Sierra Nevada Nooner “Sierra Nevada’s Nooner Pilsner is my new go-to for a craft lager. The hops’ floral and spice balances out the malty sweetness and make for a really great beer. Light citrus notes with watermelon and pear add to some seriously instance flavors with an overall smooth mouthfeel this beer is my go-to.” – […]
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Mariel Burns, head bartender at Trademark Taste + Grind in New York City “What’s my go-to budget gin and why? I have to go with Spring 44, out of Colorado. It’s a really nice gin with an even flavor profile, without going too piney nor too floral.” View full article Here.
Spencer Elliott, head bartender at The Boogie Room in New York City “Fords Gin, hands down, a crazy good gin for a crazy price. The fact that they can pack so much flavor and so much quality in something under $30 is a steal. I’d call Ford himself and ask how he even makes money on this […]
Will Benedetto, director of bars at In Good Company Hospitality in New York City “Coffee liqueur is sexy. Mr. Black is particularly sexy. It’s Australian so it has a great accent. Why not start or end a great night with a little-buzz going? Also, it’s great with pretty much every dessert.” View the full […]
Will Benedetto, director of bars at In Good Company Hospitality in New York City “What’s the best stout for winter drinking? I like to go classic in the winter. Guinness. Although I think my beard drinks more of it than I do these days.” View full article Here.
Mariel Burns, head bartender at Trademark Taste + Grind in New York City “What’s the best stout for winter drinking? I love Left Hand Milk stout. It has rich bitter chocolate notes and just a hint of sweetness from the lactic sugars.” View full article Here.
Trademark, New York, New York When you need a serious pick-me-up to kickstart your morning. A scoop of mega milky fior di latte gelato gets doused with espresso. Fernet Branca Menta is optional but recommended. Make a reservation at Trademark. View full article Here.
Mariel Burns, head bartender at Trademark Taste + Grind in New York City “My favorite sour beer? Tart of Darkness from Brewery Terreux. It’s a traditional stout that has been aged in barrels that have held sour beer with the addition of wild yeast. It’s unmistakably a stout with a dark richness, and yet it’s […]
Will Benedetto, Director of Bars at In Good Company Hospitality in New York City “What’s my favorite sour beer? I love Rodenbach Grand Cru. It’s what got me into Sours.” View full article Here.
Parker & Quinn For $70 per person, Parker & Quinn is treating guests to a three-course prix fixe dinner with a welcome toast to start. Take your pick of one of three tasty starters before selecting from Long Island Duck, Trademark’s Rigatoni Bolognese or Grilled Swordfish. Finish with the Blood Orange Sorbet or Milk Chocolate […]