements from the Manhattan, but dresses them up for the special occasion with cherry liqueur and a dash of absinthe.
Bulleit’s unorthodox twist on the old-school Manhattan? The use of both dry and sweet vermouth, in addition to a dash of potent blood orange bitters in place of the usual Angostura. The result is a doubly aromatic, complex take on the classic.
Named for Mexico’s largest city, this is an aged-tequila twist on the classic Manhattan.
Try the classic bourbon and vermouth Manhattan with just a hint of smoky Scotch.
Don't believe your eyes: There's no whiskey or vermouth in this cocktail.
Find your center with this whiskey and green tea liqueur cocktail.
This delicious bourbon cocktail is what happens when a Manhattan and an Old Fashioned hang out together.
Spicy rye whiskey gets a little sweet in this Manhattan-esque drink.
Is it still a Manhattan when it’s made with tequila? Who cares when a drink is this satisfying?
This complex Irish whiskey-based spin on the Manhattan won't fail to impress.
This cocktail is the ultimate three-ingredient classic.
Even whiskey-drinkers can enjoy vodka with this Manhattan-inspired concoction.
You could say this is the Irish version of a Manhattan.
Try this Caribbean take on the classic rye whiskey drink.
Opt for a high-proof rye, such as Rittenhouse 100-proof, in this variation on the classic Manhattan.
This riff on the classic Manhattan will make you feel like you’re up to no good.
Honor the hip Brooklyn neighborhood with this version of the Manhattan.
This Irish-whiskey Manhattan has a subtle anise note.
A mint and ginger version of the standard formula.
This citrus-infused cocktail takes the idea of a Manhattan and builds upon the classic.
Try this fresh take on the timeless Manhattan.
Mix up this distant cousin of the Manhattan.
A splash of herbal Bénédictine gives this Manhattan variation added complexity.
Honor the eternal spirit of Star Trek with this Manhattan-style drink.