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Katie Loeb's FitzRoy at Emmanuelle

As part of Eater's first ever Cocktail Week, we've asked a few bartenders to make a special limited-edition cocktail, served just this week. Today we introduce The FitzRoy by Katie Loeb at Emmanuelle
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Katie Loeb is one of Philly's most-traveled and most-recognized bartenders, and the creative force behind the drink menu of Tommy Up's shiny new cocktail joint, Emmanuelle. Loeb, who also released her first cocktail book earlier this year, is no stranger to whipping up cocktails on the fly, and those very talents won her the top prize in the Bärenjäger Cocktail competition in NYC this past August. Loeb devised a special drink in honor of Cocktail Week called The FitzRoy, which was the title attached to the bastard children of kings.

"It's the bastard son of the Manhattan," Loeb told Eater. "So, I figure it's a pretty appropriate name." The drink is made up of 1.5 oz. El Dorado 5 yr. rum, .75 oz. Elijah Craig bourbon, .75 oz. Carpano Punt e Mes, orange bitters and an orange twist. The drink will be available starting tonight for $10, and pouring throughout the week.

[Photo: Men Who Dine]

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