DC Cocktail Week kicks off Nov. 17 and we’ve selected the best options in what seems to be a competition for which restaurant can make a cocktail using the strange and unheard of ingredients.
Tea is useful for much more than filling your cup. Check out these five unusual uses before you throw away your next teabag.
Forget breakfast in bed, encourage Mom to rest her feet and relax with a daytime drink, served by you.
Historically, the price per ounce of premium tequila is what determines the price tag on margaritas. Lately, though, the lime juice and garnish are what bars and restaurants are more worried about.
There’s nothing better than kicking back on vacation with a classic local cocktail, and nothing worse than being interrupted by some blowhard waxing poetic about the drink’s storied “history”. Unless you’re the blowhard, and you’re sitting at the exact bar where the drink was invented.
Warm up to these Halloween inspired cocktails!
Simon & Schuster author Mary Louise Kelly shares Washington D.C.’s best gin and tonic cocktails, the favorite cocktail of her novel Anonymous Sources’ main character Alex.
The Top Five Tiki Bars Around the DC Area
Although it used to be considered a beverage just for special occasions, champagne has become mainstream, something people drink at happy hour, with dinner and for no special reason at all. It’s just something about drinking bubbles that makes an ordinary day extraordinary. Local D.C. mixologists have caught on to the recent popularity of sparkling wine, and as a result have started creating novel champagne cocktails for D.C. residents to imbibe. Here are the recipes for some of these delicious cocktails, with information about the talented mixologists who have fashioned them.
Whether you’re looking to find a new job, expand your social circle or break out of your regular Friday night routine, a networking event is the place to be. Meet a lot of people and make new connections at one of these best DC bars for networking.