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Amazon Will Deliver Alcohol to Your Door in Less Than One Hour

One of the most tried-and-tested ways to curry favor with humans is to give them alcohol. And Amazon, the monolithic corporation wrecking havoc upon everything from bookstores to the novelty vagina toaster industry, is now proving it still has love in its cavernous heart. That's right, Amazon is now delivering alcohol directly to your door. In one hour or less. In fact GeekWire managed to get some in just 34 minutes. The new offering is part of Amazon's Prime Now delivery service. As well as (chilled) beer, wine, and liquor, according to a press release, you can also add see more
Food + Drinks

There Is Now a Pop-Tart Flavored Beer, Because Of Course

If you ever craved a beer for breakfast, your options just got a little more fun. The latest in a recent string of breakfast-inspired craft-beer collaborations (read: Wheaties Beer, Count Chocula beer, Cinnamon Toast Crunch beer, the list goes on ...), pays homage to the famed Kellogg's Pop-Tart. see more
Food + Drinks

Baja, Home of Mexico's Booming Craft Beer Scene

A photo posted by Baja Brewing Company (@bajabrewingcompany) on Apr 7, 2015 at 2:46pm PDT Earlier this summer, the internet—in addition to thousands of guys who enjoy cooling off with an ice-cold cerveza—flipped when this WSJ article reported that Corona, America's fifth best-selling beer, could potentially face a shortage. see more
Food + Drinks

Andy Warhol's Favorite NYC Restaurant Is Reopening This Week

Jonathan Waxman unintentionally spearheaded the farm-to-table movement when he opened his restaurant Jams on the Upper East Side in 1984. His vegetable-heavy, California-style cuisine paved the way for NYC staples such as ABC Kitchen and Gramercy Tavern—as well as for all those who butchered the very meaning of "farm-to-table"—earning him regular patrons including Andy Warhol and Andy Rooney. Warhol apparently brought his entourage to the spot twice weekly. Now you can travel back to the glory days of fresh seasonal cooking when Jams reopens its doors this week. "I was trained by Alice Waters to not serve asparagus when see more
Food + Drinks

Starbucks Wants to Wine and Dine You Now. No, Really.

Looking for a romantic little boîte to impress your first IRL meet-up with someone you've been chatting with on Happn? Soon, you may be asking to meet up at your local Starbucks. The megachain, known mostly for caffeinated beverages, is looking to extend its menu with nighttime-focused drinks like beer, wine, and even small food plates, reports Time. The company has been testing out this concept for years, as far back as 2010, says USA Today, to help extend its money-earning potential in the afternoon/early-evening hours when business typically slows. In addition to a selection of libations, Starbucks will see more
Food + Drinks

This App Takes the Stress Out of Finding a New Bar

Plagued by the age-old dilemma of which drinking hole to spend your Friday night at? If you have high standards but hate making decisions, it might be time to try Bar Roulette, a new app that merges Uber and Yelp to take the pressure off finding the perfect spot. Created in part by Tyler Schwartz of Product Hunt, the app allows you to order an Uber, select a radius you'd like to stay within, then chooses a bar with a high Yelp rating to whisk you away to. The fun part? You don't know what the bar is until see more
Food + Drinks

À Votre Santé! French Cocktails Are Making a Comeback

Paris may be first in fashion and food, but when it comes to cocktails, it's been a second-tier city to New York and London. Now, though, it's developing a drinks culture all its own—a high-proof take on terroir producing emphatically French libations that incorporate local spirits, liqueurs, and bitters. see more
Food + Drinks

Food Hall Nation: How High-End Dining Courts Are Changing How We Eat

Grand Central Market in Los Angeles It wasn't long ago that the term food court conjured images of Cinnabon, SBARRO, and TCBY. But thanks to the current culinary renaissance, our expectations of even the most casual fare have reached heady new heights, and savvy chefs and restaurateurs are responding with shiny new food halls to bring the revolution to the masses: Twelve have already opened in 2015, with another eight or so set to follow by year's end. "It's a paradigm shift," says Mario Batali, who helped kick-start the trend in 2010 with the opening of New York City's see more
Celebrity

Marcus Samuelsson on His Biggest Fear, Social-Media Fails, and Being Mistaken for Bill Cosby

Most people know Marcus Samuelsson as the culinary mastermind behind a stable of restaurants, a cookbook author, and a go-to talking head for all things food-related—rightfully so, it's all true, after all. But what you might not know is that the Ethiopian-born, Swedish-raised chef can run a six-minute mile (!), is terribly averse to social-media matters, and would want a comedian to speak at his funeral (the ultimate host, that one). Oh, and he's an amazingly engaging person to talk to. Don't believe us? Try not to laugh during our 60-second chat with Samuelsson, above. see more
Food + Drinks

The Pop-up Tiki Bar That's Giving Rum New Life

Hugo Simbille knows his rum, and wants to help you get to know the oft-maligned spirit, too. The Parisian-turned-New Yorker is currently managing a super-cool pop-up tiki bar at Manhattan's Experimental Cocktail Club. It's an intimate, semi-hidden space, complete with palm fronds that used to be the ECC's coat closet. The bar within a bar calls itself the Experimental Caribbean Club, but Simbille refers to it as his "rum workshop." "What I love about rum is that there are no rules to making it, the diversity is infinite," Simbille says. "They're all so different—so many islands, so many cultures, see more
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