Oyster Bar in St. Pete launches new cocktails for Valentine's Day

One of them is appropriately named "The Young Lust."

click to enlarge The Pink Lady: Beefeater’s Pink gin, strawberry puree, simple syrup, and fresh lime juice. - C/O THE OYSTER BAR
C/O THE OYSTER BAR
The Pink Lady: Beefeater’s Pink gin, strawberry puree, simple syrup, and fresh lime juice.


The Oyster Bar is on a mission to take locals on a boozy trip down the tunnel of love this Valentine's Day (and all month long) with a new cocktail menu called the "Sweetheart Series." 

The four new cocktails range from sweet to fruity, and include the devilishly-named pour "The Young Lust" comprised of Grey Goose, peach schnapps, cranberry and orange juice. 

click to enlarge The Chocolate Kiss: Vanilla Vodka, Godiva chocolate and creme de cacao liqueurs, and Bailey’s. - C/O THE OYSTER BAR
C/O THE OYSTER BAR
The Chocolate Kiss: Vanilla Vodka, Godiva chocolate and creme de cacao liqueurs, and Bailey’s.

Can't make it in to slurp one down at the restaurant? The Oyster Bar, located 49 Central Ave. in St. Pete, is set to post how-to videos allowing followers to make these cocktails from the comfort of their own homes—and as strong or as weak as they please. Talk about a solid Valentine's Day gift. Still on the lookout for places to eat, drink and snag a last-minute reservation? We did the legwork for you in our Tampa Bay Valentine's Day dining guide.

click to enlarge The Young Lust: Grey Goose Vodka, peach schnapps, cranberry and orange juice. - C/O THE OYSTER BAR
C/O THE OYSTER BAR
The Young Lust: Grey Goose Vodka, peach schnapps, cranberry and orange juice.


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