Food & Drink

"One thing I’m definitely looking forward to is when we make the entire casino smell like baked goods. At that point, resistance is futile."

Chatting with Milk Bar boss Christina Tosi about her new Cosmo spot

December 7th, 2016

"One thing I’m definitely looking forward to is when we make the entire casino smell like baked goods. At that point, resistance is futile."

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