City Guide Features Innside By Melia In The Best Places To Watch The World Cup In NYC

Offering outside viewing on the front terrace, Innside Brasserie will boast a giant projection screen showing all the games. During normal business hours, the sound will be turned on. top off your al fresco viewing with one of three choices on the Soccer Spritz menu for just $10. Bud or Bud Light will be offered for $4. For reservations contact 917-409-5171, 132 W. 27th St.,

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My Life Out Of Office Features Trademark Taste + Grind In Where To Get The Best Food For A Picnic Based On What NYC Park You’re Going To

Bryant Park 

Head to Trademark Taste + Grind  for delicious, high quality sandwiches like smoked turkey BLTs with nueske’s bacon and herb ailoi. You can also pick up wraps, salad and crudités to-go. AND for International picnic day they are debuting a Picnic Package for four, which includes a choice of two sandwiches, four sweet-treats and four drinks for just $75. Be sure to place your order 24 hours in advance. Check out menu online HERE.

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Bitches Who Brunch Features Bungalow Bar In Their Weekly Roundup

Make a day trip to Bungalow Bar in Rockaway Beach. The waterfront bar and restaurant, pairs front row Jamaica Bay views with a myriad of lobster options. Feast on the Lobster Boil, which includes 1 1/4 lb. lobster, mussels, clams, corn the cob, boiled potatoes, and drawn butter.  If you’re looking to treat yourself, (or have a few friends in tow) choose from one of two signature seafood towers, The Dock or The Pier featuring lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels, oysters and crab. 377 Beach 92nd St, Rockaway Beach

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Eater Features Bungalow Bar In Where To Eat Near The Boardwalk In Rockaway Beach

The Bungalow Bar
Come for a seat on the waterfront deck with panoramic views, stay for always-stellar dishes like a fried cod sandwich on brioche, mussels with marinara, and fried calamari. The year-round hangout frequently hosts live music, and serves brunch on the weekends. 
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Chowhound Features Trademark Taste + Grind In How To Drink Summertime Gin And Tonics

Get Creative
-Will Benedetto of New York’s Trademark Taste + Grind adds gin, charred grapefruit, tonic to his Copa Gin & Tonic.
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Urban Matter Features Refinery Rooftop In 10 Killer Frozen Drinks For Summer In NYC

Sip on a refreshing blend of rose, orange cordial, and lemon on one of New York’s hottest rooftops.

Global Cocktail Features Refinery Rooftop In Global Cinco de Mayo Cocktail

Global Cinco de Mayo Cocktail, The Mango Basil Margarita
Mango Basil Margarita
Pop into the Refinery Rooftop hotel and ask for Will Benedetto’s mouth-watering and delicious take on a margarita. Grab a spot outside, high above New York City traffic, and enjoy that spring weather. 
2 oz of Casamigos Tequila Blanco
1 oz of Mango Basil Puree*
.75 oz of Lime Juice
Shake very hard with 5-6 ice cubes.  No need to strain, just pour the entire contents of the shaker into a Tajin rimmed rocks glass. Enjoy!
*Mango Basil Puree
1500 grams of Mango puree
300 grams of minced basil
400 grams of Agave
2 oz of Vodka

Mandatory Features In Good Company In How To Drink On An Airplane Like A Pro

But, fear not. There are other ways to enjoy high-quality spirits and delicious cocktails while you sit in a chair flying through the sky. A much wiser choice than committing a federal crime is to make cocktails using the spirits offered by the flight crew. “Most flights offer a one decent selection from every major category of base spirit including London Dry Gin, Tennessee Whiskey, Bourbon, Scotch, and Vodka,” says Will Benedetto, Cocktail Curator at In Good Company Hospitality. “Rum can be a bit tough as your often relegated to just spiced rums.” 

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Off The MRKT Features Refinery Rooftop In Their Favorite NYC Hotel Bars

Refinery Rooftop
Although not extremely large and expansive, Refinery is a two-story bar that offers sweeping views of the Empire State Building and Manhattan skyline. Not only is the location great, but also the cocktails are known to be one of the best as they are made with natural ingredients. Guests can enjoy delicious foods from chef Haskell’s full lunch menu, or if coming at night, be apart of the lively crowd and dance to great music.
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Off The MRKT Features In Good Company In, Spring Cocktail Trends From NYC Bartenders

Below, are 5 fantastic spring-inspired recipes to celebrate this year’s trends, all crafted by some of the nation’s top bartenders, including Naren Young (Dante, NYC), Dan Sabo (ACE Hotel, LA) , Nico de Soto (Mace, NYC), Will Benedetto (In Good Company Hospitality),Leo Robitschek (Eleven Madison Park, NYC). Each of the recipes listed below can also be found in St-Germain’s first-ever coffee table cocktail book, How to Drink French Fluently.

Mango Basil Margarita – Created by Will Benedetto, (In Good Company Hospitality)


  • 2 oz of Casamigos Blanco Tequila
  • 1 oz of mango basil puree*
  • 0.75 oz of lime juice

*Mango Basil Puree

  • 1500 g of mango puree
  • 300 g of basil
  • 400 g of agave
  • 2 oz of vodka

Shake all ingredients with 5-6 ice cubes. Without using a strainer, pour the entire contents into a Tajin rimmed rocks glass.

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