Winter 2016

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SD Sips

Exploring San Diego's cocktail culture and bars

Tijuana Gets a 21st-Century Speakeasy

Nortico hopes to transform the city’s craft cocktail scene

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Highlights from Last Week's Coffee Cocktail Challenge

Having some fun with Old Harbor’s Ampersand liqueur

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Meet the Bartender: Christian Siglin

Bracero’s bar director wants to broaden your understanding of Baja-inspired cocktails

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Three to Try

A trio of new cocktail menus from Grant Grill, Quad Alehouse, and Trust

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Make it a Margarita

Where to celebrate the classic cocktail on February 22

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That’s Amari

Celebrate love by embracing the bitter liqueurs

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Meet the Bartender: Jesse Ross

Whatever you do, don’t ask Sycamore Den's lead bartender for a crushed-ice Old Fashioned

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Create Your Own Home Bar 2.0

Suggestions for taking your cocktail-making to the next level

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Warm Winter Cocktails

Six drinks to combat the cold

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Handsome Drink

Form meets function in Crucial Detail’s Porthole Infuser

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