Category: Cocktails

  • Cocktail of the Week: The Sparkling Mezcal

    Full transparency here, this cocktail is NOT my creation. I enjoyed it several years ago at a bar somewhere inSan Francisco that I tried really hard to remember but, alas, could not. The cocktails were THAT good. Good enough to forget where I was and what the cocktail’s actual name is. I do, however, remember […]

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  • Cocktail of the Week: Autumn Spiced Vodka Tonic

    Let’s be honest, the vodka tonic isn’t exactly an exciting cocktail option. I’m not knocking it, there are certainly times when you just need the simple, no-frill, enjoyment of this fizzy mainstay. But, when you’re craving something a little extra and you just happen to have a bushel of apples sitting on your kitchen counter […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    I’ve got a little bit of everything lined up for you this week: Halloween decor, stiff drinks, event inspiration, and a little comedy to take you to the weekend. Enjoy! That’s spooktacular! Who says Halloween is just for kids? Not me, that’s for sure. Halloween can be a blast for people of all ages. Even […]

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  • Cocktail of the Week: The Apple Brandy Old Fashioned

    I’m going to keep the autumn feels going with this truly patriotic drink made with America’s original spirit, Applejack. With the intensity of a whiskey but a marked apple taste, Applejack is delicious on its own but also perfect for mixing. I’d say the most popular cocktail that incorporates Applejack is the Jack Rose, but […]

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  • Cocktail of the Week: Amaretto Sour (with a twist)

    It’s officially fall, but it still feels like summer here in New England. My twist on the classic Amaretto Sour is the perfect summer to fall transition drink. It’s refreshing on a warm day but also warms the soul on a cool evening. It’s also packed with nutrients, which certainly isn’t something you hear too […]

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  • Cocktail of the Week: Apple Cider Margarita

    As I was perusing my local Whole Foods on Sunday afternoon I noticed workers stocking shelves with my favorite fall treat. There it stood, nestled between overly priced infused water and freshly squeezed orange juice, a beacon of light symbolizing the coming of fall and the return of my most treasured, easy to make and […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    We’re in the last few weeks of summer, and we’re already beginning to see news about fall menu trends and emails from our customers announcing their holiday event bookings — don’t forget to include your lead form link in those emails! Let’s kick this week’s post off with a taste of fall. There’s more than […]

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  • Trend Report: Mocktails

    Mocktails are more popular than ever this year and they’re popping up all over on bar and restaurant menus. The Dry January fad, health concerns, and a culture shift have certainly had an influence on creating specific menus catering to those looking to forgo the buzz, which means that skimming the children’s menu for non-alcoholic […]

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  • EventCamp 2019: How Relationships, Marketing, Reports, and More Can Grow Event Bookings

    Tripleseat’s 2019 EventCamp for restaurant and hotel sales and event professionals didn’t have an official theme, but one topic kept coming up throughout this year’s annual conference: the importance of maintaining relationships. Ali McQueen Cannon, Manager of Global Accounts, at HelmsBriscoe, expressed how relationships with event professionals at restaurants, hotels, and unique venues, factor into […]

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