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7 of the Best Happy Hour Spots in NYC

Oh boy do New Yorkers love their “happy hours.” It’s that delightful window of time before dinner when many bars and restaurants drop their prices on wine, beer and cocktails in an attempt to lure in the post-work crowds. 410 more words

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What Makes A Good Bartender?

In New York City there are more than a few bars and each of them have the bartenders that work them. However not every bartender is a good one and the bad ones can truly throw off the relaxing vibes of being in a bar with friends. 373 more words

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Bourbon Heritage Month Has Begun


September is Bourbon Heritage Month which means that I will be partaking in the beverage a little more than usual this month. The national observance was first declared in 2007, and has been celebrated in Kentucky and around the country ever since. 160 more words

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Let's make something strange

Ginger beer. Everyone loves ginger beer, it’s spicy, refreshing and peppery. So whilst reading The Bar Book by Jeffery Morganthaler I saw his recipe for ginger beer and thought to try my hand at it. 756 more words

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Baccarat Hotel, Rooftop Luxurious Oasis

It’s 90+ degrees outside. Why must civilization be this hot? In Midtown no less. Is there no respite, no rarefied air, for humans in this Gotham? 150 more words

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George Clooney of drinks

I’m not a soda person. I used to like iced tea. But then I met bourbon, so I went from Snapple to Bulleit real quick. There are few things I wouldn’t do for a fat iced almond milk latte or a gingery bourbon situation. 192 more words

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St Marks Disciples

SINGING PRAISES TO GENEROUS SAINT MARK ON GOLDEN AFTERNOONS AND SILVER MIDNIGHTS AT THE EAST VILLAGE SOCIAL…DESIGN HYBRIDS FOR THE BEST OF NEW AND OLD NEW YORK…TRACKING THE MOVEMENTS OF MODERN BOHEMIANS AS THEY IMBIBE, DIGEST, PERFORM AND PONTIFICATE IN CELEBRATION OF NOW… 962 more words