Raspberry Beret at Furio

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This martini is one of Furio's most popular, and it's served every Monday night for the Martinis and Manicures night the chic eatery hosts. On Monday nights, enjoy a happy hour menu with specially priced meals, and for $12, score a signature martini along with a manicure done in the restaurant. This drink is really sweet and fruity, but it packs a mean punch. Plus, it's super-simple to make.

The bartender: Brandon McSwain, bartender at Furio for nearly 3 years

The ingredients: 3/4 ounce raspberry vodka, 3/4 ounce orange vodka, 3/4 ounce black raspberry liqueur, splash cranberry juice, splash pineapple juice

How to make it:

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