The Boulevard is a cocktail which consists of Whiskey, Vermouth, Grand Marnier, and Orange Bitters.
"The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks," by David Embury, 1949
"Dry Manhattan with 2 or 3 dashes of Grand Marnier added to each drink. Use orange bitters, not angostura. A different version of this drink consists of a Medium Martini with a few dashes of grapefruit juice."
"Craft of the Cocktail," by Dale DeGroff, 2002
From G. Selmer Fougner of the 'New York Sun', 1935
- 40ml rye whiskey
- 12ml Grand Marnier
- 12ml dry vermouth
- Flamed orange peel for garnish
Stir with ice and strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with the flamed orange peel.
NB: Although DeGroff cites G. Selmer Fougner and the New York Sun from 1935, it is likely that the above recipe is his own rendition, rather than a verbatim copying of the recipe from the newspaper concerned.