Cocktail Party Supplies Poulsbo WA
113 Blanchard Street
Zaina Food Drinks Friends
108 Cherry St.
Four Corners Tavern
28071 State Highway 3 NE
Four Corners Tavern - Twenty dollar cover? Nope. Celebrities? None. Four Corners Tavern is nowhere near the pages of Us Weekly or TMZ, but hey, beer is beer, whiskey is whiskey. A friendly neighborhood bar where you can pretty much wear whatever the hell you want. (But leave the cargo-shorts at home.)
Heads Up Brewery
9960 Silverdale Way NW
Heads Up Brewery - While you don't need to be wearing a suit to get into Heads Up Brewery, looking nice will help. The crowd is attractive and the bartenders even more so. If you're looking for a nice spot to hang with friends and meet new (attractive) people, Heads Up Brewery will do the trick.
Maple Leaf Tavern
1735 Wheaton Way
Maple Leaf Tavern - You might see a celeb here. But he/she will probably be on one of the many flat screen TVs lining the walls. Maple Leaf Tavern is the place you'd likely go to to watch that big game but you'll probably have so much fun, you'll stick around longer.
1122 E Madison
4209 University Way NE
18779 Front St NE # C
Portside Pub - Some bars are legendary. The kind of watering hole that you'll remember for most of your life. Portside Pub? It's not one of them. Located at [Address], it's pretty much your vanilla bar. Which isn't a bad thing.
Harbour Public House
231 Parfitt Way SW
Bainbridge Island, WA
Harbour Public House - The Harbour Public House is a great little find on Seattle's Bainbridge Island, right off the ferry docks. The menu runs the gamut from Italian pastas to classic pub grub and the selection of ales and lagers is excellent.
1220 Sylvan Way
Hansens - If you're planning on wearing sneakers, hoodies or any other casual apparel, you should probably go to another lounge. Hansens, located at [Address] prides itself on being selective at the door. So if you don't look good, you probably aren't getting in.
Technique, Technique, Technique
Technique, Technique, Technique
By Russ Cobbe
In real estate the mantra is location, location, location but in mixing cocktails its technique, technique, technique. Most home bartenders tend to just throw the ingredients together and serve the drink and in a lot of commercial establishments they do the same thing. The way a drink is prepared can make a big difference in how it tastes and in the atmosphere created.
Chilling a Glass
Always chill glasses before filling them. There are a couple of ways to accomplish this. First is to simply put them in the fridge or a freezer a couple of hours ahead of time. If you forget however you can fill the glass with shaved or crushed ice for a few minutes. Make sure to empty the ice before preparing the drink.
Frosting a Glass
For "frosted" drinks you can put the glass in the freezer ahead of time or bury it in shaved ice until it has a white, frosted and ice-cold look and feel. For "sugar-frosted" glasses, wet the rim of the glass that is already chilled with lemon or lime juice and then dip into powdered sugar or coarse salt depending on the recipe.
Creating a layered drink, also known as a pousse caf�, is not difficult once you know how. The main concept is the heavier ingredients go in first and the lighter ones on top so the ingredients don't mix. Take an inverted spoon and slowly pour the ingredient onto the back of the spoon. This spreads it out and reduces the churn that happens with a straight pour. This can also be done by pouring the ingredient down a glass rod.
To make a flaming drink you have to have a spirit that has a high alcohol content. Brandy is normally used. Prewarm the glass being used. Pour some liquor into the prewarmed glass and heat a smaller amount over a flame or in a saucepan on a stove. Light it with a match and then pour it into the glass being used very carefully. This will cause the rest of the alcohol to ignite. Be careful, flames can jump up qu...
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