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.
There's something about Mary An elegant newcomer to the low-ABV trend, Mary is a low alcohol, low calorie botanical blend “with a lighter touch on your body, mind and the world”.
The true story of the Singapore Sling, Fear and Loathing’s most iconic guest star The Singapore Sling is the perfect summer delight. One of Hunter S. Thompson’s favorite drinks, this refreshingly fruity concoction is most memorably featured in his famous novel and its cult movie adaptation, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Deceptively sweet, the Singapore Sling actually packs a mighty punch, so we recommend you skip the “mescal on the side” à la Raoul Duke - unless you too like to live dangerously, that is.
Straight from the garden: 5 botanical cocktails you need to try We love to use them for cooking and to infuse them into teas. You’ve probably got plenty of these plants growing in your backyard or on your kitchen window sill. How about using them to up your cocktail game? Embrace your inner herbalist and try your hand at these botanical drinks for your next cocktail party - we promise you won’t be disappointed!
3 simple and refreshing whiskey cocktails that are perfect for the end of summer Who said whiskey was reserved for cold weather? Mixed using the right ingredients and techniques, it can be just as thirst-quenching as its clear spirit counterparts - without sacrificing any of its unique aroma and flavors.