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Tips and tools for bar management from bartending professionals throughout the hospitality industry—from fine-dining restaurants to sports bars, casual-dining chains to gastro pubs, hotel restaurants to neighborhood taverns.


Falling for Ciders

The season’s most popular fruit makes the perfect beverage pairing for harvest dinners and holiday menus.

California Dreamin’, Drinking, and Dining

Lifestyle developments that celebrate an area’s foods, artisans, and craft beverages attract tourists, foodie travelers, and locals. 

Temporis Welcomes Donald Coen as Beverage Director

Temporis, a Chicago fine-dining destination opening this fall, welcomed Donald Coen as beverage director, enhancing what will surely be one of the city’s most exciting dining experiences.
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Tapping Into the Future of Wine

Sixty Vines built its restaurant around the once taboo concept of tap wine. The result? They're selling more, saving the planet, and appealing to every generation and price point.

The Complete List of 2016 Great American Beer Festival Winners

The Great American Beer Festival, which took place in Denver from October 5—7, awarded 286 medals to some of the best commercial breweries in the U.S.

The RAM Awarded Two Golds at Great American Beer Festival

The RAM Restaurant Group was honored this past weekend with two gold medals, including one for their flagship Hometown Blonde at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver.

Local Wine Isn't Reserved for California Anymore

A restaurant doesn’t need to reside in California to offer regional wines anymore. Discovering local vinos from surprising terroirs can be an explorative and profitable experience for dedicated operators.

James Beard-Winning Todd English to Open First Cocktail-Focused Concept

The InterContinental New York Times Square Hotel announced James Beard award-winning chef Todd English’s first cocktail-focused concept, The Stinger Cocktail Bar & Kitchen, opening Octobe

Ushering in a New Era of Mexican Spirits

The only thing hotter than Mexican cuisine may be the spirits that share the same cultural heritage—tequila and mezcal are still rising, but so are sotol and raicilla.

Trump Leads Clinton in Omni's Cocktail Poll

In less than one month, America will pick the next President of the United States.