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Keep warm with these rum and hot chocolate after dinner shooters.
Turn up the heat with this spicy spin on an old classic.
Dish + Drink covers the do’s and don’ts of holiday party etiquette.
Make a bottled batch of cocktails for your next holiday party and avoid mixing drinks all night long.
Dane visits a favorite seafood spot in Florida.
Located in Newberry, Fla., Sabore is unsurprisingly terrific.
This cocktail is far from the expected brunch bunch.
A classic French 75 calls for gin and champagne.
Thirsty Thursday this week is all about fresh-squeezed juice and tequila. Ole.
By Dane Feldman Photo by Dane Feldman. This week, I bought my first batch of grapefruits of the season, which means I’ll likely go on a grapefruit recipe rampage. This ginger greyhound is just my jumping off point, but I can see this cocktail becoming a staple for me this winter. What you’ll need: 2 oz dry gin 2 oz fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice Ginger ale Ice Directions: Put the ice in the bottom of a rocks glass and pour the gin over it. Squeeze the grapefruit juice into the glass and add in the pulp as well. Top off with what should be about 3-4 ounces of ginger ale and stir. I used half of a grapefruit and its pulp to add another dimension to the drink, but for those who aren’t pulp fans it isn’t a must. The ginger ale brings out the flavor in both the grapefruit juice and the gin, which makes this a more three-dimensional greyhound. For anyone looking for more Halloween-themed food and drinks, check out BTR’s Halloween’s Here Pinterest board.
Salsa Y Salsa is quickly becoming a BTR favorite happy hour spot.
Asuka Sushi is a reminder that there’s no dining experience quite like being treated like you belong.
Curl up on the couch this fall with a hot bourbon and cider.
The Union Square W Hotel bar, Olives, stands out among the pack of other expensive NYC hotel bars.
This light and seasonal gin cocktail delivers a smooth kick.
BonChon on John Street is one of the best college spots in NYC.
Keep fall going with this boozy recipe for a pumpkin milkshake.
Bourbon, fig, and orange juice makes for the perfect fall cocktail (and it’s orange!).
Celebrate fall and National Bourbon Heritage Month with bourbon cider.
Bourbon Heritage Month is in full-swing with this cocktail float.
Try this bourbon sidecar variation with fresh citrus juices.
Serve refreshing gin mint lemonade at your Labor Day brunch.
Before summer’s end, try out these refreshing watermelon martinis.
Make your own lime-infused vodka by making lime limoncello at home.
By Dane Feldman Photo by Dane Feldman. Welcome, once again, to Sunday Brunch here on Dish + Drink. It’s been a while since I posted a cocktail recipe for this segment (I know, I know, I’ve gotten a bit wrapped up in various egg dishes). In the spirit of summer being in full-swing, I thought it best to work on a perfectly summery brunch drink. What you’ll need: 2 oz wine 2 oz seltzer/club soda 1/4 oz creme de cassis Ice 4 strawberries Directions: In a blender, combine the wine, seltzer, creme de cassis, and ice. Wash and add in 2 of the strawberries before blending. Serve in wine glasses or champagne flutes with the remaining 2 strawberries. This drink is a spin on a classic favorite: the kir royale, which is traditionally a champagne cocktail. Instead of using champagne, I used a combination of wine and seltzer because I wanted to keep the same volume of liquid without a higher alcohol content. If you plan to use champagne in this recipe, I would suggest cutting it with extra ice.
Make limoncello at home with this simple recipe for Thirsty Thursday.
Asuka in Chelsea is a great deal for both sushi and happy hour.
Shake up the classic gimlet with this fruity recipe.
Update your home with a functional and stylish bar cart.
Combine celebrating America and enjoying Sunday Brunch with this champagne cocktail.
Thirsty Thursday on D+D takes a look at the Lantern’s Keep, a swanky bar in the Iroquois Hotel near Times Square.
The frozen fruity gin fizz is a no brainer when it comes to summer cocktails.
Not all cocktail popsicles are good cocktail popsicles.
Celebrate Thirsty Thursday this week with a spin on the classic mint julep.
Enjoy some classic American cocktails this holiday celebration.

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