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While the wine selection is large enough to outshine almost everything in the bar, the specialty cocktail list at the Final Cut Steak & Seafood should not be overlooked. Our favorites at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant are the surprisingly refreshing selections that bring a tart kick that gets the palate ready for dinner. The French 75 mixes gin, champagne and sweetened lemon juice, while the La Floridita Daiquiri is a beguilingly simple combination of rum, maraschino liqueur and lime juice. While the citrusy cocktails offer a nice prelude to the heaviness of a steak dinner, some people prefer bolder drinks. More bracing libations include a riff on the Sazerac that’s made with bourbon and a Negroni with gin, Campari and sweet vermouth that bring a Rat Pack touch to your meaty meal.