Four boozy stops in Vegas that I love.
A peaceful break high above the traffic, blinking lights and maze of Tokyo.
With the quickly and ever-changing landscape of Williamsburg The Charleston remains a favorite haunt for a whiskey and beer fix.
Vaso de Oro feels like a local spot. It seemed to me that most eating there were locals on lunch.
Start where Rue de Panoyaux meets Boulevard de Ménilmontant...
A bar that was a favorite haunt for famous American expats such as Ernest Hemingway, Coco Chanel and Rita Hayworth.
Everything about this place is just right.
A basement bar for live music and beverages. Love checking this place out on breaks from all of the Deathfest venues.
Art deco charm? Check. A favorite haunt of legendary cult filmmaker John Waters? Check. Friendly barkeep? Yup. The entire Twin Peaks soundtrack playing from the house jukebox? Sold.
This is one tough dive bar or maybe it just happened to be at the moment I swung through. It’s for locals and locals that like to drink – namely, El Terremoto, The Earthquake.
I stumbled on Bar Berri. The downstairs area is cozy but the bartender tipped me off to the salon upstairs.
Greetings from Santiago, Chile.
…and it’s serving cocktails.
This is one of NYC’s classic spots to sip and booze under some red lights.
Some of my favorite spots to sauce in San Francisco.