The challenge to Boston barkeeps is to outdo themselves with a new taste the public will keep coming back for. Infused vodka makes cocktail magic not only versatile but deliciously surprising! The flavors just don’t seem to end. The secret? Infusion and exceptional mixology. In keeping with stellar creativity, the best bars of Boston offer premium service and one-of-a-kind Vodka classics.

(Photo Credit: Stella Restaurant And Bar)

(Photo Credit: Stella Restaurant And Bar)


Stella
1525 Washington St.
Boston MA 02118
(617) 247-7747
www.bostonstella.com

The star of the South end, Stella has made itself legendary not only with it’s sought after luncheon menu, but with its fruity infusions in chilled glass. Take in the ambiance in the elegant dining room or have the hostess seat you by the large picture windows while having an inspired cocktail or two. The signature list of libations, not to mention the pre-theater dinner menu, will have you wishing the night didn’t have to end. Boutique grappa’s, a sunset dinner and sumptuous cuisine — that about covers date night.

(Photo Credit: Cafe St. Petersburg)

(Photo Credit: Cafe St. Petersburg)


Cafe St. Petersburg
57 Union St.
Newton Center, MA 02459
(617) 467-3555
www.cafestpetersburg.com

Looking for something completely different? Cafe St. Petersburg offers its patrons homemade cranberry infused vodka, which is not available anywhere else in Boston. It’s crafted to be the smoothest cocktail you’ll ever taste that packs an unexpected tickle. Russian cuisine, caviar, quaint settings and exceptional cocktails make this bar a gem. The reviews have hit every newspaper in town, don’t let yourself pass the experience by.

(Photo Credit: Tremont 647)

(Photo Credit: Tremont 647)


Sister Sorel
647 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 266-4600
tremont647.com/sister-sorel

Papaya infused vodka — does that peek your interest? How about cucumber king vodka? Alright, let’s just pass over the cocktail list and let the server suggest the best infused vodka creation that pairs with the appetizer or entree you may have in mind. Sister Sorel is a bar that has so many choices to deliver that the best is yet to come. One of the most endearing features of this establishment is the commitment it has to the Boston community; the annual event list is just as exceptional as it’s cocktails.

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(Photo Credit: Eastern Standard)

(Photo Credit: Eastern Standard)


Eastern Standard Kitchen And Drinks
528 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 532-9100
www.easternstandardboston.com

House infused chili vodka is available seven days a week until closing at 2 a.m. at Eastern Standard Kitchen and Drinks. The bar is humming with nonstop crowds and novelty drinks. One-of-a -kind mixology at ESKD means there will be no doubt about its deliciousness. What would you pair with chili infused vodka? Ask the creator! House infused vermouth and bitters found across the world await those willing to try something uniquely different. A bar that sets the bar far above, this is Boston at its finest.

(Photo Credit: Drink)

(Photo Credit: Drink)


Drink
348 Congress St.
Boston, MA 02210
(617) 695-1806
www.drinkfortpoint.com

Handcrafted cocktails here feature both sweet and sour infused vodka creations no one else can match. Drink has a little bit of everything to tempt its patron, and without question has them coming back for more. Known for the award-winning spirits, writer and novelist Dave Broom gives gin tasting and mastery classes each week, Drink has brought ‘bar noshes’ into Boston. The nosh and the house sweet and sour infused vodka looks like it’s earned the seal of approval.

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Freelance Writer Corinne Costantino brings the “Best of Boston” to New England. Her work can be found on Examiner.com