I know that this is your fourth Bloody Mary, and I can tell that you’re super high on Ambien. Just don’t tell me I have a sexy PA voice or ask me for a sparkling water—we have club soda.
This is really bad news for a generation which prides itself on independence.
“People will constantly just walk into the ‘kitchen’ and chat to the chef,” says Phil Bracey of P. Franco, a casual wine bar and shop in Clapton. ”It feels like our house.”
Homebrewing is a solution without a problem—like the smart toaster or a gritty Super Mario reboot.
If you can walk into a dispensary and spend $15 to legally smoke a drug that mellows you out—without the potentially aggressive, creepy behavior or hangovers associated with alcohol—then why buy beer?
Jack Daniel’s says the coffee features “distinct caramel and vanilla notes of Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey,” and adds that the coffee is both Kosher and, unfortunately to some, non-alcoholic.
Skeptical of this new-age concept, a group of Australian researchers recently set out to test the relationship between wine and the lunar patterns for themselves.
Every bartender has someone who is slicing his fruit, marrying his well, passing him bottles, and trying desperately to stay the hell out of the way.
His strategy in making booze approachable to all is simple: Ask what people are tasting instead of telling them what they are supposed to be tasting.
Whether you’re hoping to quench your thirst in what is allegedly the nation’s first mezcal bar or down some daiquiris at a members-only rum bar, LA is the city for you.
While it’s long been known for having countless diners where you can hang out and sip joe all night, LA’s coffee scene has really taken off in the past decade. Here are the 15 best places in LA to get a damn fine cup of coffee.
The humble fruit bowl becomes a liquor store.
“I have synaesthesia whereby flavors conjure up colors. I can explain this drink as a vibrant yellow meets a soft pink.”
It’s important to keep in mind that Quebec’s liquor market is controlled by a state-run monopoly.
Suzumebachi, a bee-themed bar in downtown Fukuoka, Japan, is known for its delicious chicken wings, grilled fish, and poisonous hornet booze. I wanted to know what it would be like to sip on—literal—killer insect hooch, but what resulted is not for the faint of heart.
Behold, the pachecada: a refreshing, soothing Mexican beer cocktail that is half tejuino (a pre-Hispanic, fermented corn beverage), and half Mexican beer, with fresh lime juice, and a fat pinch of chunky rock salt to round out the beverage’s strangely addictive flavor.
Desert Farms brand camel milk is sold in Whole Foods and other organic grocers in California and by mail-order through his website, retailing for $18 per pint online. But that’s not the problem.
Whether you want to shoot some darts, bring your own pizza, or just bask in the gaze of suspicious regulars, there is a place for you in LA’s dark and divey bars.
Figuratively speaking, it’s as if this winery hired someone like Georgia O’Keeffe or Jackson Pollock to visually represent a wine’s acidity, texture, and tannins on its labels. In short, it is synesthesia for winos.
In vodka-soaked Russia, a calamity has taken place: Booze is banned on the trains. But that doesn’t mean passengers and crew aren’t drinking.
We hope you have a loyalty card.
There’s good reason why cacao is known as “the food of the gods”.
It might sound like an exaggeration to compare the big soda companies to corporations like Philip Morris, but a recent lawsuit is alleging just that.
Though as of January 3 no one had taken up the offer, North said that if anyone did, the bar would film the impromptu haircut.