The holidays bring plenty of opportunities to sample adult beverages. We’ve got your guide to the Inland Empire’s beer and wine events during December at IEShineOn.com. We’ll cover New Year’s Eve in an upcoming post. Cheers!
While the weather outside still says summer, the calendar shows we’re on the cusp of fall and the transition to some cooler temperatures ahead. And with the change of seasons comes a shift in the types of cocktails that are most appealing. Specifically, that means a transition from light refreshing drinks, to those that feature dark distilled liquor. There’s no better place to start than with a couple of classic whiskey cocktails – the Manhattan and the Old Fashioned – along with a few other variations. I’ve got my take on a couple of my favorites at IEShineOn.com. These are heavy on the alcohol, so, as always, please be careful and drink responsibly.
Prohibition era-style speakeasies are once again returning to prominence, except now they are legal. While Los Angeles and other major cities around the nation have their share of these hidden bars, there has yet to be one surface in the Inland Empire — unless it’s so secret that I haven’t heard about it. The closest thing to a speakeasy now operates in the Claremont Village. To find out where it is and what makes it special, read my story on IEShineOn.