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Mandatory Features The Boogie Room in Screw the Snow: National Margarita Day Tells You So

“Fortaleza, hands down. I always like a nice balance of creamy and grass notes of a lowlands tequila with the crisp tart of lemon and sweet. The combination makes for a wonderfully diverse and keeps you ordering more.” – Spencer Elliott, head bartender at The Boogie Room in New York City

 

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Mandatory Features Trademark Taste + Grind in Screw the Snow: National Margarita Day Tells You So

“I love a younger Patrón Reposado because it’s picked up those beautiful vanillins from the barrel but hasn’t aged so much that it can’t be used in a cocktail.” – Mariel Burns, head bartender at Trademark Taste + Grind in New York City

 

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Uproxx Features The Boogie Room in Bang-For-Your-Buck Rums

Spencer Elliott, head bartender at The Boogie Room in New York City

“My favorite budget rum is a one-way JetBlue flight to Puerto Rico and a shot of Three Star (Ron De Barrilito Tres Estrellas). You can find this rum stateside, but, for a few bucks a shot, it’s well worth the flight and the inevitable sunburn.”

 

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Bright refreshing cocktail at The Wilson

Askmen Features The Wilson in How to Make Great Margaritas

Infuse Your Tequila

“One easy way to upgrade your average margarita is to infuse your tequila!” says Will Benedetto, director of bars at In Good Company Hospitality, a restaurant group based in New York City. “This adds an extra depth of flavor and richness to the already delicious cocktail. At The Wilson for our Garden Margarita, we infuse our tequila with avocado. We use discarded pits and skins from the kitchen and soak them in tequila for 24 hours so the trademark avocado flavor melds with the liquor.”

 

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Oscar Cocktail list | Refinery Rooftop

Do NYC Features Refinery Rooftop in Pre Academy Awards Party

Refinery Rooftop and Remy Cointreau invite you to the First Annual Pre Academy Awards Awards hosted by Lauren Scala of New York Live, Carl Radke from Bravo’s Summer House, and Travel and Spirits Journalist Céline Bossart!

Tickets are $25 and include two drink tickets and one Oscars ballot to be filled out before the Awards show. Each correct ballot will be entered into a raffle to win a one night staycation at Refinery Hotel, dinner for two at Parker & Quinn, and drinks for two at Refinery Rooftop. Dress code is Red Carpet Chic. Guests are welcome to stay and watch the Oscars with us and can reserve a table by reaching out to [email protected]com.

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Margarita at Park Avenue Tavern

Off The MRKT Features Park Avenue Tavern in Where The Hell To Get A Margarita On National Margarita Day

Park Avenue Tavern (99 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016)

How can you resist a Spicy Passion Fruit Margarita? Using passion fruit and spice this margarita is the perfect mix for those who want that something extra in their margarita.

Blood Orange Margarita

Off The MRKT Features Parker & Quinn in Where The Hell To Get A Margarita On National Margarita Day

Parker & Quinn (64 West 39th St, New York, NY 10018)

Parker & Quinn offers a Blood Orange Margarita, using Patrón Silver Tequila, Cointreay, Blood Orange, and Ginger Beer, for this seriously sweet and decadent drink. This upgraded margarita will surely keep you satisfied

 

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Sunset picture of Empire State Building

Metrosource Features Refinery Rooftop in 19 Rooftop Bars in NYC

Refinery Rooftop

The Empire State Building looms over the retractable glass roof at Refinery Rooftop. This attractive Garment District space wins at its stylishly cozy vibe and expert menus year-round. Come here for brunch, lunch, or late-night, and you’ll see why this place is constantly crowded. Reservations recommended. 63 W 38th St., 646-664-0374,refineryhotelnewyork.com

 

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Moody picture of cocktail | The Boogie Room

Mandatory Features The Boogie Room in The Best Whiskey Cocktails For Winter Drinking

Mint Julep

“I like to think I’m an aspirational drinker. Cold out? Let’s drink like it’s July, with a Mint Julep. The combination of citrus, sweet, mint, and the bite of a good whiskey makes any winter day seem like a day on the water.” – Spencer Elliot, head bartender at The Boogie Room in New York City

 

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Making a cocktail | Trademark Taste + Grind

Mandatory Features Trademark Taste + Grind in The Best Whiskey Cocktails For Winter Drinking

Old-Fashioned

“What’s my favorite whiskey cocktail for winter? I’m just an old-fashioned girl. Nearly any variation makes me happy as long as the sugar component is relaxed. It makes me want a fireplace inside and snow outside.” – Mariel Burns, head bartender at Trademark Taste + Grind in New York City

 

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