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Bar Food: Fried Olives Are So Much Better Than Regular Olives

Dec 27, 2015 · Entertaining Houston

But you already knew that frying makes everything better.

How Some Bars Reign at Retail

Dec 27, 2015 · Bartenders Only

Want to take a piece of the bar home with you? At these places, you can.

Chicago Chef John Manion on Where He Goes When He’s Not Working

Dec 27, 2015 · People Travel Chicago

Lots of great spots in Chicago. And his favorite bar in the world. In Argentina.

5 Colorful Ways to Drink More Pomegranate This Season

Dec 21, 2015 · Cocktails

Love the sweet-tart fruit in all its forms? Try it in wintry Sangria and boozy popsicles.

Best Damn Brewing Co. Gives the Gift of Alcoholic Root Beer

Dec 21, 2015 · News Products Trends

A harder soft drink may be the best damn thing that happened to you this holiday.

The Kir Royale is Back!

Dec 20, 2015 · Cocktails Kir Royale The Aristocrat Boston New York

Though it never truly left, the classic Champagne cocktail is extra popular these days.

Get Into the Manhattan Experience While You Can | Partner Tip

Dec 18, 2015 ·

Hey, Manhattan master: What are you waiting for? If you think you make a mean version of this classic cocktail, put your skills to the test and enter the Manhattan Experience now sponsored by Woodford Reserve. For the competition, entrants must make two cocktails: your version of a classic Manhattan, made with Woodford Reserve Distiller’s […]

5 Champagne-Infused Desserts for Your New Year’s Party

Dec 18, 2015 ·

Let the corks fly and bubbly flow into elegant desserts your guests won’t soon forget.

A New Kind of Irish Bar

Dec 18, 2015 · Bartenders Only Chicago

GreenRiver celebrates Chicago’s Irish-American roots.

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