Over-the-Rhine's Please Shares Restaurant-Favorite Cocktail Recipes in New Digital Book

The book costs $25 and features "recipes for all the components, cocktails and suggestions on variations and substitutes" for 10 to 15 of Please's cocktails

click to enlarge Please cocktail - Photo: Brooke Shanesy
Photo: Brooke Shanesy
Please cocktail

In an effort to offer patrons something more than just gift cards to support the restaurant right now, chef Ryan Santos of Over-the-Rhine's Please says they've launched a digital cocktail recipe book, which is available at the restaurant's website.

The book costs $25 and features "recipes for all the components, cocktails and suggestions on variations and substitutes" for 10 to 15 of Please's cocktails.

As seen in the Instagram post below, Please names its cocktails, like the Tom, after humans — specifically the restaurant's friends and those who helped kickstart it from a gypsy pop-up to brick-and-mortar.

Santos has also been nominated as a semifinalist in the 2020 James Beard Awards in the Best Chef: Great Lakes region.

This year marks the award ceremony's 30th anniversary of honoring the nation's most respected chefs, restaurants, journalists, authors and food and beverage industry leaders. The winners were slated to be announced in Chicago on May 4, but that date has since been postponed due to COVID-19.





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