Drink Like A Local: Chicago

Saturday, 23 July 2016 by

Sometimes the best known bars are not necessarily the most visited by locals. In Chicago, there are plenty of underrated bars that are near and dear to the hearts of residents. These little neighborhood joints will have you drinking like a Chicago local on your next trip to the Windy City. Small Bar Small Bar

Packing Drinks On The Go

Thursday, 21 July 2016 by
Packing drinksfor onthe go

  Summer is here, and in most areas of the country, the crowds will inevitably find themselves on a beach, at the park, an outdoor event or something of the like. Wanting to celebrate summer while it is here, you might be considering packing some drinks to take to your next picnic or barbecue. I


Considered by many to be the live music capital of the world, Austin is one of the immensely cultural dots in the grand state of Texas. Located near central Texas, veering towards Houston and the Louisiana border, Austin hosts one of the best known multi-media festivals in modern times– South by South West. The festival


Los Angeles is a major hub for music, pop culture, food, outdoor activities, and night life. For decades the city of angels has attracted tourists from around the world to its history in film and entertainment as well as its natural tendencies to be a cultural melting pot. When it comes to night life, LA


Modern mixology has become more of a science than a service. Every day new methods of presentation are being introduced to the world, providing strange ways to imbibe a take a on classic cocktails such as an Old Fashioned or a Mojito. Several European bars, particularly The Alchemist in London, have adopted a sense of


Philadelphia has a bustling nightlife and a beautiful historic cityscape, but one of the things the city is best known for is the Philly cheese steak. The iconic American sandwich staple was first created in the 1930s and has undergone few changes since. The traditional Philly cheese steak recipe includes thinly sliced and grilled rib-eye

Campfire Cocktails

Tuesday, 10 May 2016 by

Summer is synonymous for camping season, which means it’s time to step up your drinking expertise. Sure, every camp fire has its staples: beer, soda, coffee, hot dogs, brats, chips… But why stick to the norm when there are so many other possibilities? A camping trip is a getaway after all. Take the opportunity to

Top 3 Micro Breweries in Chicago

Monday, 25 April 2016 by

The economic and cultural growth of the Windy City has been heavily influenced by the Prohibition Era, creating an influx of speakeasies and bootleg alcohol production. Many prohibition bars and manufacturers still exist today and are appreciated as some of the finest brands in the country while inspiring future bars and products to come. When


New York City can easily be considered the world’s largest cultural, professional, and artistic melting pot. With the multitude of neighborhoods, boroughs, and suburbs, there are almost too many bars and clubs to rank in any real fashion. While NYC is a city of dreams and one that never sleeps, it certainly isn’t cheap. Just


Washington D.C. is historically known as the nation’s political hub, but underneath the white collar West Wing aficionado lies a man or woman who craves a stiff drink and a noteworthy distraction. For years, D.C. has been a thriving music hub with a bustling bar scene. The nightlife in the nation’s capitol is alive and


  It’s a Friday night and your friends need to go out! Someone calls an Uber, and you and your friends squeeze into a black car on the way downtown. It’s quiet in the car. Too quiet. You’re in the front seat though. You can feel what’s coming. Somebody has to be car DJ for


Bartenders and Albert Einstein are on equal footing – hear me out. Bartenders are modern day alchemists, whipping up drinks at record speed that rival even the fastest cup-stackers in history. But more than that, they turn grotesque liquids into liquid syrups. They twist and turn, shake, smile, and manage to grab you in their