Tonight: Movie Night At Franklin Mortgage

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It’s movie night again at Franklin Mortgage. And while no, they’re not actually showing the movie (which, they explained, would be either illegal or really, really expensive), they have put together a cocktail menu inspired by the awesome (and often tragically undervalued) Luc Besson science fiction cult hit, The Fifth Element.

Yeah, the one where Milla Jovovich spends most of the movie almost naked. Didn’t I already say it was awesome?




Anyway, drink-slingers Christina Rando and Colin O'Neill have got a Fhloston Paradise menu all put together and they'll be serving it tonight starting at 5pm. So if you're a fan (or even if you just really like drinking), get on over there and have yourself a Korben Dallas: Meat Popsicle. And while you're waiting, check out the full menu after the jump.

Fhloston Paradise: The Fifth Element

Franklin Mortgage : Monday, March 10

Leeloo Dallas: Multipass

Beefeater gin, Flor de Cana 4yr rum, Dolin Blanc,

Vanilla Syrup, Lemon and Orange Juices, Orange Cream Citrate,

Dr. Adam Elemgirab’s Spanish Bitters

Served Tall with Club soda

Korben Dallas: Meat Popsicle

Hayman’s Old Tom and Tanqueray gins, Demerara,

Brown Sugar, Lemon and Pineapple Juices,

Hellfire Habanero Shrub and Memphis Barbeque Bitters

Served on Crushed Ice

The Diva

Espolon Blanco Tequila, Cointreau,

Lime and Orange Juices

Served Up and Blue

Big Badda Boom

El Dorado 3yr rum, Del Maguey Crema de Mezcal

Lemon Juice, Cinnamon and Vanilla Syrups,

Aphrodite Bitters, Topped with Club Soda

Super Green!

Landy VS Cognac, Six Grapes Ruby Port,

Dubbonet and Grand Marnier

Jerry Thomas’ Bitters

Served Up

Ecto Gammet

[Never again, without my permission]

A Tecate and an Orange Daiquiri Shot

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