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National Vodka Day in The Big Apple
Where to go to snag the best vodka cocktails

You don't really need a holiday in order to enjoy some vodka, but we'll jump at any excuse to keep drinking! New York City is all about nightlife so we've rounded up some of the best vodka cocktails for you to celebrate this holiday with!

Bread & Tulips serves up their signature drink, the Cucumber Detox, for just $12. The refreshing drink includes Luksusowa Vodka, St Germain, kiwi, cucumber, and lime. No need for a spa day when you're sipping on this drink! SideBAR is dishing out Vision of Fall, a cocktail blended with Vision Vodka, Pinnacle Whipped, Pumpkin Spice Liqueur, Bailey's and a splash of milk, with a cinnamon sugar rim. Talk about gearing up for Fall!

If you hail from Brooklyn, head to Northeast Kingdom for the Vermont Mule ($10), which is made with Tito's Handmade Vodka, fresh pears, and ginger syrup. Carmine's knows how to please its customers with $12 Harvest Punch. This Fall-inspiried 'tail is blended with Absolut Orient Apple, fresh cranberries, lemon juice, Canton Ginger Liqueur, and simple syrup. The UES restaurant Hospoda is offering three vodka-infused libations, including The Butternut Squash and Bacon Bloody Mary, made with vodka, butternut squash puree, and bacon, the Figment, made with fig puree, pimento dram, Russian Standard Vodka, and Coca-Cola, and lastly, the Apple-Pear Martini, made with pear puree, apple juice, Russian Standard Vodka, with a cinnamon stick garnish. 

The Americano is serving Chelsea residents The Antigua ($16), which is made with Grey Goose Cherry Noir, apple juice, allspice dram, citrus, absinth rinse, and cracked pepper. It is truly out of this world. And last but certainly not least, The Russian Tea Room is known for their vodka. Try out their Russian Sampler, which features four homeland vodka, including the Beluga, made with hyaline artesian water and the Imperia, distilled from winter wheat. Opt for the 4x4, which allows patrons to experience vodkas made from different staples from four different countries, such as Karlssons from Sweden and made from potatoes, ZYR from Russia made from Rye, Ultimat from Poland and made from grain and Hangar 1 from America and made from wheat. Talk about a lot of vodka!