BEST MARTINI Minneapolis 2007 - Moscow on the Hill
Any place that keeps a freezer just for its specialty vodka isn't messing around. You can order up a classic gin or vodka martini, but Moscow on the Hill also specializes in martinis with a twist—though not twisted enough to technically be cocktails. Meaning, at $7.95 a pop, you are getting your money's worth. Put another way, these drinks are not for drinkers with a delicate constitution. Strong concoctions include St. Basil (Privet Vodka and Frangelico), the popular Mikhail's Martini (Stoli Coffee and Vanil with a splash of Amaretto and some coffee beans delicately floated on top), and the unforgiving, yet spicy-delicious Russian Roulette (homemade horseradish vodka, Jägermeister, and a splash of dry Vermouth). Be sure to avoid open flames after consumption.