Welcome to “Crib Sheet,” your monthly shortcut to what’s hot in wine right now, in four bottles, courtesy of Jon Bonné. This month: standout Spanish reds from Galicia.
Pioneers within the bar world are considering food waste, energy conservation and sustainability to make eco-friendly, “closed-loop” cocktails.
Famed for being the birthplace of the Bellini, Harry’s Bar in Venice has developed an ethos all its own.
A half-decade ago, European beer reigned supreme on top lists. Aaron Goldfarb on the moment that all ended, and why.
Though the three-piece cocktail shaker has remained largely unchanged since its invention, it remains an important touchstone in the history of bartending.
Bar Tonique bartender Mark Schettler shares his recipe and technique for a New Orleans cocktail classic—the Ramos Gin Fizz.
Plenty of spirits are designed to be sipped on their own, but what about those developed specifically to be mixed into drinks? Here, four of the most notable “cocktail spirits” released in the last year, and how they were made.
Bar Manager Pietro Collina shares the concept and story behind The NoMad Bar’s elaborately garnished, large-format “Cocktail Explosions.”
Here, get to know the family of ecclesiastic cocktails—among them, the Bishop, the Pope and the Cardinal—in six historic and modern drink recipes.
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