Cocktail Hour

Bar Seki is Born

Bar Seki is Born

New York Sushi and Sake lovers rejoice! Chef Seki is opening his third outpost in the Theater District this week with a gorgeous bi-level experience and we were lucky enough to get a sneak peek. As New York City sushi lovers know, Chef Seki is simply one of the best. He is known as the […]

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Hendrick’s Dominates

Hendrick’s Dominates

  Infused with both rose and cucumber, Hendrick’s Gin has virtually taken over the mainstream gin market. This is a significantly high-quality product that is made in extremely small batches. “Small batch” typically means 1,000 liters or fewer. Hendrick's distills their batches 450 liters at a time, which gives their master distiller even greater control […]

| July 7, 2014
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Tam O’shanter-Los Angeles’ Oldest Restaurant

Tam O’shanter-Los Angeles’ Oldest Restaurant

Yes, that is the hard fact about this Scottish style pub/restaurant in Los Feliz that opened in 1922—although though there are a couple of others that may have opened at an earlier date, none have had this length of history at the same location. Why it has taken me so long to explore this slice […]

| August 30, 2013
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Living Social

Living Social

Located on 8th Avenue between 48th and 49th Street, Social Bar is a neighborhood Irish Pub that sparkles with a fun energy—a great hangout for locals and a destination for some serious bar grub. With a nice selection of local and micro brews and delicious specialty cocktails like the Coconut Mojito (Bacardi Coconut, fresh mint, […]

| August 13, 2013
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What Goes Into an $800 Bottle Of Grand Marnier?

What Goes Into an $800 Bottle Of Grand Marnier?

Quintessence, is similar to the traditional version of Grand Marnier in that it is a marriage of cognac and distilled orange liqueur. But it is here that they part ways. 20 different cognacs are used in the production of this trophy brand, all of which are world-class and aged in French Oak. Created in 2011, […]

| August 3, 2013
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Happy National Tequila Day!

Happy National Tequila Day!

Tracing back to the Aztec Gods themselves, this spirit is one of our favorites and we strongly recommend having fun with it! Don’t settle on celebrating National Tequila Day with a standard margarita. “The American palate is so sophisticated these days. It goes hand-in-hand with the foodie movement – people want to know that what […]

| July 24, 2013
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Red Robin introduces One-of-a-Kind Can-Crafted™ Cocktails

Red Robin introduces One-of-a-Kind Can-Crafted™ Cocktails

You may do a double take when you first set eyes on the all new Red Robin Can-Crafted Cocktails. Last month Red Robin introduced an innovative way to serve up beer and simultaneously launched two new exclusive beer cocktails served in a limited edition, reusable beer can.  If you enjoy Red Robin’s signature beer milkshakes, […]

| July 16, 2013
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Fourth Of July Skinnygirl Cocktails

Fourth Of July Skinnygirl Cocktails

Fourth of July barbeques are always a blast. The hotdogs and hamburgers are oh so irresistible, and who can pass up those delicious sides? But with beach season in full swing, you really have to pick your spots in order to avoid packing on the pounds. Thanks to Skinnygirl cocktails we can have our drinks […]

| July 1, 2013
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The Beers of Summer

The Beers of Summer

The summer solstice has officially come and gone. Many of you are washing out your coolers and busy trying to decide on what to chill for a steamy BBQ, or simply a backyard hangout. The right choices for summer vary greatly from those appropriate for cold days. Here are a few suggestions that will awaken […]

| June 30, 2013
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Peach Jalapeño Sangria

Peach Jalapeño Sangria

Don’t know what to serve on those hot summer days? Do you want to mix it up a bit and tantalize your taste buds? Try this spicy twist on sangria for rave reviews! DFW’s Peach Jalapeño Sangria Featuring Morro Bay Sauvignon Blanc and Van Gogh Cool Peach Vodka Ingredients: 2 bottles of Morro Bay Sauvignon […]

| June 7, 2013
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