"He's not looking to make millions. He's looking to make impact."
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Cocktail Icon Julie Reiner on Her New Book, Her New Bar, and Advice for Bartenders Opening Their First Business
"I’ve always had a head for business and things that make money."
"We brought a half-bottle of Moet rosé and drank that from plastic cups."
The easy way to do the hard shake will be revealed.
Bartenders are sustained by cigarettes and tater tots, which help make them some of the nicest people you'll ever meet.
Julie Reiner speaks out about female mixologists.
Into the tiki sunset.
Julie Reiner's tiki bar is said to be for sale.
The Hawaiian cocktail bar opens tonight; here's a look at the menu, the drinks, and the dishes.
Signs that both are opening imminently.
Plus, Waverly Inn does brunch and Julie Reiner preps her Hawaiian cocktail bar in Soho.
She'll reopen it as a Pacific-Rim spot, but not necessarily a tiki bar.
A couple of consummate hostesses are hosting Oscar parties.
If you can buy bitters in Brooklyn, why did one woman try to steal them from Clover Club?
First rule of Clover Club is: Don't bring your own balloons.
Are beards the new handlebar mustaches?
The Food Network has a new show in the works and it hinges on the element of surprise. Somewhat.
The 1890s mahogany bar was broken in by the thirsty coal miners of Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania.