Alongside selecting your outfit and making sure you don’t have spinach in your teeth, choosing your drink can be one of the most important aspects of a first date.
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Get ready to embrace the next level of serious imbibing.
Properly deploy a few key techniques and you can have a drunken blast with your family (instead of hearing about your uncle's knee surgery, yet again).
We've reexamined the king of drinks and come up with a better way to mix them.
How to perfectly execute the most sophisticated of our drinking traditions....
It's time for barflies to establish a system by which bars — actual, physical bars — can be classified.
Pro-tip: Don't just drink anything green that's put in front of you.
Two guides — one for pro-level drinks, another for amateurs — to ensure everyone has a great time on the one night that everyone must go out.
The only sensible way to navigate the Yuletide gauntlet is with drink in hand.
The first rule: No Don Drapers.
Because you can't just throw anything down your gullet at 11 a.m.
But is this indie darling poised for Bon Iver–like success, or Deerhoof-esque obscurity?
Unlike some potentially perilous drinking situations, the wedding reception does not discriminate by age. Grub Street is here to help navigate the party.
Is there one simple technique that will turn any booze, literally anything you can think of, into a refreshing summer drink? There sure is.
Bartenders are carbonating their own spirits in hopes of making drinks that don't just taste better, but also bring in a bunch of new drinkers.
A wine lover wonders why wine bars are so darn boring, and offers up his solutions for fixing them.
With the proper training, forethought, and mental toughness, you'll be able to make it out in one piece.
These days, bartenders dash bitters into just about every drink they make, but what do they really do? Matthew Latkiewicz drinks a lot in order to figure out what the fuss is about.
There's more to it than just grabbing the best bottle of bubbly you can afford. Matthew Latkiewicz breaks it down.
Even though your bartender is there to accommodate you, you will go far in life if you also accommodate your bartender.