Boardroom Spirits Announces New Partnership with Amani’s

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DOWNINGTOWN, PA — After experiencing flood damage from Hurricane Ida, Downingtown’s beloved Amani’s has opened back up for business after completing structural repairs. Amani’s, a 10-year restaurant staple of the Downingtown community, creates elevated farm-fresh cuisine while promoting local businesses.

After months of closure, Amani’s opened its doors to the public once again over the holiday season. The reopening comes with a new partnership with Lansdale distillery, Boardroom Spirits, who will be providing spirits for the restaurant’s seasonal cocktail menu. Guests can expect a wide array of Boardroom Spirits-inspired craft cocktails, including an Apricot Ginger Sour ($12) with Northbound Bourbon, Smoke Orange Fig Manhattan ($12) with Northbound Rye, Sassy Mary Martini ($11) with rosemary, honey and Boardroom Vodka and Winter Harvest Runner ($11) with Ship’s Cat Rum, plus $6 cocktail specials like a Strawberry Basil Smash with Boardroom Orange Liqueur and Cucumber Dill Gimlet with Boardroom American Dry Gin.

Amani’s will keep its traditional BYOB structure by serving farm-to-table dishes and allowing guests to bring their beer and wine. Meanwhile, guests should stay tuned for the upcoming addition of Amani’s North, a dedicated space for cocktails and tapas – a premier cocktail bar in Chester County, highlighting a unique Pennsylvania partnership with Boardroom.

“We’re excited to partner with Amani’s on this new project because we both pride ourselves on offering fresh, clean ingredients to our customers,” said Boardroom Spirits Co-owner Marat Mamedov. “We love working with local businesses and supporting them through the good and the bad. We’re excited to be a part of Amani’s comeback and next chapter with our partnership.”

“It has been a long road between having our restaurant damaged by Hurricane Ida on August 31 and reopening in December after rebuilding with our own hands,” said Amani’s owner Jeanine Amann. “Hell, or high water or both, we have made it, and we are so thankful to our customers and partners who supported us every step of the way. This new partnership with Boardroom will allow us to elevate our dining experience by offering an exception craft cocktails experience to complement our farm-fresh menu.”

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