New York City
New York City's other districts
Lower East Manhattan Located just south of the East Village in Lower Manhattan, the Lower East Side is one of Manhattan's trendiest districts. This historically working class, immigrant area is now peppered with craft beer hangouts and artistic cocktail venues, with the crowd being primarily young, flirtatious and fabulous.
Midtown Manhattan Midtown is known for its hustle and bustle, so having a roster of bars where you can find even a little bit of respite is important. Cocktail bars are Midtown’s speciality. But where should you begin?
Williamsburg Some today will argue that Williamsburg, located in the borough of Brooklyn, has taken the crown from Manhattan as the coolest district in New York. It draws a young, creative crowd to its craft beer bars and cafes, many of which are set in magnificent refurbished buildings with exposed brick and high ceilings.
Make-ahead vs. last-minute: try these hassle-free batch cocktails for your next summer party If you’re hosting a large group of people, batch cocktails are the perfect way to ensure you spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your friends.
Elegant, low on alcohol and ready in a flash, these 3 Spritz variations are your new summer BFFs Summer and cocktails: name a better combo. As long sunny days stretch into endless warm evenings, there’s nothing like sharing perfectly mixed ice-cold drinks with your loved ones to turn a good time into a great one.
Easy express pickles to add some color to your party spread We love the crunch and bright taste of pickles, especially in the summer. And nothing beats the homemade kind: you get to pick your own veggies, herbs and spices, with the added bonus of impressing all your friends.
The true story of the Moscow Mule, the drinking world’s first viral sensation One would be tempted to believe that this iconic vodka-based cocktail came to us from Russia. With a name like that, it seems like the most obvious explanation, right? Well think again. This is the story of how the Moscow Mule was born out of necessity on Los Angeles’s Sunset Boulevard, and how it soon became one of the most popular cocktails in America thanks to one man and his trusted Polaroid camera.