If you’re looking to share holiday cheer, this goblet is big enough to split among at least a few friends.
The signature cocktail of Aria’s new seafood restaurant, Catch, uses yuzu sake to complement the Asian touches of its food menu.
107 SkyLounge at the Stratosphere’s Top of the World offers this spicy and cool Moon and Stars cocktail on its new summer menu. Enjoy one as you take in the moon, stars and neon on a clear summer night.
April is National Autism Awareness Month, and in honor of the Light It Up Blue campaign, venues throughout The Cromwell have created blue items that will benefit Autism Speaks. The Light It Up Blue cocktail is available at its bar Bound through the end of the month, with 10 percent of the proceeds going to the cause.
No need to order snacks for the table when purchasing a pitcher of bloody marys at the new Gramercy restaurant Kitchen Table Squared.
Esther’s Kitchen’s Sonia Stelea uses Borsci Amaro to provide hints of cola and chocolate that go beyond the liqueur’s expected bitter notes.
Holsteins’ new Game Day Brunch menu offers the Dill Weed cocktail, a take on a bloody caesar, or Clamato-based bloody mary. Despite the combination of aggressive ingredients, the cucumber vodka base smooths everything over, a perfect way to ease back into drinking for morning revelers still recovering from the night before.
Kombucha, or fermented tea, is quickly growing in popularity, with many praising its purported health benefits.