- 9 Signs You're in a Real Dive Bar
- Secrets to Drinking Like You're in Havana
- Why You Should Use More Spices in Your Cocktails
- The Cha-Chunker Creates In-Can Cocktails
- 5 New Ways to Make a Mint Julep
- How to Make Campari Fruit Roll-Ups
- Washington, DC: Heartbreaking Football Team, Heartwarming Chili
- Curative Cocktails: 6 Boozy Prescriptions for What Ails You
- The New Old Fashioned
- Buenos Aires Cocktails
If you’re like me, and one tiki drink is never enough, here’s good news. The men behind the awesome Dutch Kills bar in Long Island City—Giuseppe Gonzalez and Richard Boccato—are opening a tiki bar in Manhattan. Called Painkiller, the bar is scheduled to open by early March. “We’re trading in Old-Fashioneds for Mai Tais,” says Gonzalez. Well, not exactly: Since the team is planning to blend 1970s New York culture and 1940s tiki culture, this may just be the best-ever tiki bar. Even the address is cool: It’s on Essex Street, in the old East Side Company Bar space.
But if, like me, you can't wait until early March for a Mai Tai, here's an outstanding version from F&W.