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Behind an unassuming red door branded with the crest of a glowing lion, the stark and Southeast Asian-inspired Pegu Club waits. There, in a gold-tinted room of rich mahogany fixtures, kimono-clad waitresses serve you extraordinary cocktail delicacies, such as the Earl Great MarTEAni, a mixture of Earl Grey-infused gin, fresh-squeezed lemon juice, and raw egg white. It's creamy, it's smoother than velvet, it capitalizes the word "Cocktail," and, like every other drink on the menu, it's totally worth 13 bucks.
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The bartenders at Pegu Club take their drinks very seriously. Sit at the bar and just watch them do their magic. It's wonderful. All of the drinks are delicious and top-notch. The cocktails do change seasonally, but I especially love the Earl Grey MarTeani. (get it?!) It is just like it sounds: early grey-infused gin with a little simple syrup and egg white to make it frothy. YUM. Do be careful. The drinks go down extremely easy ('cuz they're good) but they are strong.
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