It grows like a weed. Luckily, it tastes good in almost anything.
If American Pharoah doesn’t do it, the jewel in the Triple Crown might just be the Belmont Jewel cocktail.
The Farmingdale-based mixer is more than just juice.
Steep cinnamon in high-proof alcohol, add rum and sugar and you’ve got a drink for in front of the fire.
In our holiday issue, Kerriann Flanagan Brosky time traveled back to the days of bathtub gin, speakeasies and rum runners. Stir up a little…
Our Montauk Shandy is half beer, half lemonade and 100 percent refreshing; a perfect summer cocktail.
We’ve all drunk them. Maybe for some, more than they’d like to admit, but like Billy Joel, the Big Duck and Jones Beach, the Long Island Iced Tea can take its place in our culture and history here on Long Island. For all you trivia buffs out there, do you know where this smooth, yet potent, world-famous concoction originated from?
From Manhattan to Montauk, Edible’s looking for great bartenders. Here’s the chance to mix it up with your peers and win an Edible profile, prizes and prestige. Plus some money.
The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports and the Mint Julep go together like New Year’s Eve and champagne.
For those of us who are not fortunate enough to be in kinder, more tropical locales nibblin’ on sponge cake while watchin’ the sun bake, I bring glad tidings: Saturday February 22 is National Margarita Day!
Speciality cocktail from the forward-thinking Tullulah’s restaurant in Bay Shore.
Thankfully, it is often the simple things in life that yield the best results. One sublime example is the Apple Crisp cocktail at Relish in Kings Park