It will offset funeral costs and support causes the bar owner was passionate about.
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In an unpublished interview for New York, the late, legendary bar proprietor shared his favorite places.
‘He Didn’t Follow Trends’: How Sasha Petraske Reinvented Cocktail Culture and Created a New Bartending Community
The bar proprietor, who found unexpected fame after opening Milk & Honey, died last week.
The bar owner, who helped spearhead New York's cocktail renaissance, was 42.
Petraske says he's headed back downtown, and downsizing.
Sasha Petraske has some changes planned for the 23rd Street bar.
"I make a really good one. I know everyone poo-poos the Long Island iced tea, but I think they are awesome."
Bartenders are sustained by cigarettes and tater tots, which help make them some of the nicest people you'll ever meet.
Milk & Honey changed cocktail culture in New York, maybe the world.
Two new Sasha Petraske projects will open this summer.
Sasha Petraske will set up shop on 33rd Street.
• Attention bar stars and cocktail geeks: Contemporary cocktail pioneer and New York drinks guru Sasha Petraske has just announced a cocktail conference in San Antonio at the end of January. [Grub Street NY] • Aw, this is sweet: Slate...
The cocktail bar, once co-owned by Sasha Petraske, could be closing for good.
The subterranean digs that once held the legendary Gaslight have come back to life.
The 125-capacity boîte will focus on classic cocktails and live jazz.
That means a new, non-Petraske-designed cocktail list for the boîte.
A first look at the collaboration between Geoffrey Zakarian and the team from Lotus.