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A cocktail that leaves you lingering for another ... like a good kiss. Just in time for Valentine's Day!
Order it à la carte, or drink it from the mix-and-match bottomless menu during brunch.
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Bugsy probably didn't sip martinis with sugar rims, but you can!
Revitalize your hungover self at Sunday brunch!
Flavors of vanilla, rhubarb and bitter orange marry with brut bubbly at the Caesars Champagne lounge.
Clear Creek Distillery's Douglas Fir Eau de Vie gives the libation a fresh, forest-y aroma.
The Bellagio bar marries the caviar with Beluga Gold Line Noble Russian Vodka.
Star anise and cinnamon sticks give the traditionally tropical cocktail a seasonal twist.
The story starts in Scotland, in a coastal town called Girvan, population 8,000.
The drink was first unveiled on the season finale of Bourdain's CNN show Parts Unknown.
The cocktail was initially planned to celebrate October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but after rave reviews the libation has been added to Hakkasan's menu full-time.
With cider and pumpkin butter, the libation really captures the essence of the season.
Skip the pumpkin pie this season and instead opt for this dessert in a glass.
The Brooklyn-born rapper and the original Rao's in East Harlem have a long history.