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New menu at Death & Company

06.30.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

June 29After four months of gestation, the staff over at Death and Co. debuted their new baby on Friday. Seventy-four drinks. 74. More like 64 brand spankin’ new ones if you don’t count some drinks that are from the old menu (like the Oaxacan Old Fashioned). I saw that Joaquin Simo’s Carroll Gardens (rye whiskey, ...

The 3rd Annual Clement Cocktail Challenge

04.30.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

April 29 PDT swept up prizes when Don Lee and Daniel Eun placed second and first place, respectively, for the Rhum Clement cocktail challenge. Daniel made a drink called Bitches Brew, using Clement Premiere Canne, fresh lime juice, Pampero Anniversario, St. Elizabeth All-Spice Dram, demerara syrup and an egg. Don’s Sargasso is made with Clement ...

A manic Monday

03.25.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

or “Even Mondays aren’t safe from Death & Company“ March 24 “You’ve been here before?” Alex, who I had met before at Tailor, asked me as he prepared several drinks. I had already polished off a Oaxacan Old Fashioned (El Resoro Resposado, Los Amantes Mescal, Agave nectar, dash of Angostura bitters, flamed orange peel) sans ...

Bartender exchange program

03.14.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

Exchange programs aren’t just for students trying to expand their horizons. Joaquin Simo, bartender at Death and Company, spent a couple of days in February working shifts at the Chicago bar Violet Hour. In his stead, The Violet Hour‘s Kirk Estopinal manned the bar at Death & Company. Doing an exchange isn’t necessarily a publicity ...