Behind a carefully hidden door, a unique cocktail awaits
Yes, hipsters have finally made it to Geneva. Finish off a day of sightseeing in the old town in the Cirque neighbourhood, home to several trendy bars and cafés.
At Bleu Nuit, diners can feast on a small, carefully curated menu serving fresh, local ingredients. But beforehand, sneak into their speakeasy, Le Frigo. Hidden behind a vintage refrigerator door, the tiny bar is known for its sassy creations and speakeasy feel. Sweet talk the bartender and let her know your tastes for a custom cocktail prepared with pizazz.
Don’t miss the Orient Express, a melange of spiced gin, bergamot liqueur, egg white and cardamom bitters and frothy enough to leave a slight moustache. ◼
© This article was first published in June-July 2019 edition of World Travel Magazine.