Imbibiography The Life and Times of Drinking

Posts Tagged ‘beverages’

A post long overdue

02.26.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

what happened was I set up a blog entry to read over and finish up, but then had to go out of town AND managed to succumb to an insidious week-long cold that had been going around the office, felling colleagues left and right. So without further excuses… February 8 I headed on over to ...

‘These aren’t the food items you’re looking for…’

01.31.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

I went down to Tailor to give the “solids” cocktails a spin. I wasn’t expecting to, but ended up running into Eben Freeman (previously) on my way downstairs to the bar. We exchanged greetings and he said he’d be down in a few. Even though the bar is downstairs, it’s not a dark tucked away ...

Drinks at Tailor don’t always tailor to the seasons

12.18.2007 · Posted in Uncategorized

Last week I caught Tailor’s Eben Freeman on the phone to talk a bit about the drink menu at Tailor. With the change of the weather, I’d been feeling out to see what kinds of changes were happening to beverage menus out there, so I asked Eben if the beverage menu at Tailor menu was ...

Drinking (and eating) at the Beard House

12.13.2007 · Posted in Uncategorized

When Bret Thorn sent an email to me asking me if I’d go in his stead to a Beard House dinner he would be unable to attend I agreed to go without hesitation. Well, there was a bit of hesitation. “Am I supposed to be dressed real nice? It kind of sounds like it…” I ...

Nothing wrong with a little DIY

12.12.2007 · Posted in Uncategorized

During an NRN-Online department outing last night at the Pegu Club, Susan Vincer, our publishing director, had a sip of the Pegu Club Cocktail and commented that it tasted a bit tart. Our server came over to set down some utensils for food, but she also placed on the table a small wooden box that ...

Cocktails with tea

09.14.2007 · Posted in Uncategorized

Underneath a brown awning with just the letter “T” on it, Sanctuary Tea inconspicuously occupies a space sandwiched between two storefronts. “We’re trying to maybe get a board or something outside to make it more noticeable,” said owner Dawn Cameron. The food, created by Kevin Stanton, has some dishes with tea in it, the tea ...