Karen and Quinn Hatfield show off the venerable fortified wine’s culinary side
A pilgrimage to Martinique finds cane consummated as a heavenly spirit made from freshly pressed sugarcane wine
This month, it's design of the times, as we report from the trenches of architecture, interiors, cars and Hollywood
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Cocktailia’s newest trend catches fire—plus, recipes from some of the country’s best barkeeps
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A recipe to take the venerable spirit from mundane to magical
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A guide to the restaurants that built Southern California’s reputation for global breadth.
By the Glass—a Macallan cocktail worthy of its home at £10 at the Montage Beverly Hills.
Nothing’s better in August than a tall, cold one—see how bartenders across the U.S. take the pause that refreshes.
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New iterations of premium agave give sippers their choice of taste sensations; plus, 13 brands worth a try.
A curated guide to what’s new in San Francisco: art, architecture, restaurants, bars and retail.
From Russia with love, infused vodka and the cocktails it inspires.
With its origins in the smokiest of spirits, this combination of rum and bitters is right on target.
A two-fisted combo of Jameson Irish whiskey and pickle juice—how can you go wrong?
It’s long been revered as a spirit—now today’s cocktalians are giving the libation a second go-round in eight delectable recipes.
An evolution that expands the definition of a classic cocktail; plus, five recipes.
For an over-the-top New Year’s Eve, there is still one go-to destination: Vegas, baby...Vegas.
The apricot is one of California’s most luscious fruits, and while its season may end in summer, its liqueurs can be enjoyed year-round.
It's better late than never, as the venerable spirit makes is reinvigorated in cocktails by the Roger Room’s Damian Windsor.
Lucas Paya reveres tradition, yet his mixology always breaks ground—as evidenced in the Spanish Golden Ale he makes just for LA.
Premier mixologist Francesco Lafranconi offers a tip sheet to the wonder of the bitters—and six recipes showcasing them.
Sure, they're sour-tasting elixirs made from mashed herbs—but thanks to the craft-cocktail movement, the time for amari in the States has never been better.
Francesco Lafranconi melds gin, vodka, sweet sherry and maraschino liqueur to create a cocktail
that is both complex and perfectly balanced.
The premier cocktailians of Caña put their own inimitable L.A. spin on what was once the drink of the tropics.
To get people dancing sometimes takes a heroic effort—and it takes a superstar spinner to breathe new life into a dying party.
Chandler’s The Long Goodbye stoked interest in this simple but elegant cocktail to Americans across the country.
The tiki cocktail is back with a vengeance...and now a tip of the hat to the man who brought it to Los Angeles.
Tiki cocktails: The Zombie.
Watch Barcelona native Lucas Paya, of Bar Centro at the Bazaar in the SLS Hotel, break down one of his best.
The Aussie native is consistently mentioned as one of the best barmen in L.A. Watch him make this rum, nutmeg and ginger-spiked Mule.
Watch what Marcos Tello, cocktail historian, founder of the Sporting Life and bartender at the Edison and Varnish, can do with only three simple ingredients.
Watch the godfather of L.A.'s cocktail renaissance craft his crown jewel of concoctions, and find out which farmers' market ingredients make it reign supreme.
Watch Rivera's Julian Cox create the mezcal-enhanced Donají, an ode to the storied Zapotec princess, and get three of his recipes.
Half of the country's top bartenders are in L.A., making it the most exciting cocktail scene in the country. Meet the mixologists and their drinks.