Where Bartenders Drink

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Where Bartenders Drink in New York City

New York's an exciting drinking town, full of creative cocktail dens, innovative wine and beer bars, and old-school dives. We polled 14 of New York's top bartenders, including Joaquín Simó of Pouring Ribbons, Dan Greenbaum of The Beagle, Leo Robitschek of The Nomad, Maxwell Britten of Maison Premiere, and more to find out where we should drink when we want to drink like the pros. More

Where Bartenders Drink in Austin, Texas

They shake them, strain them, and pour them, but where do they drink 'em? Austin is home to many great bartenders who can make a mean drink. They also listen to guests ramble on about their problems, break up bar fights, and clean up spilled beers. After a long shift, it's their turn to unwind. We asked 8 bartenders about their favorite watering holes, whether they're looking for craft beer, calm outdoor space, or classy cocktails. More

Where Bartenders Drink in Seattle, WA

Some of Seattle's best bartenders are also some of the city's best drinkers, and when these folks drink, they know where to go for a tipple. We've rounded up a group of people who know their beverages and aren't afraid to spill the beans on where to find the good stuff, whether you're in the mood for a divey bar or a sophisticated spot to sip wine. More

Where Bartenders Drink in Boston

Next up in our "Where Bartenders Drink" series? Boston. The area has more than its share of faux-Irish pubs, Sox/Patriots sports bars, and campus-adjacent underage drinker targets—but you can get fantastic cocktails in this town, too, or find a place to try beers you've never heard of. We asked eight Boston bartenders where they drink; here are their picks around the city (with lots of Cambridge, Somerville, and Allston, too). More

Where Bartenders Drink in Washington, D.C.

If you're new to the city or just tend to draw a blank come 5 p.m., you're in luck. We've asked 6 of our favorite bartenders in the District for their favorite bars in 3 categories: dive bars, cocktails bars, and bars to go for beer and wine. Click through to the slideshow to find out where D.C.'s bartenders go to quench their thirst. More

Where to Drink in Dublin: An Irish Bartender's Guide to Pubs and More

The fine editors at Serious Eats asked me, a 15+ year Dublin bartender, to opine on the best ways to imbibe in my city. This guide is intended for newcomers to Dublin and should give you a very rough idea of where to go and what to drink (whilst simultaneously preventing you from coming to harm on your first night). What happens after that is your own business: I take no responsibility for your safety, wellbeing, personal finances, romantic entanglements, hangovers, the stock market or anything else that happens while you're here. If you go home with stories to tell, well, then you've got the idea. More

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