News and Press

Poler Holiday Store

11/13/2013
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And once again in store opening news Poler will be opening up their holiday shop in Williamsburg this coming Friday the 15th. I’ll be over at 33 Grand St slinging Art in the Age cocktails for you to enjoy so come on out.

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Mast Brothers Chocolate Book Signing

11/12/2013
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Holy packaging. You may have seen these beautiful chocolate bars in and around local stores, but now you can meet the pioneers behind the Mast Brothers brand! This Friday, November 15th from 6-8pm, Art in the Age in Old City will host Rick and Michael Mast, the two brothers that went from a city in Iowa to New York’s Brooklyn to start the totally rad Mast Brothers chocolate in 2007.

Join them for an exclusive signing of their book Mast Brothers Chocolate: A Family Cookbook where they share details on their delicious chocolate recipes (most of which are made primarily from cacao pods and cane sugar). Joining in on the event are a few tasty treats for attendees. Here’s the snippet from the event description:

“High Street On Market will be providing tasty chocolate pastries served alongside a boozy hot chocolate made with Mast Brother’s chocolate and Art In The Age organic spirits, and topped with Spodee Marshallows from Zynnie Bakes. To celebrate we’re also hosting a giveaway with five winners who will walk away with an assortment of goodies courtesy Mast Brothers Chocolate, Art In The Age, and Spodee.

Oh snap. This Friday is going to be a chocolatey-delightful night. We hope to see you at Art in the Age everyone!

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Greetings from Philadelphia

11/12/2013
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Today’s Philadelphia City Guide Update comes to us from Sarah Stone, a graphic designer and blogger living in Philadelphia with her young family. While waiting for their old Philly row home renovation to be completed, Sarah and her husband Sean lived in several Philadelphia neighborhoods. They are now happy to call Northern Liberties home, and today they are sharing a fantastic guide to all that is wonderful in dining, shopping, seeing and doing in Philly. Thanks for such a wonderful update, Sarah! –Stephanie

Philadelphia is a city of equal parts grit and charm. It’s deeply engrained with history and culture. Like a patchwork quilt, Philadelphia has a distinct feeling from neighborhood to neighborhood. Each has its individual appeal and sense of community, making Philadelphia feel like a much smaller town than it actually is. Philadelphians are a proud bunch, always eager to praise/defend their favorite sports team, or tell you about their recent restaurant find.

Philly is becoming an increasingly popular home for entrepreneurs and creatives. Because of it’s proximity to New York and DC, the location provides access to those markets with a much more attainable cost of doing busine

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Cocktails & Chocolate for Mast Brothers Book Signing

11/12/2013
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If you’re a chocolate fiend, you’ve probably heard of the Mast Brothers. The Iowa native brothers with a Williamsburg shop were pioneers in the “bean-to-bar” movement, and their ultra-rich chocolates use only cacao beans and cane sugar with no additives. Their first cookbook has just been released, and this Friday, November 15, Art in the Age will host them for a cocktail- and sweets-filled book signing.

The brothers will be at the spirit company’s Old City store at 116 North Third Street from 6-8 PM, and everyone is invited to stop by to meet the modern Wonkamen while enjoying food and drink. Look for chocolate pastries from High Street on Market and boozy hot chocolate topped with Spodee marshmallows by Zynnie Bakes. Mast Brothers Chocolate: A Family Cookbook will be available for purchase, and there will also be giveaways for treat-loaded gift baskets.

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Local Spirits Highlighted All Month at the Continental

11/12/2013
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For the whole month of November, the Continental in Old City is celebrating Spirit Month. And if you order a cocktail that features local spirits, including those from Philadelphia Distilling, the drinks are just $7.

Here’s the list of the new $7 offerings available only for this month:
  • Salted Caramel Budino - shine salted caramel, dark cacao, vanilla and chocolate cream & sea salt
  • Sage Julep - sage, bourbon & fresh mint
  • Bramble - Blue coat gin, orange liquer, fresh lemon juice and muddled blackberry
  • The Hammonton - Penn 1681 Vodka, elderflower syrup, muddled blueberry and wheat beer
  • Tootsie Pop - Rhubarb tea, white cacao & fresh lemon juice
  • Jim Morrison - ROOT with house-made chai tea cola
  • Sergeant Snap - Snap, fresh lemon juice, honey syrup muddled mint & strawberry
  • Breakfast Cup - Bay Vodka, muddled lime & cucumber slices
 Tag your drink on social media with the hashtag #ContinentalOC and you’ll be up to win a free gift.

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Cocktails & Chocolate for Mast Brothers Book Signing

11/12/2013
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If you’re a chocolate fiend, you’ve probably heard of the Mast Brothers. The Iowa native brothers with a Williamsburg shop were pioneers in the “bean-to-bar” movement, and their ultra-rich chocolates use only cacao beans and cane sugar with no additives. Their first cookbook has just been released, and this Friday, November 15, Art in the Age will host them for a cocktail- and sweets-filled book signing.

The brothers will be at the spirit company’s Old City store at 116 North Third Street from 6-8 PM, and everyone is invited to stop by to meet the modern Wonkamen while enjoying food and drink. Look for chocolate pastries from High Street on Market and boozy hot chocolate topped with Spodee marshmallows by Zynnie Bakes. Mast Brothers Chocolate: A Family Cookbook will be available for purchase, and there will also be giveaways for treat-loaded gift baskets.

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