Eat and Drink Get into the Olympic spirit with these drinks specials The Sochi Gold cocktail at The World Bar is made with Russian vodka, yellow peach and ginger puree, Champagne and a gold leaf. Photo Credit: The World Bar By MEREDITH DELISO email@example.com @themerryness February 18, 2014 5:06 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The Winter Olympics may be winding down soon, but it's not too late to get into the spirit of the festivities. These Manhattan bars and restaurants are serving up specialty cocktails and deals in honor of the Sochi games. But you can't wait too long -- these specials are only available now until the closing ceremony on Sunday. The World Bar Located fittingly across from the United Nations, the World Bar in Trump World Tower has concocted The Sochi Gold in honor of the Winter Games. The glowing cocktail consists of Russian vodka (of course), yellow peach and ginger puree, Champagne and a Gold Leaf and lemon wheel garnish. $12.50; 845 United Nations Plaza, 212-935-9361 Moran's Chelsea Here's another gold cocktail option that will make you feel like a winner. The Gold Torch at Moran's Chelsea is comprised of brewed ginger tea and garnished with brown sugar and honey for a sweet finish. $9; 146 10th Ave., 212-627-3030 Two E Bar and Lounge The Upper East Side bar, found inside The Pierre hotel, has crafted not one but five specialty cocktails, inspired by each color of the Olympics Rings. For example, there's the Triple Salchow in honor of the yellow ring, comprised of Russian Standard Vodka, limoncello, spice chai tea, orange juice and steamed milk and white chocolate. Each day, one of the cocktails will be 50% off based on which event is on. $16; 2 E. 61st St., 212-940-8113 Mixing Room Tired of vodka? Head to the Mixing Room, the jazz-inspired bar inside of the Lexington New York City hotel in midtown, which is celebrating the Olympics with its Three Medal Margarita menu, featuring Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal margaritas. You can also order three beers for $22, in honor of these 22nd Winter Olympic Games. 511 Lexington Ave., 212-755-4400 By MEREDITH DELISO firstname.lastname@example.org @themerryness Meredith has been a features editor with amNewYork since 2013, covering dining, health, travel and books. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.