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Chef Jason Stratton is perhaps best known for the pastas and rustic Piedmont fare at Spinasse, but over at Artusi, the man’s a talented bartender as well. Photo: Lucas Anderson

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Like its inspiration, the Red Hook, Stratton’s version is based on rye, Punt e Mes, and maraschino. Photo: Lucas Anderson

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The Pink Hook is also inspired by the Aviation, while the Red Hook is itself inspired by the Manhattan. Got that? Photo: Lucas Anderson

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Ingredients get combined, shaken, then strained into a chilled glass. Photo: Lucas Anderson

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Side note: It’s not often you see the dapper Stratton sporting a T-shirt. Photo: Lucas Anderson

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Adding grapefruit balances the sweet, funky spice in the maraschino. Photo: Lucas Anderson

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The end result even matches Artusi’s decor. Photo: Lucas Anderson

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