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  1. Walk into the Flatiron Room on East 26th Street on any night of the week and you’ll be serenaded by jazz musicians. It’s not the typical scene for a whisky bar, but a typical whisky bar was never the...
  2. If you should be lucky enough to grab one of the eight seats at the Lower East Side’s Copper and Oak (scroll halfway down the website for info) on Allen Street, don’t expect to be handed a cocktail...
  3. To celebrate all that is praiseworthy about the United States, one needn’t look much further than the original melting pot—New York City. Sure you can visit Ellis Island and its beacon, the Statue of...
  4. One week of professional football is already in the books for the 2014 NFL season, and with it fans across the country have begun what may or may not be regular victory celebrations. Sure, there were...
  5. Ahh, beach season, the perfect time of year for a festive tiki glass filled with crushed ice, fruit juices, and scotch. Wait, what? We know what you’re thinking: The Robb Vices team has finally done...
  6. Cigars and spirits: It’s a pairing that’s dependable and ingrained in our psyches, thanks to years of pop-culture references. If you’re a cigar smoker, we’re willing to bet there have been times when...
  7. We cigar smokers are a curious lot. Not only do we want to know what the person next to us is smoking, we want to know what cutter is on their table and, for that matter, what lighter they’re using...
  8. Most bars exist to pay homage to the cocktail. Not the Brandy Library . At the dimly lit, intimate establishment on North Moore Street in Tribeca, a small (though potent) collection of cocktails is...
  9. The Judgment of Paris in 1976 may be infamous for awarding Chateau Montelena and Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars with international victories, but the competition of France versus the United States was far...
  10. When outfitting a home bar, there are plenty of spirits to consider. The home bartender will want a wide selection of whiskey, bourbon, rum, vodka, gin, and tequila, of course; but there are many...

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