Musso & Frank Shared a Tutorial for Its Most Famous Sip – NBC Los Angeles

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You already know the Bond-iconic phrase “shaken, not stirred,” and you’re aware of how many olives fit snugly on a toothpick (two, but maybe three, if you really dig olives), and you know that a martini glass has that classic “V” shape and stunning stem.

But watching a talented bartender make your martini is a whole different thing, and seeing it happen before your eyes at Musso & Frank Grill?

It’s a pleasure for martini mavens, one that has been a Hollywood tradition for several decades.

If you’re trying to recreate the Musso & Frank experience in your own kitchen during this stay-at-home period, and you know that the landmark dining room uses a smaller glass, and that the temperature of the gin or vodka is key, but you still need some guidance, look to the new video that Musso’s just posted on Facebook.

Make the perfect Musso’s Martini!

One of our fans gave us a great idea! If your Mother, Grandmother, Wife, Aunt or any special lady in your life is craving a Martini for Mother’s Day we have your solution! Learn how to make one at home! Enjoy and let us know how it turns out!????????

Posted by Musso & Frank Grill on Friday, May 8, 2020

Andrea Scuto, the wine director and general manager for the Hollywood Boulevard restaurant, is at the helm of the interesting video, which is a step-by-step for concocting the celebrated cocktail.

Mr. Scuto gives fans a little insight into the Musso’s way of approaching the beverage, from the glassware to proper measuring to the mixing spoon.

Oh yes: This martini is stirred, not shaken.

The elegant eatery remains temporarily closed, but the video can provide a few moments of martini magic, even if you’re not physically sitting at Musso’s grand and woodsy bar in the restaurant’s eastern “New Room,” watching the red-jacket’d bartenders create not just lovely libations but moments to remember.

Cheers to that.



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