Posts Tagged "rye whiskey"


Where to Drink on the PCH: Pebble Beach When we spent the first week and a half of January on a driving tour of California, introducing our new child to some of our favorite people and places, our family kindly lent us one of their cars for the occasion, asking only a small favor in return. Our golf-crazed father(-in-law) asked that when we stop in Carmel we make a small detour through Pebble Beach Golf Resort to pick up their 2018...

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Where You Should Be Drinking: Waypoint in Cambridge On our way to Cape Cod, we made a prolonged stop in Cambridge to visit friends and to volunteer at Soccer Nights, a one of a kind summer evening soccer clinic for low-income, immigrant youth. One of us founded Soccer Nights, and the other volunteered for most of the 10 years of its existence; and it was always one of our favorite weeks of the year. Since we were practically passing...

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Not Quite Negroni Week ‘Was that today?’ is a question we find ourselves asking all the time. It feels like we’re always finding out about something midstream. This happens all the time living in DC, where our main way of figuring out that some special event is happening is getting to Pennsylvania Avenue and finding it closed or to the National Mall and finding it overrun by marching bands. There’s just so much...

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Tasting Mancino Chinato We’ve been on something of a (greater than usual) fortified wine kick for the last week or so, prompted by the arrival of several samples from fortified wine importer Fasel Shenstone.¬†Beyond being simply delicious, they’ve taught us a lot about fortified wines, and prompted us to go back and revise some of our earliest conclusions about vermouths and their close cousins. As we finish our week on...

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Kumo No Chowa Cocktail Recipe

Kumo No Chowa Cocktail Recipe


Posted By on Apr 25, 2017

Kumo No Chowa Cocktail Recipe With a mere 18 months in the city, a ton of restaurants and bars to try, and new ones opening all the time, there are very few places to which we’ve made a return trip. Acqua al 2 is one of them, for a number of reasons: it’s almost the very closest restaurant to our apartment–our preference for being close to home is well-documented; it has a nice patio, with charming tables and chairs...

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