These two are the epicentre of cocktail culture in Revelstoke. Cocktail culturist Jay Shoji hosted a sold-out Elliot Brood show at Traverse before shutting down until the Halloween party. He took Saturday night off at the Cabin

Photo: Revelstoke cocktail culturists

Jay Shoji and Agnes Kowalczuk gather to unveil the Cabin's new cocktail menu – part of an ongoing Cornucopia photo series.

Cornucopia: These two are the epicentre of cocktail culture in Revelstoke. Cocktail culturist Jay Shoji hosted a sold-out Elliot Brood show at Traverse before shutting down until the Halloween party. He took Saturday night off at the Cabin, where host Agnes Kowalczuk unveiled the new Cabin cocktail menu, including a new line of cocktails, caesars, fishbowls and more, including this new strawberry ice-cream cocktail. She also had an extravagant chocolate fondue display. Did you know the Cabin’s cocktails earned a mention in New York-based GQ Magazine? Yup.

 

 

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