Restaurant Beverage Selections

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Coffee, tea, and more—restaurants are crafting new sodas, brewing better teas and coffees, and building exciting beverage menus around nonalcoholic drinks that sport exotic flavor profiles, healthier benefits, and creative complements to food.

 

Wine and Brunch are the Perfect Pairing

Wines with brunch are perhaps the most delicate and delicious pairings with that daypart’s lighter fare.

On the Border's New Margarita Comes with Bottle of Prosecco

The holidays just got a lot more toast-worthy at On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina thanks to the recently released Celeb'Rita cocktail—a festive take on the restaurant's popul

Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar Releases Drink for Fidel Castro's Death

In recognition of Fidel Castro's death, Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar is offering a complimentary “Original” Cuba Libre, Don Q Añejo Rum, Coca-Cola, and lime to guests who men

Craft Coffee Hits its Stride

From exclusive blends to elevated service, restaurants are transitioning coffee from a commodity beverage to a craft sensation.

NOLA's Annunciation Unveils Renovated Bar and Bar Program

Located in a beautifully restored turn of the century building in New Orleans’ Warehouse District, Annunciation restaurant opened in 2012 to rave reviews and accolades including a “Best

The Sweet Side of Sour Beers

Patrick Rue, who gave up a career in litigation to pursue his brewing dreams, is changing the way Americans look at sour beers.

Foraging for Cocktail Ingredients

Richard Woods hasn’t nixed many ingredients for use in his cocktails at the Duck & Waffle restaurant in London, England, but he drew the line at ants. At least initially: “I said.

Chicago’s Arbella Announces Next Global Guest Bartender Series

Chicago’s Arbella announced the next installment of the Global Guest Bartender Series on November 15 at 6 p.m.

Hickory Tavern Introduces New Fall & Winter Drink Menu

Hickory Tavern introduced its new Fall & Winter Drink Menu, which includes mixologist-inspired cocktails perfect for the holiday season and some familiar concoctions held over from summer due t

Why the Great American Beer Festival Matters to Restaurants

Whether it's branding or just street cred, nothing reflects a thriving beverage program better than menuing the best choices in the country.

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