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MiNGO Expands its Attractions   March 1, 2009

MiNGO, a restaurant and bar located in Beaverton, Ore., is known for its wine pairing dinners but is moving toward spirits with its Distiller's Dinner.More>>

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All Eyes on Three on Five   March 1, 2009

The competition is a monthly pairing challenge at the Fifth Floor in which three competitors see who can best pair drinks with executive chef Jennie Lorenzo’s five courses.More>>

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Great Items from the Grill   March 1, 2009

Burgers aren’t the only grilled dish that earns a place on bar menus. Today, a wide variety of grilled dishes are stars on restaurant, bar and nightclub menus.More>>

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Stimulating Wine Sales   March 1, 2009

Patina Restaurant Group issued a 25 percent markdown on all wines by the bottle in the majority of its venues with its “Wines for the Wise” promotion.More>>

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Upscaling Drink Sales   February 1, 2009

In upscale establishments, food and beverage programs must mesh seamlessly and provide customers creative as well as traditional options.More>>

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Mellow Mondays   February 1, 2009

Kristi Warren, owner of the Warren City Club in the Virginia Highlands area of Atlanta, has joined forces with On the Rox Entertainment to give locals a mellower Monday scene.More>>

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Tailor Sets the Stage for Sagatiba   February 1, 2009

Cocktail culture flashpoint Tailor in New York City celebrated fellow operators and bartenders in the Big Apple mixology scene with help from Sagatiba Cachaça recently.More>>

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Sinatra Going Strong   February 1, 2009

The lounge kitsch trend that boomed in the '90s is still swinging at Boston's Red Sky Restaurant & Lounge, thanks to Frank Sinatra Night and the lounge vibe and cocktail culture.More>>

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Buddies Behind the Bar   February 1, 2009

The Recovery Room's Chris Dimattia hatched one promotion in particular to attract locals normally put off by the high tourist head count downtown.More>>

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Work the Plan   February 1, 2009

In a slumping economy there will be fewer people on the street with less money in their pockets. When the markets stumble and crash is when it's no longer business as usual.More>>



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