Excerpted from Holly Arnold Kinney’s “Shinin’ Times at The Fort”
Fruit “sangarees” – cocktails similar to the wine beverage sangria – were popular in the days of Bent’s Old Fort. Fruit syrups were combined with red wine and ice for a cool, refreshing drink. Made the same way at The Fort, they’ve previously been in high demand during the hot summer months.
Cool off by blending up this tasty recipe at home, or join us for one of our renowned … Read the entire post >
The Kentucky Derby has a rich history behind it—and our take on the perfect Derby Day cocktail, the Real Georgia Man Mint Julep, does, too!
Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr., grandson of famed frontier explorer William Clark, fell in love with thoroughbred horse racing during a trip to Paris and decided to bring it to his home state of Kentucky. He founded the Louisville Jockey Club in 1872, and built Churchill Downs shortly after. The first Kentucky Derby was held in … Read the entire post >
Christmas in Old Santa Fe is a delightful experience. The cool, crisp winter air is perfumed with smoke from piñon and native cedar fires. On Christmas Eve, many Santa Feans travel south about 40 miles to a wonderful American Indian pueblo called San Felipe for a very special occasion. The little church is lit with oil lamps, and American Indians dance up to the altar in a prayer ceremony, followed by a midnight mass.
At The Fort, we follow a … Read the entire post >