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Aureole (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Aureole was never known for its cocktails, but with the cocktail Renaissance in full swing, even Upper East Side stalwarts like Charlie Palmer's flagship restaurant are now offering mixed drinks that tempt a detour from the wine list. Mixologist Ektoras Binikos peppers the summer cocktail list with...Read Full Story

Fifty London (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Fifty London is, like most places worth visiting in London, technically a members-only club. But if you're a fan of the world's rarest Cognacs, you'd be wise to call in any favor you can to gain access. Behind the bar, Salvatore Calabrese, formerly of the Library Bar at the...Read Full Story

Russian Samovar (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Roman Kaplan, founder of Russian Samovar in midtown Manhattan, is a former professor from Russia who began using information culled from 19th-century texts to infuse vodka with esoteric flavors such as cherry, tarragon, coriander and ginger back in 1986. Now, with the flavored spirits craze in full swing,...Read Full Story

Cabana Bar (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Cabana Bar at the Bellagio offers a cool poolside respite from the desert heat, but you won't find any frozen Margarita machines churning neon-green slush here. Beverage specialist Tony Abou-Ganim's mixing mise en place includes only the freshest ingredients—spearmint leaves, fresh berries, hand-squeezed juices...Read Full Story

L'Escale (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

L'Escale perched on the Greenwich waterfront, does an exceptional job of evoking the south of France throughout the summer. But when the cold reality of Connecticut winter sets in, it's time to drop the pastis, close the outdoor terrace and retreat to the coffered zinc bar. Here...Read Full Story

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