Surprisingly versatile, cherries and cherry flavors play well in a number of cocktails from Traverse City Whiskey Co.
Whether you’re in a hip resort room with its own cocktail shakers like the Rosewood Phuket or in a luxe hotel with a popular lounge, chances are you’ll be imbibing during your luxury hotel visit. So bring the mixologist home with a Mixology Bartender Kit ($79.99, amazon.com) that includes a cocktail shaker with built-in strainer lid, three fast pourers for liquor, a lemon squeezer, an ice tong, bottle opener, bar spoon, muddler and measurement jigger. Aside from alcohol and any added ingredients, everything you need to serve up your favorite cocktails is in the set. We suggest consulting our roundup of hotel bars where famous cocktails were invented for some boozy inspiration.
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Gerard Schank cracked open his Hemingway’s Watering Hole on Wednesday, his bar joining others countywide with permission to resume serving.
Servers, bartenders and restaurant owners throughout McLennan County have been left in a precarious position.
While it’s not unusual for bars to capitalize on the Dry January trend, offering mocktails as an alternative to patrons, there’s another mechanism for mindful drinking: Dry-ish January, according to Jennifer Contraveos, Chicago-based senior portfolio ambassador for Bacardi USA.
A Trib editorial celebrating the opening of Magnolia Table on the traffic circle and signaling the need for other locally owned restaurants to…