New York Cocktails: An Elegant Collection of over 100 Recipes Inspired by the Big Apple (Travel Cookbooks, NYC Cocktails & Drinks, History of Cocktails, Travel by Drink) (City Cocktails) (Hardcover)
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“Covers drinking in New York from every angle…New York Cocktails by Amanda Schuster is a story of the cocktail told through the city.”—Florence Fabricant, The New York Times
Far more than just a recipe book, New York Cocktails features signature creations (along with new variations of the classic Manhattan and Negroni), tips, and techniques by the best mixologists in the Big Apple, along with their personal profiles.
From the classic Martini, to the Hanky Panky of the 1920s, to the Penicillin, you will be mesmerized by the characters and history of the New York City cocktail. New York Cocktails features over 100 craft cocktails from the city that never sleeps! Travel straight to the epicenter of the cocktail renaissance with this elegant new guide to the best bars and cocktails the boroughs have to offer. Check out recipes and stories about these classic and curious cocktails:
- Old Fashioned
- Purple Rain
- and more!
Hop on the train for a bar crawl, or throw your own prohibition cocktail party. Celebrate the seasons or holidays in the comfort of your home, or find the quintessential bar for any occasion after reading up on food and drink hotspots around the city, as well as their histories. Mix up your own Gatsby-esque celebration with this perfect guide to the cosmopolitan art of New York City Cocktail crafting!
Author Amanda Schuster is the Editor-in-Chief of online drinks site The Alcohol Professor (www.alcoholprofessor.com) and writes for other publications.
About the Author
Amanda Schuster is a drinks writer based in Brooklyn, New York, and is the author of New York Cocktails. She thinks the worst thing to happen to whiskey is the Pickle Back.