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You’ll find several rare liquors on hand at The Immigrant Restaurant, with the most exclusive selections in the scotch and cognac categories. Among some of the notable offerings is a Francois Voyer “Tres Vieux” cognac. Only 221 bottles of the liquor were produced in 1936, one of which resides at The Immigrant Restaurant, alongside a Remy Martin “King Louis XIII” cognac. The Immigrant Restaurant also holds a bottle of rare John Walker scotch that predates the Johnnie Walker distillery, and is only one of 330 bottles ever produced. Other noteworthy offerings include a 150-year-old Grand Marnier and a Suntory Yamazaki Single Malt Whiskey, in addition to Glenlivet XXV and Macallan 25 year Single Malt Scotches. Just ask your server or the knowledgeable wine director for suggestions and more information on any or all of the liquors the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant serves.