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First Look: Cocktails at Atrium Dumbo in Brooklyn

First Look Maryse Chevriere 1 comment

In drinks at Atrium Dumbo, designed by PDT alum Payman Bahmani and Alexander LaPratt, a veteran of Jean-Georges and db Bistro Moderne, you'll find everything from exotic citrus and spices (kalamansi, ras el hanout) to everyday kitchen staples (olive oil, balsamic vinegar, bread.) More

5 Things You Might Not Know About Ice and Water

Amy Cavanaugh 6 comments

At Tales of the Cocktail, Bobby Heugel and Alba Huerta from Anvil Bar & Refuge in Houston and Camper English of Alcademics explored the role water and ice has played in drinks throughout history. Here are a few tidbits you might not have heard before. More

Highlights from SF Chefs Bar Bites in San Francisco

Event Recaps Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

Standouts included a killer homemade hot sauce from Plum Bar in Oakland and a pisco drink from Roka Akor's Daniel Hyatt, made with spiced and salted lime juice. More

The Love Boat Pops Up Monday Nights in San Francisco

Where to Drink: San Francisco Wes Rowe Post a comment

After a successful run at Big, which closed in June, barmen Brian Felley and Mo Hodges have taken up a Monday night residency at Muka, an upcoming tapas restaurant located between Hayes Valley and Civic Center. They're serving rum-focused cocktails alongside tacos from Tango & Stache. More

First Look: It's All About Scotch at The Old Sage in Seattle

First Look Naomi Bishop 2 comments

The oddity of bright, eccentric murals in the middle of a classic, dark space underlines Brian McCracken and Dana Tough's struggle away from bar trends. Nobody else was paying much attention to scotch, they point out. "Smoked meats and malts," the sign proclaims over the door of the Old Sage, sibling to Tavern Law, Spur, and the Coterie Room, succinctly getting to the heart of the mater. More

Report from Tales of the Cocktail: On Mixology for Everyone

Carey Jones 1 comment

I've often thought that the most important outcomes of the modern craft cocktail movement aren't at the frontier; it's in the filtering-down of this knowledge to the rest of America's bars. At Tales of the Cocktail this year, I found a good deal of attention paid to the everyman's cocktail—not at the cutting edge of mixology, but in the rest of those bars out there. More

3 Refreshing Blackberry Cocktails to Make at Home

Recipe Roundups Heather Meldrom Post a comment

It is screaming hot outside and, for those of us who don't have the option of bobbing around in a pool or ocean all day (so....all of us, probably), we need to figure out as many ways as possible to keep our cool. The good news is that with summer heat comes sweet, juicy summer berries. Here are 3 drink recipes that put blackberries to good use. More

6 Great Bars in Louisville, Kentucky

Carey Jones 8 comments

It's easy to have a good time in Louisville. The gateway to bourbon country has bars to please every sort of drinker—the cocktail enthusiast, the brown-spirits sipper, the shot-and-beer habituant. Here are six bars I loved on a recent trip. More

Drink Your Watermelon: 5 Great Recipes for Summer Sipping

Recipe Roundups The Serious Eats Team 1 comment

Watermelon has a great affinity for tart lime and delicately flavored spirits; here are a few of our favorite recipes for summer watermelon drinks. More

5 Simple Cider Cocktails to Make This Summer

Recipe Roundups The Serious Eats Team 4 comments

These easy drinks are light, tart, and refreshing, slightly fizzy and not too alcoholic—just right for cooling off on a muggy day. More

Goodbye, Pantone: New Menu at San Francisco's Trick Dog

Where to Drink: San Francisco Maggie Hoffman 3 comments

It's become a San Francisco must-Instagram: the iconic Pantone-swatch menu of the Mission's Trick Dog. But seven months into the bar's tenure on 20th Street, they've done away with the vivid color-swatch booklet, and started fresh with a record album full of new drinks. More

How to Make (and Use) Apricot Liqueur at Home

DIY Projects Autumn Giles 2 comments

I wanted to be sure I had the best possible liqueur-making method, aiming to figure out if fresh or dry apricots were best, if the apricot pits added anything to the flavor, and whether adding the sweetener before or after the infusion period was better. More

What Are You Drinking, Robert Simonson?

What Are You Drinking? Maggie Hoffman 5 comments

We chat with Robert Simonson, cocktail writer for the New York Times, about what he's been drinking lately, how he got into the spirits-writing business, and where he sees the cocktail scene going next. More

Ask a Bartender: What Drink Would You Bring Back?

Ask a Bartender Carey Jones 3 comments

Sure, Old Fashioneds and Corpse Revivers might be back in fashion these days, but not every once-overlooked drink has made a comeback. More

Where to Drink Cocktails in Paris, France

Forest Collins 10 comments

It's an exciting time for cocktails in France: the current crowd has developed a more adventurous mindset when it comes to drinks, and bars are responding with ever-more interesting (and delicious) ways to quench your cocktail cravings. Here's our guide to the best cocktail bars in Paris, old and new. More

Use Fresh Basil in These 5 Delicious Drinks

Recipe Roundups Maggie Hoffman 6 comments

I planted a ton of basil this year, hoping to use it in a classic tomato-and-mozzarella salad and sprinkled on grilled pizza. But as my basil plants begin to shoot up above the planter's rim, I'm starting to dream big. And for me, that means drinks. More

Skip Cocktail Measuring with the ReJigger

Amalia Safran 11 comments

What the ReJigger does is simple: it has a compartment for the right quantity of each ingredient for a mixed drink. (Inventor Marcus Wang claims it makes an 'endless number' of different cocktails, but he starts with 9 basic recipes.) The Rejigger then caps onto a standard pint glass so you can shake the drink, and then works as a strainer to get the chilled cocktail into your serving glass. More

First Look: Cocktails at The Berkshire Room, Chicago

First Look Anthony Todd 2 comments

Why open yet another craft cocktail lounge in a city filled with them? "I saw a gap in the drinking scene in Chicago," Benjamin Schiller explains. "There wasn't a place where you could go and get a craft cocktail, but if you wanted a vodka soda you'd be treated the exact same way." More

First Look: Cocktails from Daniel Hyatt at Roka Bar, San Francisco

First Look Maggie Hoffman 5 comments

"This place is over the top," says bar manager Daniel Hyatt (formerly of The Alembic) of his new bar at Roka Akor in San Francisco's Jackson Square. We took a peek at the bar, the massive ice-making machine, and Hyatt's summer cocktails. More

12 Red, White, and Blue Drinks for Independence Day

Recipe Roundups The Serious Eats Team 1 comment

A few of our favorite color-coordinated cocktails for your July 4th bash. More

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