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NYC’s Peak Makes A $125 Pappy Van Winkle Cocktail Dubbed The Pappy Plane

Peak restaurant in NYC’s Hudson Yards just stirred up a $125 Pappy Van Winkle cocktail. The drink has been dubbed, The Pappy Plane, since it's a riff on the classic Paper Plane...

Two James Beard Award-Winning Chefs Are Bringing Cocktails From Their West Village Restaurant To Your Home

James Beard award-winning chefs Jody Williams and Rita Sod are bringing craft cocktails from their acclaimed West Village restaurant, Via Carota, to your home. The ready-to-pour Via Carota Craft Cocktails celebrate the...

Turning Japanese Cold Noodles Into A Cocktail

Double Chicken Please continues to subvert the cocktail world by turning our favorite meals into delicious drinks. Case in point, their Japanese Cold Noodle, a pina colada twist that somehow manages to...

A French Onion Martini That Investigates Making Salinized Soil Usable For Crop Growing

In their latest cocktail menu, Amsterdam’s Super Lyan explores The Netherlands’ relationship with water. While bars across the globe have begun exploring drinks through a sustainable lens, few have done it as...

Ponche del Socialista From Punch Room at The Madrid EDITION Honors Cocktail History

Cocktails began with Punch. It’s where all other alcoholic mixed drinks come from. While the history of the drink and its origins are a bit hazy, we can all agree that good...

NYC’s Double Chicken Please Turned Cold Pizza Into A Savory Margarita

Double Chicken Please is the hottest bar in New York, and for good reason. The Lower East Side space is stirring, shaking, and crafting some of the most inventive cocktails on the...

NYC’s Skylark Delivers An Autumnal Take On A New Orleans Classic

Say what you like about Times Square, from 30 stories up its pure spectacle. That’s the perspective The Skylark delivers. The swank NYC lounge mixes old school elegance with modern luxury, masterfully...

Lullaby’s Signature Serve Is A Manhattan Variation Worthy Of Neighborhood Designation

Manhattan variations named after New York City neighborhoods are nothing new. There’s the Brooklyn (rye, dry vermouth instead of sweet,  maraschino liqueur, and tough-to-find Amer Picon), the Red Hook (rye, maraschino liqueur,...

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