Eat + Drink

This is How We Juneteenth

On June 19, 1865, enslaved African-Americans in Galveston, Texas, were told they were free. A century and a half later, people in cities and towns across the U.S. continue to celebrate the occasion. Juneteenth today celebrates African American freedom and achievement, while encouraging continuous self-development and respect for all cultures.

We've partnered with Author Nicole A. Taylor and Mixologist Tiffanie Barriere to create cocktails that embody our culture and how we celebrate as a community.

Summer’s Gift Cocktail

This wine cocktail gives new life to the McBride Sisters Red Blend. I suggest Bruce Cost or Barritts ginger beers, and the orange bitters are a must.

Juneteenth Ruby Punch

Rum, pineapples, oranges, and peach slices mixed together with Black Girl Magic Red Blend to create one of the finest Juneteenth cocktails out there!