Check out these favorite bars in Los Angeles serving cocktails from around the world.
This week we celebrate International Coffee Day on 9/29. While we need no excuse to sip our morning cup of joe, we could all use some inspiration on how to mix coffee into our cocktails. Check out these caffeine-loaded, coffee-spiked cocktails.
These delicious and easy cocktails are perfect to throw together for a crowd and a fun way to celebrate the end of summer over Labor Day weekend.
Father’s Day is just around the corner. Check out these delicious new takes on classic cocktails to make for Dad on his day.
Cocktail savant Dee Quinones guides us on a mission to find the best cocktail bars on Broadway Ave and into the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles.
This recipe is based on the highly quaffable Italian aperitif made with Aperol and Prosecco garnished with a slice of orange. Aperol is very similar to Campari, but with a lower alcohol content and a slightly less bitter flavor.
With the delicious addition of flame-grilled tomatoes, these spicy bloody marys will make you want to host simply to toast!
In this delightful, fresh and light Raspberry Vodka & Beer Cocktail, raspberries accompany light beer and Raspberry Vodka for a refreshing spring or summer drink that is fabulous for summer!
Say “Salud!” this Cinco de Mayo with these five refreshing tequila cocktails.
Shaken or stirred, check out these fun spring drinks spiked with spiced rum.
Get your cocktail shakers out, because I’ve got a boozy grapefruit, rosemary, and vodka drink recipe for you!
Feed your drink cravings with the cool cocktails at The Garret East. Serving boozy drinks with ingredients such as turmeric and beet juice.
Game Day is coming up fast! Time turn our attention to stuffing our faces and screaming at the TV. Here are 10 indulgent appetizers dedicated to each team’s state.
No sugar added pineapple margarita made with fresh pineapple juice, tequila, triple sec, lime and lemon juice.
When most of us think of Cuba, we have a romantic mental image made up of scenes from the 1950s, perhaps including Al Pacino visiting on the eve of the revolution (Godfather reference). A place full of nightclubs, casinos and, of course, bars where cantineros (Cuban bartenders) threw Cuban cocktails between mixing glasses and poured from multiple bottles of rum at a time into big blenders.
While some choose to embark on dry January, others may simply seek healthier options this month. We’d like to suggest a selection of (dare we say) health-conscious cocktails packed with restorative, antioxidant-rich and detoxifying ingredients such as turmeric, mugwort, matcha and carrots.
Spending the weekend in Manhattan and want something more than the typical bagel or hot dog to nosh on? Head to Café Americano for impressive fare to fill the hungry gaps for a mid morning, afternoon, night or any food break needed.
Sometimes less is more.
A Sparkling Blood Orange Cocktail is a sweet and bubbly party favorite.
As each annual festive season brings an abundance of delicious cocktails made with cinnamon, nutmeg and pumpkin, some of New York City’s most revered bartenders are bringing one of the most seasonal yet overlooked ingredients to the forefront; introducing creative ways of using pine in cocktails.
What to do when the champagne stops flowing? Sick of overly sweet, diluted cocktails? Bring in the New Year with margaritas! Here are five well done twists to the refreshing cocktail.
We’ve all been there. Two drinks and a tiny piece of cheese into the company holiday party, and you’re already feeling buzzed – add a third cocktail into the mix and suddenly your having a breakdance competition with your boss.
Many of us are not the best planners and end up throwing impromptu holiday parties. To help avoid the last-minute scramble, we’ve got you covered with a cocktail recipe that is guaranteed to be an instant hit at your bash.
At your next gathering this holiday season, make cocktails the Swedish way with these cocktails.…
Put some pizazz into that velvety eggnog this season.
There is absolutely no better time to experience New York City than during the holidays. The Dream Midtown shares a wondrous holiday cheer in the Pent House Dream. Guests and visitors can get festively buzzed, spreading their holiday spirit with comfort and joy.
Make this classic cocktail taste more like the holidays by adding the taste of roasted chestnuts.
Today is Repeal Day, which historically marks the end of the Prohibition, so raise a…
If you are brave enough to battle the Black Friday chaos, more power to you. And to help get you through the mayhem, here are five survival cocktails you will need.
Crafted in the 1905 Lounge at the HGU, a New York Hotel, a visual narrative comes alive when art pieces are shaken, muddled and poured into cocktail ware.
The quintessential Italian cocktail, Negroni, is one of those drinks that never goes out of style.
Fellow Americans, to commemorate (and get through) Election Day, here are 4 twists to Washington DC’s signature cocktail – The Rickey – that are available at The Rickey in New York City.
Thinking of hosting a Friendsgiving this year? Whether you are planning a party for 4 or 14 (or more, you popular person!), here are a few ways to make it easy and fun for all.
14 Fall Cocktails to make you dive head first into a pile of leaves.
Here are 7 Halloween appropriate and seasonal cocktails that celebrate the arrival of fall.
Happy Friday! In preparation for Halloween and to celebrate the cooler weather, here are some seasonal cocktails to pour for your guests in costume over the weekend. Just add a few creative touches for a spooky festive feel. Cheers!
Try some of these eerie drinks to get in the Halloween spirit. They’re just frightening enough to keep you and your guests intrigued.
For a Halloween party or an autumn soirée, these festive fall cocktails are a cozy sip to get you in the seasonal spirit.
Serve this slightly sweet, spicy, and tart cocktail at your next celebration.
Discover cocktails that you maybe haven’t tried from “back in the day” . Learn a new recipe and then mix up a classic, potent favorite.
A take on the traditional Dark ‘N’ Stormy, this cocktail uses a light rum and is garnished with juicy pear slices.
Cozy up to fall with this cinnamon infused simple syrup for those comforting dessert recipes you will be making.
A colorful dessert with a touch of spritz. The key to any granita is to scrape with a fork at regular intervals for frozen, flaky texture.
When thinking of traveling to Budapest, a lively craft bar scene is probably not one of the first things you imagine about the city. Here are a few places to stop and have a drink!
What sounds better than a frosted, slushy drink after a long day?
Drinks with spice bring a fun element to cocktails. The trick is to add enough heat to make the beverage exciting, but not too much that you can’t finish the glass. Grab your jalapeños, cayenne, chilies, and horseradish and prepare to get refreshed, with a zing.
A brief history and description of the classic Italian liqueur Campari.
Add a soft touch to an Arnold Palmer with lavender lemonade.
Make a sweet and creamy liqueur without dairy. Espresso, cocoa, maple, almond, and coconut flavors are meant to be together.
Jazz up that ordinary vodka tonic with chocolate and raspberry and you’re sure to have a crowd pleaser!
Beautique’s apple pie cocktail that tastes like the real thing, only boozier.
Chartreuse is a common French digestif usually enjoyed on the rocks. But, if you want to sip on something more gentle after a lovely meal with friends, try this fresh cocktail to settle your belly.
This adult cocktail will do the trick to keep you warm; fresh apple cider, pumpkin spice, and cinnamon will make you feel the fall, and the love.
Apple cider is never boring, especially when you mix things ups with a fun and refreshing nonalcoholic drink complete with pomegranate and lime juice.
Vermouth and all of its wonderful botanicals is a natural pairing with the flavors of fall. Try this simple ginger cocktail with a few ingredients and tons of flavor.
Getting cocktail tips from a Drinking Coach (yes, apparently they exist) sounds like a load of fun. Taking a cocktail class from a Drinking Coach in a hotel room? Count us in for roll-call!
Time to ting the glasses, Cocktail Friday is here!
What do you get when you combine a Manhattan and Sambuca? A Manbuca. The name alone triggers enough curiosity to try the recipe!
Ginger beer doesn’t really taste like beer at all, more like a grown up and more gingery ginger ale… What other ways could ginger beer be used in cocktails?
A refreshing cocktail with only 3 ingredients – perfect for summer sipping and so easy you can make it with your eyes closed.