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Rachel Marshall’s Signature Drink: The Suffering Bastard

A drink created in 1950s Cairo meets Seattle’s locally made ginger beer—and a blast of kegged carbonation.

  • By Andrew Bohrer
  • Published 05/25/2012
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Jason Stratton’s Signature Drink: The Pink Hook

A drink made with real maraschino, which originated in Croatia and has nothing to do with those dubious, red-goo cherries.

  • By Andrew Bohrer
  • Published 04/17/2012
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James MacWilliams’s Signature Drink: The French 75

This epic version of a pedestrian classic costs $100; you should try it at least once in your life.

  • By Andrew Bohrer
  • Published 03/22/2012
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The Nonamateur’s Guide to Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day

Despite what alluring advertisements of green-clad busty lassies would tell you, March 17 should be more about celebrating pub life than getting hammered.

  • By Andrew Bohrer
  • Published 03/08/2012
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Anna Wallace’s Signature Drink: The Pretty Ricky

It’s not currently on the menu at Walrus and the Carpenter, but feel free to ask for one anyway.

  • By Andrew Bohrer
  • Published 02/09/2012
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Jay Kuehner’s Signature Drink: The Caracas

It’s more ritual than drink, says Sambar’s longtime bartender.

  • By Andrew Bohrer
  • Published 01/25/2012
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Tiki Cocktails Return

The return of tiki cocktails lets us escape to a place where the shirts are silly and the drinks are seriously delicious. Find devoted disciples mixing those drinks at Tini Bigs, Naga Cocktail Bar, Moshi Moshi, and Rob Roy.

  • By Andrew Bohrer
  • Published 07/22/2011
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100 Reasons to Love Seattle

Call us biased, but it’s as easy to dig up reasons to love this city as it is to score gourmet grub on our streets. (Hey, there’s a reason right there…) In fact, we found so many—from our flair for flash mobbery to our kid-friendly

  • By Kathryn Robinson, Matthew Halverson, James Ross Gardner, Eric Scigliano, Laura Cassidy, Jessica Voelker, Christopher Werner, Laura Dannen, Tiffany Wan, Judy Naegeli, and Caitlin King
  • Published 06/14/2010
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