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Kiss My Cocktail: Black & Gold and Big Blue from Morton's

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Why sit in a smoky, stinky sports bar, staring at those mini-skirt-clad waitresses and sucking down cheap beer when you can do the Super Bowl in style? (Besides, can't you get your best girl to wear a cheerleading uniform and serve you anytime?)

All seven of Morton's The Steakhouse South Florida locations are offering specialty drinks for you Indy and N'awlins fans, along with $5 bar bites throughout the game. Wondering where you can see the action? Anyone can belly up to the bar, but you fancy folk can also watch the pigskin fly on a nine-foot drop down screen in a private room, if you are so inclined. Or you can always get takeout and mix up these drinkies back home but, dang, what fun is that?

Black & Gold 
1 1/2 oz Bacardi rum
1 oz. fresh squeezed orange juice
1/2 oz. fresh squeezed lemon juice
Ginger beer

Directions: Shake all ingredients (except ginger beer) with ice and strain into a highball over ice cubes. Fill with ginger beer, then stir.

Big Blue 
1 1/2 oz Beefeater gin
Juice from 1 lemon
Juice from 1 lime
Sprite
1 splash Blue Curacao liqueur

Directions: Shake gin, lemon juice and lime juice in a shaker. Add ice. Shake and strain over ice cubes in a cocktail glass. Fill with Sprite, add curacao, then stir.

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