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Inside the mind of Cody Goldstein.
Hear his side of the story.
Looking back at a legendary bar.
New York bartenders recently shared their finest recipes in the Smoky Malt Cocktail Challenge, sponsored by Ardbeg. Ben Rojo of Angel’s Share ultimately won, earning a trip to Scotland for his subtle and smoky masterpiece, Cailleach’s Bath Collins. He won’t be the only one to benefit from the competition, though. You, for instance, can check […]
Franky Marshall and Pamela Wiznitzer get into it.
Self-driving cars, suborbital space tourism, human head transplants… Pfff! We’ve seen the future, people, and it looks like this: 3-D cocktail garnishes. At a recent tasting event in New York City hosted by Scotch whisky brand Auchentoshan, guests got an eye full of what might just be the next wave in drink tinkering, a machine […]
Everyone’s obsession comes at a cost.
The owner of Bar Goto in New York City, Kenta Goto, makes the classic Manhattan at the foot of the landmark Flatiron building in Manhattan. Manhattan 1 oz sweet vermouth 3 oz bourbon 3 dashes Angostura bitters Garnish: Maraschino cherry Glass: Nick & Nora or cocktail Like what you see? Check out another Curbside Cocktails […]
Since August 2016, top bartenders from across the nation have been competing for the title of 2017 Bartender of the Year. Liquor.com and Heaven Hill Brands put out a call for entries for the second year of the competition. Bartenders responded with an overwhelming number of original cocktail recipes featuring Domaine de Canton French Ginger […]
Jell-O shot? No thanks. We’ll take a Jell-O glass, filled with a boozy frozen drink. From booze-infused candies to shot glasses made out of bacon and chocolate, our world is no stranger to outrageous ideas. But just when you thought you’d seen it all, The Fat Monk in New York City decided that on June […]
There’s no better way to celebrate Negroni Week than to kick back, relax and enjoy a $1,000 version of the classic Italian cocktail. Yes, you read that right. Advertisement Through June 11, Lot 45 in New York City is offering customers The $1,000 Negroni. The luxurious version of the drink combines Gran Patrón Platinum tequila […]
Talking shop with the barman at Library of Distilled Spirits.
Is something lost in translation?
Getting into it with abcV’s Jeremy Mustakas.
If you’ve always dreamed of cooking up the blue stuff in an RV just like your favorite TV chemist, now’s your chance. The Breaking Bad–themed RV bar from London-based company Lollipop is headed to NYC this summer. ABQ will serve up a DIY cocktail experience, complete with staff in hazmat suits and a makeshift laboratory to cook cocktails […]
Getting to the bottom of the trend.
There’s a lot to love about the classic Moscow Mule. But do you love it enough to drink 10 pounds of it? Two New York City bars think you do. The Beach at Dream Downtown and PHD Terrace at Dream Midtown are now offering the Mega Mule, a 164-ounce version of the classic Moscow Mule cocktail, for […]
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Cognac is stealing the spotlight in New York. Talented bartenders across the city are creating new signature cognac cocktails. Each recipe features rich, complex Hennessy V.S.O.P Privilège cognac—and is only available for a limited time. Whether you’re craving a new take on a familiar favorite or want to sip something surprising, now is time to find your new favorite cocktail in New York.
Smoke is good. Treat it right.
The average price of rent in a city is a pretty good way to measure cost of living, but what about the price of beer? Deutsche Bank recently released findings on how much a pint costs in a neighborhood pub in an expat area of a given city in 2017. Oslo led the list at $9.90, followed […]
The Doughnut Project is notorious for its creatively designed doughnuts. And these days, the New York bakery is stepping up its game for liquor enthusiasts with cocktail-inspired doughnuts. This new series launched on April 21 and will be going on each weekend through May 21, honoring five of its favorite NYC cocktail bars. Advertisement A […]
The 2017 Master of the Manhattan looks back at the competition
Put your money where your drink is.
Introducing The Strangers Club.
A breather is important.
Don’t be a bore.
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Almost everyone has an opinion on how to best enjoy scotch, but leave that decision to the experts. Visit one of these New York City bars to try Aberlour presented by top-notch bartenders. That could mean an original cocktail or a flight of craft beers and Aberlour expressions. Either way, you’re going to have a good experience with great single-malt whisky.
Mmm. Irish whiskey.
Now you can order a stunning cocktail that looks like molten metal.
Taking a deep dive into how the opening menu was built.
It’s complicated. But important.
One woman wonders.
It’s all about the right opportunity.
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It isn’t hard to find Irish Coffee in New York. But if you want a true cocktail rather than a spiked cup of coffee, stop by one of these local bars. Some of the city’s best bartenders are putting a wildly creative spin on the simple drink. Check out their recipes below, and decide which innovative Irish Coffee to try first.
The great New York bar nailed it out the gate.
Edda Bar is home base for aquavit and hygge.
Tonia Guffey, the bar manager at Dram in New York City’s Brooklyn, mixes up this rye whiskey cocktail next to the Brooklyn Bridge. The BK 1.5 oz rye 1 oz amaro .25 oz maraschino liqueur .25 oz dry vermouth 3 dashes Angostura bitters Glass: Double Old Fashioned Like what you see? Check out another Curbside […]
A smaller glass means more drinks.
Hint: It’s a shade of green.
The bees know what’s up.
Getting barrels of tequila aged exactly to bars’ specifications.
Drink and be healthy at the same time.
You can—and should—still cocktail in January.
The best of both worlds.
Maybe one’s near you.
It’s older. It may even be better.
The Eddy’s Luis Hernandez explains how.
Twelve months of keeping watch is ahead.
Everyone grows. Everyone learns.
Breaking down the (maybe) hot spirit.
Keeping it in the family can be an asset.
He knows. They just opened in Singapore.
Never stop learning.
Talk about a drinkable red wine.
And moving from restaurants to the bar business.
Talk about a showstopper!
Trick or treat or thirst or meet.
Alcohol and floats go really well together.
Because nothing says fall like maple.
Bacardi Legacy winner Gn Chan lays it all out.
It’s the season for the forbidden fruit.
Get the most of out the fortified wine.
It’s like a beer Slurpee.
Darren Grenia of Brooklyn’s Yours Sincerely lays it all out.
And you thought there was only one right way.
The clear winners. From coast to coast.
Getting local with the locally minded vodka entrepreneur.
When you have this much culinary talent in a room, you better bring it.
It should come as no surprise that new bars are popping up in NYC all the time. Many of these spots are vanguards, offering new trends and styles of drinking. One might be a more relaxed craft spot, another might have sweeter-yet-balanced drinks, and still another might effortlessly incorporate high-tech equipment and techniques. At least one of these 11 new establishments could be your next favorite hangout.—Robert Haynes-Peterson
*Bars are listed alphabetically.
Rolling their way straight into your glass.
Even the classics could stand an update. Sometimes.
Rum is so good, so versatile, it deserves to be drunk all the time.
Because why not merge the bottle and the kitchen?
The holidays only happen once a year. Start slugging them back while you still can.
These are the vodka drinks to drink now, from Miami to Maine.
Glow-in-the-dark punch, a treasure chest stocked with rum and a giant blazing volcano that serves 300 people? You’re going to need a bigger straw.
From coconut water and aloe to raw eggs, these are the hair of the dogs a few of the best bartenders in the world rely on.
Want complex craft cocktails in a flash? Head to these bars that swap the shaker for high-quality, pre-batched drinks on-draft.
Something about each of these drinks makes the authorities all riled up.
HOW TO COCKTAIL: MANHATTAN, TWO WAYS Learn how to make this classic cocktail with top bartender Allison Widdecombe, as well as her own, award-winning variation. THE CLASSIC MANHATTAN INGREDIENTS: 2 oz Woodford Reserve Bourbon 1 oz Sweet vermouth 2 dashes Angostura Bitters Garnish: Oils from a lemon peel and a maraschino cherry Glass: Cocktail or coupe […]
New York’s The Happiest Hour knows the way to drinkers’ hearts and eyes.
Check out what happened at the Bartender of the Year regionals in New York.
`One woman’s journey from a dive bar to one of the hottest bars in New York.
Doug Quinn is a throwback to an earlier era of bartending, complete with bowties, quick quips, strong drinks and juicy burgers. Find out about this talented New York barkeep and his new watering hole in Midtown Manhattan.
We got the top clothing designer to share with us his favorite places to eat, drink and shop in the Big Apple.
Tequila and mezcal fans flock to this talented bartender’s New York establishment Mayahuel. We spoke to him about his new Los Angeles watering hole and how he got his start.
How to Cocktail: The Old Fashioned Learn how to make a classic Old Fashioned cocktail, using sugar, water, bitters and American whiskey, from star New York bartender and Liquor.com advisory board member Dushan Zaric. INGREDIENTS: 1 Brown sugar cube .5 tsp White sugar 3 dashes Angostura Bitters 1 dash Regans’ Orange Bitters No. 6 .25 […]
Acclaimed author and Liquor.com advisory board member Gary Regan explains why he’s excited to be behind the bar at New York’s The Dead Rabbit.
From new bars and spirits to cocktail books, get a sneak peek of a few things coming out this year.
Journalist Tony Sachs offers Big Apple-centric drink recipes made exclusively with the new crop of spirits produced in New York.
Master bartender and Liquor.com advisor Dale DeGroff mourns for some of his favorite New York bars that are long gone.
Get master bartender and Liquor.com advisor Dale DeGroff’s secrets for using fresh summer fruit in your cocktails.
Want to try some of the Big Apple’s best bars? Check out Liquor.com’s first annual NYC Cocktail Week.
The star New York chef helped popularize seasonal cooking and mixology.
His new Manhattan restaurant is trying to change the way we pair food and drinks.
Cocktails expert Gary Regan explores the origins of this classic cognac-and-crème de cacao recipe.