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Resy SpotlightPhiladelphia

R&D Cocktail Bar Is Your Favorite Bartender’s Bar in Philadelphia — Here’s Why

Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood is no longer a go-to area just for Citywide shot-and-beer dive bars. Since October 2018, R&D Cocktail…


GuidesWashington D.C.

The Cocktail Spots Across D.C. You Won’t Want to Miss

In a city of partisan gridlock — and literal gridlock — sometimes a good drink is needed to help take…


All the gin drinks, at Scofflaw. // Photo courtesy of Scofflaw


Where to Drink Cocktails in Chicago Right Now

Could you maybe use a cocktail? Us, too. Fortunately, superb choices abound in Chicago, helmed by world-class bartenders in spaces…

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InterviewsLos Angeles

The Ruby Fruit is Revitalizing America’s Lesbian Bar Scene

When Mara Herbkersman and Emily Bielagus decided to open a lesbian wine bar and restaurant in Silver Lake, many told…



8 Cocktails to Get You Looking Forward To Spring in Atlanta

Can you feel it? Daytime temperatures in Atlanta are hovering in the mid-50s, daffodils are starting to peek their sunny…


Bars and CocktailsLos Angeles

Inside the Design of the Stunning Wyman Bar, in Downtown L.A.

Los Angeles’ treasures often hide in plain sight. Take the Bradbury Building at the southeast corner of Third Street and…


Bars and CocktailsSydney

How Re’s Evan Stroeve is Changing How We Think About Sustainability, One Martini At a Time

Whether he’s competing in major competitions or behind the bar at Re, Evan Stroeve shows how cocktails can start a…


Dish By DishSan FranciscoOakland

A Guide to Downtown Oakland’s Sobre Mesa, in Six Cocktails

If you haven’t already, say hello to Sobre Mesa, one of the most stylish and energetic bars to hit Downtown…


Bars and CocktailsLondon

The New Golden Age of The Martini: A Brief History

Some like it wet, some like it dirty, but it’s most popularly enjoyed bone dry. Of course, we’re talking about…


GuidesSan Francisco

The Resy Guide to Cocktails in San Francisco

We’re somehow officially in the last quarter of 2021. Not sure how that happened, but chances are you could use…


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