Fever-Tree Debuts New Sparkling Lime & Yuzu Flavor

New Sparkling Lime & Yuzu Fever-Tree Fever-Tree first began revolutionizing the tonic and mixer space in 2005. Now, they’re back with their latest and greatest, a new flavor dubbed Sparkling Lime & Yuzu. While the brand essentially began with the premise of examining the gin and tonic—and realizing that ignoring the flavor of three quarters…

Every Margarita Recipe I Was Sent for National Margarita Day

National! Margarita!! Day!!! It was February 18th. 1:12pm. I was quietly minding my own business on a Thursday afternoon when my inbox received another urgent message. It’s a National Margarita Day recipe, and it’s the 7th one I received that day alone. I had been stirred into action. I knew then that I must share…

Jack Rose’s New Executive Chef Jon de Paz Will Make You Go For The Food

You go to Jack Rose for the whiskey. I get it. Believe me—nobody gets it as much as I do. But they damn sure are doing their best these days to bring you through the front door for other reasons, and a quick walk-through of new executive chef Jon de Paz’s menu overhaul proves that…

First Look: Italian Joint Rosario in Adams Morgan

Italian Restaurant & Bar Rosario Open in Washington DC: Rosario, an Italian restaurant and bar in Adams Morgan, has been open for two months and is already in full swing. That was certainly the case during a recent visit, with the packed restaurant maneuvering Negroni Week, Pride Week, and Taste of Adams Morgan all in…

Espita Mezcaleria Celebrates Sense of Moment with New Spring Cocktails, Mezcal Flights & Beer Collaborations

If you know me, then you know I love Espita Mezcaleria. That’s why I Can’t. Stop. Talking. About. Them. So I’m back at it with a close-up on all of their latest and best boozy offerings, all of which celebrate what GM and master mezcalier Josh Phillips calls, “a sense of moment,” with ingredients and…

Recapping The Year That Was As A Roving Booze Reporter

I certainly don’t keep the busiest travel schedule or log the most miles among my friends and colleagues in the world of spirits, food, travel, and lifestyle journalism, but nevertheless 2016 proved to be a year well spent on the road. Here are half a dozen highlights, along with links to where you can read…

First Look: Joselito Set to Bring Authentic Spanish Cuisine & Old School Style to Capitol Hill

Joselito Casa de Comidas—we’ll keep that to Joselito from here on out—is set to debut in its Eastern Market location in Capitol Hill on January 9th. Here’s a first look of what you’ll find from the new Spanish joint from the team behind Ballston’s SER.