Treat yo self.
The Nov/Dec issue of Design Bureau is packed with 50-plus well-designed gifts. Here's a look at the perfect presents for the holiday soirée host. Bring a chic bottle of booze to any fête, and it will be hard to tell who benefits from the gift more: the host or you.
Since discovering ROOT liqueur on a trip to NYC it’s been a mainstay in our bar. It’s made by a fascinating company, Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, out of Philadelphia. So why the permanent spot on our bar cart?
With daylight waning faster than ever as we huddle into the comfort of our coats, there’s something extra enticing about sitting in a cozy bar and sipping on heartwarming fall flavors. Look for drinks with apple cider, warm citrus, cinnamon, ginger or maple, mixed with a nice belly-warming whiskey or brandy. Here are five must-try fall cocktails around Philly.
In other drinking news you can use, Rex 1516 (1516 South St.) has a new slate of seasonal cocktails to share for fall and winter, courtesy of mixologist Heather Rodkey. The list features the signature flavors of cold-weather months, local AITA spirits, and an on-trend shrub.
Upon its opening almost two decades ago, Stephen Starr’s Continental Old City strove to be considered the martini bar in Philadelphia.
Their way of giving a heads up to the city that they’ve still got it: an entire month of celebrating local spirits, and serving them on the cheap.
This November is “Local Spirit Month” at Continental Old City. Any drink made with liquor from Philadelphia Distilling, Art in the Age and Cooper Spirits will be just $4 until December 1.