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Cocktail Trends

Information on trends in on-premise cocktails


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All Hail the King   April 29, 2009

Dale DeGroff secured his first job behind the bar — at O’Charley’s on Manhattan’s Rockefeller Center in the 1970s — thanks to a shading of the truth about his experience.More>>

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Shooting for the High End   April 14, 2009

As the industry and the bar patron navigate back to the classics and incorporate the freshest of ingredients, shots can and should move in a similar direction.More>>

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Drink Development: Subtle Statements   April 14, 2009

To find out how to maximize sake's best features — floral flavors and aromas, a light body — we checked in with Ryan Magarian, head of Liquid Relations.More>>

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Spiking Sake Sales   March 1, 2009

The Sushi & Sake Sessions promotion at Loews Las Vegas Resort promotion was born from its kids’ sushi school.More>>

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The New Chocolate Culture   March 1, 2009

Chocolate makes the cocktails at Max Brenner locations around the world.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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Think Outside the Bag   February 1, 2009

Beyond the four corners of your bar, the tea trend is going stronger than ever. Inside your bar, a perfectly crafted mix of tea and spirits is hard to resist.More>>

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Red + White + Blue = Green   February 1, 2009

At Founding Farmers, a D.C. restaurant and bar, the green philosophy reaches beyond the farm-to-table concept to also encompass a farm-to-back-bar mentality.More>>

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Constellations and Cocktails   January 1, 2009

The management at the InterContinental Hotels and Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts in North America has launched a new drink list and promotion with astrology in mind.More>>

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Adult Cotton Candy    January 1, 2009

Cotton candy is certainly one of things we associate with being a kid, and the O’Charley’s chain of family restaurants is bringing a little bit of childhood back to adult patrons.More>>



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