The allure of a bar is never based solely on its drinks. Here, a glimpse of the eclectic atmospherics at New Orleans’ Cure cocktail bar.
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(n.) An imprecise measurement used to indicate a very small amount of liquid, most often used in reference to liquids that are used sparingly, such as bitters or hot sauce. In a cocktail recipe, the term is used to indicate what comes out with one shake of the bottle, though this amount can vary wildly […]More A-Z →