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Bar Tour: Hop House Harlem From the mid-1920s to the mid-1930s, Harlem, New York City’s upper-Upper West Side, exploded onto the cultural map, making itself a de facto destination and safe haven for African-American artists of every stripe. “The Harlem Renaissance,” as it was known, saw musicians and writers, poets and photographers, artists and philosophers all make their way uptown to experience a new social and intellectual revolution, the likes of which had not been seen before. They were escaping Jim Crow laws and the oppression of the South and sought… Read More
From the mid-1920s to the mid-1930s, Harlem, New York City’s upper-Upper West Side, exploded onto the cultural map, making itself a de facto destination and safe haven for African-American artists of every stripe. “The Harlem Renaissance,” as it was known, saw musicians and writers, poets and photographers, artists and philosophers all make their way uptown…
With more music options than ever before, why classic jukeboxes still matter. By Christopher TarantinoEditor-in-Chief From the original turn-of-the-century 78rpm jazz record-changers to the 45-filled, tableside doo-wop machines at the malt shops of the ‘50s to the hard-rawking pool hall beasts in the mid-‘80s, to the meticulously-curated indie compact disc rock-boxes of the 2000s, the…
The Super Bowl has become a US secular holiday in which any and all bars with a TV screen or large projector would be very unwise not to capitalize on. By Heather Florence Marple Despite some waning ratings during its regular season, the NFL shield is still strong, so whether or not this year beats 2015’s record 114.4…
The Dead Rabbit, a tri-level mid-19th century style Irish/New York drinking saloon and “World’s Best Bar” winner at 2015 Tales of the Cocktail, today announces it has topped the list at #1 on The World’s 50 Best Bars 2016, the highest accolade. The awards recognize excellence in bar programs around the world and are among the…
James Beard Award-winning author and revered cocktail historian, David Wondrich, has teamed up with Greg Boehm, founder of leading premium professional barware manufacturer and distributor Cocktail Kingdom, to create the David Wondrich Classic Collection, an exclusive selection of barware inspired by traditional items from the 19th century. “Greg and I have each been collecting vintage bartender…
Greg Boehm, founder of Cocktail Kingdom, has taken inspiration from his extensive collection of antique barware to create the newest collection, Gunmetal Black, now available from Cocktail Kingdom, the leading purveyor of professional barware, “This line of barware is inspired by the dark patina of the oldest patented cobbler shaker I have in my collection of…
Perlick, a leader in total package bar equipment and beverage dispensing systems, introduces 29” low-height refrigeration and dry storage cabinets for the back bar and underbar to put valuable storage within easy reach of bartenders. “Our low-height cabinets unlock new opportunities for temperature-controlled storage of food and beverage items. Now designers have more options to…
HEINEKEN USA, the nation’s leading upscale beer importer, announces Heineken Light and Strongbow Gold Apple Hard Cider will be available on the BrewLock keg system beginning April 1, 2016. BrewLock, the company’s revolutionary, on-premise draught technology, has been transforming the quality, consistency and environmentally-sound delivery of Heineken Lager and Newcastle Brown Ale since 2014. The…
At last week’s Amusement Expo, AMI Entertainment Network unveiled two new jukeboxes to be added to its popular NGX jukebox line-up, as well as exciting new accessories for existing models. New for 2016 and shipping in April, the NGX Ultra is a dual-screen music video jukebox capable of simultaneously delivering hit songs, whole albums, the…
Whether you’re on the verge of becoming a bar-owner for the first time, or you’ve been a pub landlord for years, one thing will always be the same – you’d like more customers. So, think about who your regulars are, who your occasional visitors are, and who you’re missing. There could be a big group…
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