Students learn bartending basics, then show off their newfound skills at two-hour cocktail party with hors d’oeuvres. Like baking a cake, mixing a drink requires precise measurements and the restraint to not ingest so many ingredients that you ruin your own birthday party. Become a power-mixer with this Groupon.
Bistro 7 in Wilton offers a one, two, or four person Bartending Experience with a Cocktail Party
BISTRO 7 is now offering Bartending Lessons with Cocktail Party from September to February.
- 2hrs of class
- Try 8-10 different cocktails
- Make your own cocktail in front of the class
- 2hrs of private bar cocktail party
- 4-5 different passed ours d’ouevres
- 2 drinks included with the price
- Private bar area
- Wristbands and special shot glass
- Bistro 7 t-shirt for an extra $15 each
- Shakers, muddlers, pourers for an extra $10 each
Purchase by calling BISTRO 7 or save 50% by purchasing a Groupon (search for Bistro 7)
991 Danbury Road
Wilton, Connecticut 06897
Class will include all of the basics of bartending such as glass types, terms, measures, classic cocktails, infused and new American cocktails, farm to table cocktails(pick herbs at our own garden), techniques like muddling and shaking, speed rack and top shelf and more.
Cocktail Party, appetizers and Bartending experience for 1 – $110
Cocktail Party Appetizers and Bartending Experience for 2 – $220
Cocktail Party w/ Appetizers and bartending experience for 4 – $440
Remaining 2013 Dates:
- November 19: 6pm Fall Inspired Cocktails
- December 3: 6pm
- December 17: 6pm Christmas Inspired Cocktails
- January 21: 6pm
- February 4: 6pm
- February 18: 6pm
- March 4: 6pm
Students learn the basics of bartending such as when to use each glass type, how to measure spirits, and how to use basic bartending terms––before they watch a pro make classic martinis and seasonal specials. The entire experience lasts about four hours, two of which are spent in a cocktail-party setting. Before they leave, the pupils receive a complimentary glass and a certificate of completion.
And though the lengthy menus showcase an impressive array of ingredients, the bistro’s owner, Breno Donati, is perhaps most proud of his wine list. More than 600 varieties have been hand-picked by Donati himself from farms and small wineries, including several organic selections. Even the specialty cocktails are blended with fresh fruit, which diners enjoy while feasting eyes on the exposed bricks and dark wooden tables that lend the space a rustic-yet-refined ambience.