WASHINGTON — If you’re watching your calorie intake at cocktail parties and dinner gatherings, heavy appetizers and creamy dips aren’t your only enemy — what’s in your glass can affect your waistline too. Some cocktails…
There\’s no shortage of bars and restaurants experimenting with creative cocktails in the D.C. area, but one mixologist is giving Washingtonians a taste of something unfamiliar to many.
Apple, cranberry, maple and other flavors of fall
serve a purpose beyond being baked into pies, whipped into sides and simmered in sauces
— they\’re great in cocktails too.
Two Arlington friends launched a business that lets its customers turn the kitchen into a distillery.
Candy gets all the credit when it comes to Halloween, but one Arlington bar and restaurant is working to change that.
Headed to the farmers market this weekend? Sure, you can pick up some staples for dinner, but you can also find some ingredients for a refreshing summer cocktail.