On June 23, 2008, the Louisiana House of Representatives appointed the Sazerac the official cocktail for the city of New Orleans.
Crawfish—the quintessential finger food of the bayou.
All eyes will be fixed on the city of New Orleans next Tuesday when it celebrates Mardi Gras as only New Orleans can.
You will likely find a bottle of green Chartreuse in any establishment dedicated to cocktails; this much we know to be true.
Mardi Gras fashion is all about masks and, to a lesser extent, beads.
Happy Valentine’s Day, New York. Today is about love, lust, and outrageously high expectations.
On Valentine’s Day, I can’t help but think of a quote from the movie The Devil’s Advocate, in which Al Pacino (as Satan) dismisses love as “biochemically no different than eating large qu
Aphrodisiac: It’s a term that immediately invokes a healthy curiosity.
Another year, another Valentine’s Day, another surplus of boring, unoriginal gifts.
Are oysters really aphrodisiacs?
Russia’s connection with vodka goes back a long way, possibly as far as the 12th century.
We would like to tell you that the Russian imperial stout was born in Russia, brewed as a robust and hearty ale that could stave off the country’s harsh, cold winters.
With the Winter Olympics officially underway and much of the world’s attention focused on Russia, many people are just now learning about the virtues of Russian bathhouses.
Caviar-spackled blini are currently the hottest trend in the United States. Wait. No, that’s not quite right.
It’s easy to appreciate vodka on its own merits. Drinking it straight up, either chilled or on the rocks, you can easily discern and appreciate each brand’s subtle but distinctive flavor profile.
There’s a growing trend in the NFL of drafting former basketball players as tight ends and lining them up to play various receiver roles.
We were tempted to feature only U.S.
Like Breakfast Stout and Parabola, Ballast Point’s Victory at Sea embraces a bold coffee flavor, but unlike those other beers, this one
For us to consider pouring a beer at breakfast, it takes either a hangover of epic proportions or a longing to relive the college days.
Don’t get us wrong, there are plenty of fantastic American double IPAs out there; but if we had our way, we’d always have a bottle of Pliny the Elder and a can of Heady To