Liberty Bar and Restaurant is a Tallahassee bar that serves specialty cocktails created with homemade syrups in unexpected tastes and combinations. It is a welcoming hangout that serves upscale pub grub, one-of-a-kind handcrafted cocktails, and artisan draught beer. This is the ideal spot for a bite to eat while sipping a martini. For the last six years, the cuisine has included fresh local foods. Favorites on the liberty house cocktail menu include the one-star review with tequila and fresh pineapple, the critical hit with bourbon and spice pear syrup, Peter Rabbit with rum and spice syrup, and the morning star with gin and lemon. They also provide classics, including the Hibiscus Mojito, Black Manhattan, Spicy Paloma, bottle beers, wine, and other beverages.
Every day from 5 to 7 pm, there is a happy hour with $5 wines, $1 off beers, and other specials! Seven Hills Hospitality Group owns Liberty Bar and Restaurant, which also owns El Cocinero, The Hawthorn, and Bar in 1903. Liberty offers skillfully created, one-of-a-kind drinks that incorporate house-made syrups and exotic tastes. With gourmet cuisine offering local, fresh products and new inventive things regularly, Liberty provides an ideal setting for clients from all walks of life. Thank you for allowing them to serve you over the past eight years; they look forward to many more. Please remember that Liberty is a “first come, first served” business that does not accept reservations. Liberty is unable to accommodate parties more significant than 12. Liberty is a welcome setting that captures both current and old America. They are an establishment that provides you with the best of time-honored hospitality traditions.
Liberty is where they come from, where they are going, and where you are always welcome. It’s becoming one of my favorite brunch locations! Great vibes, fantastic service, and delicious meal! We were greeted and seated immediately; our server was attentive and gave great tips regarding “the favorites.” I ordered the Hawthorne Quiche (goat cheese, spinach, tomatoes) with fruit, breakfast potatoes, and a salad. My sister ordered the Garden Omelet with cheese grits and bacon. My daughter requested steak and eggs with hash browns (she substituted scrambled for poached eggs); the eggs were topped with goat cheese and tasty hollandaise sauce. Also, my daughter and sister ordered mimosas and Irish coffee – which they both enjoyed. Note this restaurant is next to Hawthorne’s, a bistro-type restaurant and a sister restaurant to Liberty. So, next stop – Hawthorne’s!