Food & Drink

June 30, 2016

LILT Lounge At The Epic Hotel Miami To Host The Spirit of Cocktailing Classes

Throughout the summer months, the waterfront LILT Lounge, located in the EPIC Hotel, downtown Miami will offer The Spirit of Cocktailing, a series of unique monthly cocktail classes, each exploring a natural element. Class attendees will be taught that the art of cocktailing is not only fun but easy. In this particular cocktail series, program leaders, Dean Feddaoui and Spencer Taliaferro will recreating some of LILT’s signature drinks while playing with the natural elements: earth, water and fire. Each class will explore one particular element and will teach guests how to incorporate it in cocktails made with different spirits, easy to recreate at home.

The monthly class will be open to 10 guests per evening and will be held in the exclusive Owner’s Lounge, located on the second floor of the lounge. Taking place from7PM to 9PM,  each “spirited class” – priced at $60 per person (excluding tax and gratuity). Class participants will also sample light bites from Area 31, the Epic Hotel’s restaurant. At the end of the evening, “students” will walk away with knowledge and exclusive cocktail recipes to recreate the unique libations at home.

Click here to view cocktail class dates and registration

LILT Lounge is located in the lobby level of the EPIC Hotel at 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way in Downtown Miami

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