Created Summer Cocktail Menu At PAESE King St. W.
TORONTO, July 4, 2012 – London, England’s loss is Toronto’s gain.
Shane Mulvany, who has worked with internationally-renowned cocktail innovator Tony Conigliaro at 69 Colebrooke Row (3-time ‘World’s Best Bar Nominee’) and The Zetter Townhouse, is now head bartender at Toronto’s PAESE Ristorante (, 333 King St. W.
Said PAESE’s Tony Loschiavo, “Shane has solid mixology and bar management experience working in London, England for the past four years. He also worked with two Michelin Starred chef Marcus Wareing, when he opened the The Gilbert Scott.
PAESE’s General Manager Gordon Adams said, “We are fortunate to have Shane Mulvany on our team. I don’t believe anyone in Toronto can do what he does with drinks. His many scientific cocktail-making methods were learned at Conigliaro’s Drink Factory lab and he’s putting that experience into practice at PAESE.
Come and enjoy PAESE’s new Summer Cocktail Menu listed below:

  • Raspberry Mule

Absolut Vodka, Raspberry Syrup, Lime Juice, and Ginger beer                                                                  

  • St Croix Rum Fix – Appleton Estate Rum, Pineapple, Lemon Juice and Sugar     
  • Rhubarb Bellini
    Rhubarb Syrup and Prosecco           
  • Remember the Maine
    Four Roses Bourbon, Martini Rosso, Cherry Brandy and a dash of Absinthe     
  • Clover Club
    Beefeater Gin, Raspberries, Lemon Juice and Sugar                                                                                                                                                                    
  • Tommy’s Margarita
    Blanco Tequila, Lime Juice and Agave Syrup                                                                    
  • Aperol Spritz
    Aperol and Prosecco           
  • Gin Julep
    Beefeater Gin, Mint, Lemon Juice, Sugar and Green Chartreuse     
  • Scofflaw
    Four Roses Bourbon, Dry Vermouth, Lemon Juice and Homemade Grenadine     
  • Spiced Strawberry Swizzle
    Havana Club Blanco, Spiced Strawberry Syrup, Lime Juice and Homemade Falernum     


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