Perry's Steakhouse is known for their pork chop — and even more so for the Friday lunch special when it's just $14.95. So when the higher-ups thought, "Our pork chop is so good, we should probably put it on a cocktail," we rejoiced.
They took a traditional Manhattan (made with Redemption Rye and Vya Vermouth) and went whole hog by adding a brown sugar rim with their homemade barbecue sauce as the "glue." Then they topped it off with a skewer of Luxardo cherries and cubes of pork chop. This combination will make you go hog wild.
Perry's Hog-Hattan ($15): Redemption Rye and Vya Vermouth with a brown sugar and Perry's homemade barbecue sauce rim. Garnished with a skewer of Luxardo cherries and Perry's Famous Pork Chop Bites
Perry's Steakhouse, various locations, perryssteakhouse.com
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