The creator of "fantastic medicinal cocktails" is at it again.
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Bartenders who refuse to make particular cocktails? In New York? Get out of town.
"It's going to be a step higher than Apotheke," the mixologist promises.
Meanwhile, another Apotheke offshoot, Pulqueria, is still waiting for a liquor license.
It's not exactly a surgeon general's warning, but the ex-Apotheke mixologist has a letter from a pharmacist.
The 90-year-old Chinatown institution is poised for a comeback.
Plus, Albert Trummer's Theater Bar may open this month.
The dispute between the partners of Apotheke has officially gotten ugly.
The Apothéke mixologist's partner is now suing him over his FDNY arrest.
Plus, the bartenders do magic tricks!
Charged with reckless endangerment for allegedly lighting his bar on fire, the mixologist says he's being left out to dry.
Will it be anything like 'Cocktail'?
Business as usual at Apothéke.
Plus: 'Parade' begets a food mag, and officials mull an airline peanut ban, all in our morning news roundup.
The Miami Beach kingpin will serve up a $160 cocktail in one of the city's swankest spaces.
Albert Trummer talks to Gothamist, but what we want to know is: Where's our private-entry key?
Woodson and Ford is accessible via password that's received via text message.
Apothéke says Orson Salicetti was never in discussion with the remodeled diner; Kellogg's says they're getting someone even better.
Plus two new French eateries, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.