Head to the Ludlow House to try the sake that will remind you of Champagne, HEAVENSAKE.
“The energy all depends on who is present and relies heavily on the musical choices of the room.”
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New Yorkers now have access to “extreme small-batch varieties” of sake at venues across the city.
Trust us: If you learned how to tell a pinot noir from a cabernet, you can become a sake connoisseur, too.
How the city went from offering a small handful of mass-produced labels to the approximately 800 types that are now available is a story unto itself.
The time has come for our next issue, but just one thing: we need a cover. Help us decide which image from our upcoming issue should grace stands across the city.
Saga is a wonderland of rice, tea, nori, sake and sesame.
From sake to negronis, here are some visual highlights from our Alcohol Issue. Click the photos to go to the stories.
This issue serves up stories about bottle businesses for which delectability is only one objective.
Message in a Bottle. Rick Smith and Hiroko Furukawa stock 150 bottles at their Ninth Street store—the only sake specialty shop on the East Coast.