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Pinkie Master’s: The Dive Bar With A Presidential Past

Wayne Curtis takes a look at the history of Pinkie Master’s in Savannah, where a president held forth.

Meet The New Neighborhood Bar

Newcomers like Fort Defiance, Elixir and Occidental are picking up the neighborhood-bar mantle.
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The History of Cocktail Menu Design

Prior to Prohibition, cocktail menus were rare. Now, we're amid a golden age of the cocktail menu—creative, fun and occasionally outlandish.
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Portland, Maine’s Drinks Scene Comes of Age

Portland, Maine's Drinks Scene has evolved more slowly than other hubs around the country. Wayne Curtis reports on how the coastal gem is finally coming into its own.
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The History of New York Rooftop Bars

Contributor Wayne Curtis looks at the illuminating history of New York's original rooftop bars.
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A Look Back at Clarence’s Bar

Every neighborhood has—or should have—a Martini’s, a place where they know you, and they know when something’s not right.
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What It Takes to Be a Bartender for Life

Contributor Wayne Curtis finds out what it takes to last in the bar business.
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Distiller Maggie Campbell Rides a New Wave of Rum

Campbell's work at Privateer Rum in Boston has propelled her to an international stage.
Nick's Original Train Bar in New Orleans

Big Train in the Big Easy

Contributor Wayne Curtis profiles Nick’s Original Big Train Bar in New Orleans.
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The History of Erickson’s Saloon

Erickson's had the reputation of the grandest and rowdiest workingman’s bar in the nation in the late 19th century. Wayne Curtis explores.
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New Orleans Cocktails

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