As if you needed an excuse for a mid-week cocktail, Thursday, June 24 is National Tequila Day. Here’s a look at nine of our favorite tequila-based cocktails in New York City. From margaritas to sweet to spicy, each drink is worth celebrating.
Whether you’re rooting for the Rangers or the Kings — or if you’re just looking for a good sports bar atmosphere, we have your picks for the best bars to catch the NHL action.
As “Frankenstorm” makes its way to the Tri-State, here are New York City’s best spots to indulge in the fun kind of hurricanes.
Bourbon is a distinctly American spirit, born in Kentucky and responsible for bringing us classic cocktails like the Mint Julep and the Manhattan. In honor of National Bourbon Day on Friday, we’ve rounded up the city’s based cocktails made from the spirit.
Don’t let wet weather put a dent in your happy hour plans. From grown-up bowling alleys to movie theater bars, we have the skinny on where to hang when it rains.
Fancy a hot cuppa tea to warm your insides on this freezing cold evening? We know we could use a little more than hot chocolate to keep us warm. These are the best spots for grown-up tea parties.
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.
As if you needed an excuse to indulge in the ever-popular drink. This weekend is Cinco de Mayo, and we know just where to celebrate with that perfect blend of sweet, citrus, and tequila.
Pizza is serious business in NYC. Whether you worship the crust, the sauce, or the toppings, one thing’s for sure–you’ll want a refreshing quaff to wash it all down.
In honor of Presidents Day, try a drinking experience that harkens back to the days of yore? Head to these historical NYC bars, where you might just find the ghosts of Old New York on the bar stool next to you.
What better way to celebrate than with a cocktail? Here are our five favorite venues for China-inspired traditional food — and not-so-traditional cocktails.
There’s no better excuse for a fruity cocktail on a Tuesday — it’s Mardi Gras. You may not be in the Big Easy for Fat Tuesday, but you can bring Bourbon Street to the Big Apple with these celebratory concoctions. Get your NOLA fix without leaving New York City –t hese are our picks for the city’s best New Orleans-inspired cocktails.
Happy Hangover! If your vitamins and minerals are a tad on the depleted side after a New Year’s celebration, these cocktails may cure what ails you.
The temperatures out there say winter has arrived, and so do cocktail lists across the city. So slip on your mittens, don your best pair of earmuffs, and head on over to these spots serving up winter’s hottest cocktail ingredient: Cider.
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.