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It’s not just beer and sake on tap at Brushstroke — the Japanese restaurant boasts a satisfying stable of mellow specialty cocktails. The drinks, billed as calming and introspective, are a nice complement to the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant's similarly-minded food menu. There’s the refreshing Kiwifruit cocktail, a muddle of the bright green fruit, Torikai Rice Shochu and fresh lemon juice. Or try the sweet yet slightly savory Corn cocktail, a mix of the harvest vegetable, sake and a dash of cream. Our favorite was the zesty Ginger cocktail, which utilizes Brushstroke’s housemade ginger ale.