They may be Westchester County's favorite nightlife hot spots, but these bars and restaurants also offer frosty, flavorful cocktails.
Expand your vino palate with these bottles — three whites and two reds — from lesser-known regions the next time you're out and about.
Some of the best Mediterranean food in Westchester comes from Livanos restaurants. Now, the family’s younger generation branches into booze.
Mexican spirits like mezcal and tequila are popular in area drinks, bringing fresh flavors and unique tastes to refreshing summer cocktails.
Looking for the best cocktails for your Instagram feed? Check out this list of fun and refreshing cocktails to try this summer.
1857 Spirits in Middleburgh crafts vodka that's smooth as can be on land that once belonged to a Revolutionary War hero.
On the hunt for new spirits to spice up your cocktail game? Look no further than Westchester's top distilleries for bourbon, gin, vodka, and more.
Cru Beaujolais bottles are serious, delectable, and often age-worthy wines. Here's where to go for the best vintages in Westchester County.
While some of the most expensive bottles in the wine universe are Burgundies, a number of affordable varietals are available locally.
With their pink hue, pleasant bouquet, fruity notes, and crisp finish, these bottles make perfect wines for a romantic evening.
Think whites are just for summer? These affordably priced bottles that show whites make for delicious drinking year-round.
Two Yorktown locals team up to craft Merchant's Daughter, a Westchester-based hard cider brand that shines the light on Hudson Valley apples.
The 1920s cocktail bar serves up new twists on old-school drinks with cheeky names like Daddy Jazz Hands and The Secret on Martine Avenue.
Spooky season has arrived and with it comes a harvest full of new boozy drinks showcasing the tastes of the season. Here are some fall-themed cocktails that’ll warm you up while you chill out.
Italy’s northeastern Veneto region produces a top-choice red wine to drink this season.
Area bars offer up seasonality, culinary mixology, house-made ingredients, and recipe innovation.
Kings County Distillery, which ages its whiskey the standard two to four years, quickly became known for its inventive product.
On Wednesdays, we drink pink.
The beloved brewer and its new Current Spirits Distillery are hoping to upend your summer drinking game with natural flavors, real liquor, and a couple unique delivery methods.
Inspired by small European village breweries in Belgium and Germany, a home brewer opens a craft tap house in Pleasantville.