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Three steps we can all take to avoid looking stupid when ordering at a bar.
The first rule of throwing a party is to actually enjoy the party. We've all been in your shoes--gotten a little over-ambitious, wanted to show off a little too much and impress the guests with made-to-order cocktails. Here's the thing: Guests will be more impressed if you have a made-ahead bar spread that frees you up to spend time with them. The secret is to make a signature big-batch, pre-mixed cocktail.
I enjoy good food, yummy cocktails, and delicious wine. I appreciate ambiance, comfort, and good service. Who doesn't? But what I absolutely love most of all are the real life stories of the people behind these experiences.
From the opening bell, I'm bullish on cheery bonhomie. Financials are rewarded, the tip jar stuffed with dollars. I spear
By: Dan Gentile "Don't get me wrong, I am all for straw-tasting drinks to ensure all the ingredients are in there and that
Credit: Drew Swantak/Thrillist "Can we please say goodbye to the Moscow mule? It is more worn out than that 'Happy' song
Is your bartender a secret scientist experimenting with cocktails that foam, smoke and/or explode? Do you think he sneaks
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It's the most wonderful time of the year. No it isn't. Not for bartenders cleaning up the sprays of joviality.