What’s on this weekend

Dead Rabbit reopens Indoor dining has returned in New York, with venues now able to operate at 25% capacity. As such, renowned cocktail bar the Dead Rabbit has reopened its doors once more. The Dead Rabbit is now open from Tuesday to Sunday for drinkers to sample serves from the bar’s latest menu. According to physical distancing rules, guests must have a seat at a table and the bar will not allow standing service. Drinkers…

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Hottest bar openings in January 2021

From a lakeside pop-up in Melbourne to a saké specialist in downtown Singapore, here is our roundup of the most exciting new openings around the world. January may be a tough month, with Christmas hangovers lingering on and calls for moderation shared at any given moment. However, that hasn’t stopped the world’s brightest and best bartenders from opening exciting new watering holes in recent weeks. This month, we uncovered new openings from London to Singapore,…

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What’s on this weekend

High West Distillery Après Ski Utah-based High West Distillery partnered with Park City Mountain Resort to create a snow globe-inspired après ski offering. At the distillery’s Nelson Cottage outpost in Park City, High West has created heated snow globes that can accommodate up to eight people. The spaces offer panoramic views of the Wasatch mountains, which can be enjoyed alongside the High West Manhattan fondue, smoked Rocky Mountain trout, and the High West Hot Toddy.…

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What’s on this weekend

Jameson Seen & Heard Irish whiskey brand Jameson has teamed up with Sofar Sounds to launch the Seen & Heard series, which aims to support struggling musicians. The online series of free virtual gigs will run through the Sofar online Listening Room every night for two weeks. The series will see a different UK artist perform a 20-minute set at 7pm GMT. The line-up of artists includes Birmingham-based band IMO, who offer an upbeat funk…

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Devil’s Botany is London’s ‘first’ absinthe distillery

East London-based producer Devil’s Botany has become the city’s ‘first’ absinthe distillery. Devil’s Botany has released its first product: Devil’s Botany London Absinthe, which has been bottled at 55% ABV. The first batch comprises 750 bottles, priced at RRP £40 (US$54). The absinthe is made from British wheat spirit and 14 botanicals, including English and Swiss grand wormwood, green anise, fennel seed, devil’s claw root, lemon balm, meadowsweet, peppermint and elderflower, among other herbs and…

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