As of Thursday, June 27, guests will notice a change upon entering LON’s at the Hermosa. No longer will the resort’s bar, Last Drop at the Hermosa, be just a cozy space to grab a cocktail before or after dinner. The highly regarded cocktail lounge has expanded its space to include a grill room with both couch and table seating. There will also live entertainment during happy hour and a new lunch menu, which will feature everything from salads and sandwiches to shared bites and pizzas from the new wood-burning oven. Already touting a high-end boutique cocktail program, this too will be reflected in the new menu, as both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options will be available.
“Undergoing this renovation to the space has taken our seating from accommodating 25 to 70 within Last Drop,” said Managing Director Michael Gildersleeve. “With casual dining being a huge culinary trend at the moment, specifically within the hospitality industry, it was important for us to create a new space, new menu and a more affordable price point for Valley residents and guests of The Hermosa Inn.”
In addition to the menu, décor and seating, Last Drop has also updated their website to include a series of mixology videos where Spirit Guide Travis Nass demonstrates various cocktail recipes, including “Fixin’ a Manhattan” and “Fixin’ an Apple Sour.” A new Facebook page also sets the casual dining locale apart from the resort and its fine-dining counterpart and will feature invites to special events, food and drink recipes and news from behind the bar.
ABOUT THE LAST DROP AT THE HERMOSA
Last Drop at the Hermosa has recently transformed from The Hermosa Inn’s resort lounge into a casual dining bar and grill set aside their fine-dining counterpart, LON’s at the Hermosa (www.lons.com). An expansion to the space has included a grill room with both couch and table seating, ample outdoor seating with mood lighting, daily happy hour features live entertainment and a new all-day menu features everything from salads and sandwiches to shared bites and pizzas from the new wood-burning oven. Already touting a high-end boutique cocktail program, this too is reflected in the new menu, as both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options are available – all hand-crafted by Last Drop’s mustachioed Spirit Guide Travis Nass. The highly regarded cocktail program will continue to highlight house-made liquors, tinctures and bitters, while the culinary prowess of LON’s Executive Chef Jeremy Pacheco will grace the pages of the food menu.