5 to Try: Martini Bars

The martini has come a long way since James Bond's "shaken and not stirred" preference and other stiff options that were served with an olive or two back in the day. Flavorful and creative frou-frou concoctions with cotton candy to Red Bull energy drink ingredients rule bar menus in this decade. Find out where to experience martini madness in our Orlando Citysearch guide.

Updated: November 13, 2009

5 to Try


The Peacock Room

1321 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803

Head to a bar with a New York vibe while experiencing peace of mind with a Geisha-tini in the ViMi district. The martini includes Yazi ginger vodka and a splash of Zen green tea liqueur.


Bosendorfer Lounge

325 S Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801

Experience an artsy bar in the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Downtown Orlando. The lounge serves martinis named after musical references. Put some pep in your step with The Soprano martini. The drink includes Imperia vodka, Kahlua, Frangelico and Bailey's with a shot of Illy espresso.


Blue Martini

4200 Conroy Rd Ste H246, Orlando, FL 32839

Get a pick me up after a long day of shopping with the Grape Bomb martini at the Mall at Millenia. The mixture includes Three Olives grape vodka, Red Bull energy drink and a dash of Grenadine.


Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill

2911 Vineland Road, Kissimmee, FL 34746

Pair bodacious barbeque ribs, pulled pork, chicken or beef with a delectable martini at this restaurant chain. Cool off with the Blue Smoke, which features Three Olives berry vodka shaken with fresh sour mix, a dash of blue Curacao and rimmed with blueberry sugar.


T.G.I. Friday's

4151 Millenia Blvd., Orlando, FL 32839

Entice your sweet tooth with a Pink Punk Cosmo at this every-day-is-Friday chain. The martini features SKYY vodka, cranberry and pineapple juices and a freshly squeezed lime shaken and poured over a fluff of pink cotton candy in a martini glass. The cotton candy dissolves and mixes with the other ingredients and transforms into a sweet sensation.