My New York Bars 2013 Drinking Itinerary

My New York Bars 2013 Drinking Itinerary

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So excited! Tomorrow I’m heading out to New York City after having been away for four years.

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    I had the chance to see Dushan Zaric, the owner of Employees Only, tonight when he was guest ending at The Eveleigh, and he said that although his bar has suffered a closure recently that he believes it will be open again by Friday.
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    My NYC trip isn’t complete without a trip way down the tip of Manhattan to this bar. Since this bar opens at 11am, I’m basically looking to spend all day there. Kidding, sorta.
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    Phil Ward (Pegu Club, Death & Co) helped open Ebanos Crossing in Downtown LA this year but before LA he had opened this mezcal and tequila haven, which is the place for contemplative drinking, not sports bar debauchery.
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    My friend LA/OC Foodventures recommended Angel’s Share. Apparently they have an impressive whiskey selection. Only issue of concern is that it doesn’t allow groups larger than four.
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    The highly respected bar manager Tristan Willey, who helped open B&D last year left the venue earlier this month but I’m sure everything’s just fine.
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    When I asked those in the know where I should imbibe in NYC, Pouring Ribbons was on the top of everyone’s list. After all, it’s the creation of guys who worked at Death & Company and The Violet Hour.
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    This is still up in the air but fingers crossed I’ll be able to get a look and taste of the long-awaited bar by Giuseppe Gonzalez and cocktail historian Greg Boehm.
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    A bar that’s part of a chain that started in Paris but the cocktail menu seems to have been redone recently in an effort to move away from clubby toward more cocktail bar. And it looks/sounds good.
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    Sam Ross’ Attaboy took the spot formerly occupied by Milk & Honey. It’s been described as a speakeasy but you don’t need a reservation or a membership. No actual cocktail menu but apparently you don’t need one with bartenders that good.
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    Bummed that I won’t be in New York for Brian Miller’s Tiki Mondays with Miller at Mother’s Ruin. But wanted to check it out anyway. It sounds like a chill place for some pre-gaming.
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    I don’t care how fancy pants this is or how much it costs. I want to check out that Manhattan cart, “Tableside presentation of The Manhattan Cocktail and its many iterations.” Yes, please!
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