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More than 55 area restaurants and bars are offering special cocktail and food pairings.
Try the goat cheese mousse and avocado-topped toast.
Bartender: Ian Shores Where: Vapiano, 623-625 H St. NW Mystery Ingredient: Confit of jasmine flowers (available at Dean & Deluca or online) Bartender Response: Shores unscrewed the tiny jar of jasmine jelly with trepidation. “I was a little taken aback, especially when I opened it up and there were actually flowers in there,” he said. […]
Piña coladas are more often appreciated by Banana Boat–slathered sun seekers than serious cocktail connoisseurs. That’s a shame, says DGS Delicatessen Beverage Director Brian Zipin, because “the piña colada along with the Mai Tai are the two greatest drinks in the world, in my opinion—except for Manhattans.” Zipin and a number of other top bartenders […]
Coffee may be the focus of forthcoming Logan Circle shop Slipstream, but owners Ryan Fleming and Miranda Mirabella plan to take the cocktails pretty seriously, too. “It’s going to be a cocktail menu that’s not a cocktail menu,” says Steve Oshana, who's behind the drinks. Oshana previously worked at BLT Steak and Equinox and is also now creating […]
"Alright Stop. Collaborate and Listen," "Play That Funky Music Right," "Oh Mickey You're So Fine." These days, the drink menu at Hank's Oyster Bar on Capitol Hill reads more like a really bad jukebox than a serious bar program. But don't be fooled, this limited-time menu has all the force of a cheesy pop song […]
It's not just the decor that's nautically themed at chef Frederik du Pue's seafood restaurant Azur, opening April 18. So are the cocktails, which are named for famous boats. Y&H took a look at the stories behind some of these vessels, which range from fictional submarines to presidential yachts to ghost ships. (And seriously, where is the Titanic and S.S. Minnow?) […]
Just when we had finally finished swigging the blue curaçao cocktails and Hawaiian-themed specials nodding to President Barack Obama’s island roots that popped up around town during the election, next week’s inauguration is bringing them back. Where can you toast to a second term? Graphic by Carey Jordan
First it was cocktails on tap. Will bottled cocktails be the next local booze trend? The Coupe, a diner/bar/coffeehouse that opened in Columbia Heights last night, offers three cocktails that are concocted and bottled in-house. So far, the drinks include the "Georgia Comforter" ($11) with Filibuster bourbon, rosemary smoked maple syrup, and peach bitters, "Grandma's […]