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Cocktail Culture: A Little Bit Hemingway

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Start a new chapter in your libation book

This delightfully sweet and sour rum cocktail comes courtesy of our friends at Ink and Elm, North Druid Hills’ newest craft cocktail destination.

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Shaken or Stirred: An EDR Guide to National Vodka Day

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It’s a celebration!

Your day just got exponentially better. Yes, it’s the start of the weekend (congrats on that), but it’s also National Vodka Day. October 4th is the day to appreciate the world’s most versatile spirit and drink copious amounts of it… responsibly of course. Whether you enjoy it shaken or stirred, neat or chilled, straight or in a cocktail, we’ve got fun facts and a deluge of some of ATL’s best vodka ‘tails to celebrate in style with right here.

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Russian Vodka and Japanese Sushi Collide at Czar Ice Bar

Photo courtesy of Czar Ice Bar

Stop. Collaborate and listen…

Question. What does a Russian Vodka Bar and a Japanese Sushi Restaurant have in common with each other? Absolutely nothing! And we’re ok with that. EDR contributor Gregg Jarahian takes you through an evening of masterfully created sushi offerings and brief sampling of the 300+ vodkas on hand at the Buckhead restaurant and bar, Czar Ice Bar.

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St. Patrick’s Day 2012

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You’ve got to ask yourself one question: “Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?”

Ah, who doesn’t love a Clint Eastwood quote? And, hey, he’s part Irish too. And, if he lived in Atlanta, I’m certain he’d be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by eating Irish food and guzzling many, many beers in one of the numerous restaurants and pubs in Atlanta. Read on to see why…

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Atlanta Labor Day Planner

Fun , foodie events for the whole family…

Ah, Labor Day — the bittersweet end of summer made better only by knowing football season is just around the corner. What better way to enjoy the last hurrah of summer than by eating, drinking, and enjoying yourself? Read on for our favorite food-centric ways to celebrate…

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Atlanta Spots to Let it Linger

 

Do you have to, do you have to let it linger? Why, yes.

While bar-hopping all over town is a noble pursuit with many rewards, it can be just as amusing to nestle into one spot for the night and watch how it morphs over the course of an evening. Efficient partygoers know how to fulfill all their debaucherous needs in one place. Settle in for dinner first, then head over to the party side of the joint and get your groove on. Read on for some one-stop spots for all your entertainment needs.

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Drink of the Week: The Pickleback

 

I’m bringing pickleback…

Ah, the pickleback, quite possibly my favorite shot of all time. What’s a pickleback, you say? Well, it’s a two-part situation: a shot of whiskey, chased by a shot of pure pickle juice. Yes, you heard me correctly – pickle juice. The pickle brine magically blots out any bite you might get from the alcohol, so all you’re left with is the smooth deliciousness of the whiskey and the saltiness of the pickle juice.

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Recap: Miller Lite Summer Rooftop Series

Making summer count…one beer cocktail at a time.

The inaugural Miller Lite Summer Rooftop Series kicked off last week to provide consumers a unique opportunity to experience the MIllerCoors brand in a new light. Beer and cocktail connoisseurs descended upon The Reserve at Cafe Circa to sip, sample, and savor the unique pairings of MillerCoors products with their favorite spirits and bites.

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When Food and Music Collide

Get your groove on…

Gone are the days (thankfully) when music in restaurants was an afterthought and mundane elevator music was pumped in. The right music can make a great meal even better, just as the wrong music can detract from the juiciest steak. Ever try to stomach Nickelback with a side of sashimi? Not good. Atlanta restaurants are hip to the groove and, as such, are serving up equal portions of killer beats and gourmet treats. Read on to find the best places to keep your head bobbing and your mouth watering…

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Cafe 640

A change in name, not a change in quality…

Cafe di Sol may be called Cafe 640 now, but thankfully, you’ll still find the same great food and drinks and what is quite possibly one of the best patios for people watching in Atlanta. The view of N. Highland Avenue is a steady stream of joggers, moms pushing babies in strollers, droves of cyclers, and a handsome hipster or two headed to the art gallery next door.

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