From sidewalk seating and rooftop bars to backyard “gardens,” you’re only a block or two away from al fresco imbibing throughout most of the city. What you seek in a summertime bar is an outdoor space with quality beverages, chill attitude and with any luck, a killer view.
The hot weather and relaxed vibes that accompany summer calls for cocktails made with crisp seasonal fruits, fresh herbs and tons of ice. Order these refreshing specialty cocktails for this season’s coolest way to cool off in NYC.
Before you go for your usual cocktail, mixologist and author Kim Haasarud, visited The Couch to show us some new tropical drinks made with fresh farmers’ market fruit.
In the summertime, the combination of liquor and dessert seems to go over well with a crowd. You can have your dessert and get more than just a sugar buzz with these booze-soaked desserts.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a trip back in time to the era of prohibition, she sampled cocktails and learned more about the local histories of some of your favorite mixed drinks.
The days are getting longer, buds are blossoming and slowly, but surely, the mercury is rising. Help speed along your recovery from a long winter with these refreshing spring cocktails featured at an NYC bar near you.
A great way to cap a romantic dinner is to make your honey an awesome drink. Master mixologist Niccole Trzaska visited The Couch to show us a variety of cocktails — including everything from coffee to cognac.
Where to eat and drink during the event’s fashionable festivities.
Hot cocoa, egg nog and peppermint lattes are all well and good, but we don’t blame you for needing a little something extra during the holiday season. We have relatives, too.
Winter is sneaking up on us and New Yorkers are looking to get cozy during the late autumn chill. From old faithfuls like spiked hot chocolates to fancy spiced mulled wines, here are a few warming cocktails.
Here are the cocktail recipes seen live on The Couch, made by mixologist Niccole Trazaska.
From boozy pumpkin milkshakes to spiked ciders, these New York City restaurants and bars are offering the best cocktails to get you into the Thanksgiving spirit.
The beer cocktail trend isn’t going anywhere, as NYC bartenders continue to add malted ingredients to their mixology. Here are some of the best cocktails featuring a splash of brew this fall season.
Sherry, often considered a cooking ingredient or a dessert wine fit for grandmas, is making a resurgence as a velvety cocktail ingredient that pairs especially well with fall flavors. Try one of these 5 bars for a sherry cocktail this season.
What better way to show team pride than by hosting a blow-out, take-no-prisoners tailgate on game day? Here are some great make-ahead alcoholic treats, complete with hometown flair. Whether our guys win or lose, don’t forget to wear those Jerseys with pride and to drink responsibly.