The noted mixologist is called "granpa" by Eric Alperin and Marcos Tello.
Marcos Tello and Danny Cymbal employ gin in an unusual variation on most aged drinks.
In other news, chef Gary Menes is holding a short pop-up at Cafe Tiara.
The bartender claims that anyone who doesn't "pass the bar" gets booted.
Non-guests are finally invited upstairs for a drink.
The Hollywood barman will face off against Erik Adkins from San Francisco's The Slanted Door at Sunset Magazine's "Savor the Central Coast."
It was a long, hot competition: So who won the title?
The libations are fruit heavy and mostly clear, with shout-outs to stars of French cinema.
Invited guests include such characters as "Karly Sheen," "Tru Al Cindor," and "Pau Ga Sour."
The renowned New York mixologist is putting together a "mood menu" of cocktails. Ha!
The contest is to be held over cocktails. Weak!
Curtis Nysmith's next project will be a British pub with its own cask-brewed ale.
Expect the same imaginative cocktails, L.A.'s "first green alley," and a menu by chef Brian Vaccarella at this Hollywood Sequel.
The Varnish bartender gives us his recipe for The Morning Medicine, a sort of michelada using green jalapeno hot sauce and spiced salt.
Our favorite L.A. bartenders share the recipes behind their most colorful spring cocktail creations.
The restaurant coming from Nocturnal Entertainment Group is super-excited about the luxe design, while staying rather mum about the food and drink.
Every drink tells a story!
Micahel's brings in mixologist Jason Robey to grow his own cocktail ingredients on the rooftop.
"I wanted this to be delicious and still kick you in the teeth as a good party cocktail should."
A New Zealand food festival plans to supply a strange libation, while local shoppers are hit hard at the grocery store.