There are many ways to get through the holidays, and an innovative use of spirits can be one of the most enjoyable.
During a recent visit, Mott and Lynch engaged guests as they handed out popcorn samples.
“One is a safe place where gamers and geeks can go and everything is catered to them. The TVs won’t have sports on them, and things won’t get too rowdy.”
Ludivine, 805 N. Hudson Ave., returns with its classic cocktail class 4 p.m. Sunday with a tutorial on making the perfect Moscow Mule.
But it’s not just the drinks that have gotten an overhaul. Bossa Nova now serves a bevy of vegetarian and gluten-free snacks along with cocktails.
“They are very influential in our Saturday business,” he said. “I didn’t realize that when I first bought the place, but the employees very quickly told me we had to get them back. They were only gone probably a couple of weeks.”
I think Broadway 10 is coming into its own. The owners listened, they learned and they adapted. If you’ve been waiting to try it out, it’s time.
“They have complete freedom to do whatever they want,” he said. “They’re bound only by their creativity.”
Laos is a land of mystery. Specifically, I’m not entirely sure where Laos is.
What’s fancier than being fancy? Is it Iggy Azalea wearing a top hat and a monocle, riding an old-timey bicycle while reading Harper’s Bazaar? Yes.