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Posts Tagged ‘Death and Company’

Blue Blazer Mix-Off at Pegu Club

10.28.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

(videos near the end of this post) Oct. 27 “…90 percent of the reason I’m here is because I want to see fire,” I said to Alex Day as I nursed a Whiskey Smash. The setting? Pegu Club. Six contenders were set to duel in their mastery of the most basic of elements required for ...

Your bartender, the physician

10.22.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

Warning: Despite the post title, the author does not promote the idea of using your bartender instead of a physician. Any and all benefits reported by the author below are the author’s experiences only and those of us at Standards and Pours would like to encourage you to seek the opinion of a trained healthcare ...

Endnote to ‘Allen & Delancey’s new cocktail menu’

09.26.2008 · Posted in Uncategorized

At some point in the evening as I was chatting with Alex Day, Thomas Waugh ambled in Allen & Delancey. For those of you who didn’t know, Thomas, formerly of Alembic, recently relocated from San Francisco and currently works shifts at Death and Co (ask him to make you something with his banana chip infused ...

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 ...