Party Like it’s Prohibition in Philadelphia

by Mary Jo Manzanares on December 3, 2012

McGillins Olde Ale House Philadelphia

The Prohibition craze that’s manifesting in the nation’s bars, bookstores and TV programs will spark even more interest when the American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition makes its debut at Philadelphia’s National Constitution Center, which is curating and hosting the first-of-its-kind exhibition from October 19, 2012 to April 28, 2013. The exhibit contains […]


LA’s Top 5 Celebrity Mixologists

by Lanee Lee on March 23, 2012

In a city with stars as common as convenient stores, bartenders also have their place in LA’s figurative Walk of Fame. Going head-to-head with masterful mixologists of New York City, Chicago, Miami and Portland, Los Angeles’ notable bars specialize in farmers market ingredients, Pre-Prohibition classics and some flame-juggling thrown in for pizazz. If cocktail artistry […]


Historical Bars of Washington DC

by Rita Cook on January 25, 2012

Blues Alley Washignton DC

With an average age of about 35 years old, folks in Washington D.C. like their bars.  While there are numerous bars and lounges to consider when hitting the scene in the nation’s Capital, the eight bars below will take you through a smorgasbord of the city’s history one drink at a time.  If you don’t […]

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Dusseldorf: The Longest Bar in the World

by Rita Cook on August 23, 2011

Bolkerstrasse the longest bar dusseldorf

Many cities have monikers to be proud of, but Dusseldorf residents are especially proud of their designation:  The Longest Bar in the World.  After all, in Germany beer is the equivalent of drinking wine in France or tea in Asia. The Longest Bar is actually a designation given to Altstadt, a section of the city’s […]