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Bake the Book: The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook

The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook captures the fresh, seasonal cuisine of Gramercy Tavern chef Michael Anthony, as well as the bright, convivial atmosphere of the Tavern itself. While its glossy pages and considerable heft make it tempting to leave on your coffee table, that would be missing the point: yes, it's a beautiful book, but you can, and should, cook from it. More

Man About Town

This cocktail from Gramercy Tavern in NYC is a take on a Boulevardier (which is like a Negroni, but with bourbon instead of gin). Here, however, spicy rye is the star, complemented by the bittersweet Sicilian amaro, Cynar. More

Gramercy Tavern's Expat

Sometimes on a cold fall evening all you want to drink is a bright, sunny cocktail to remind of warmer days recently passed. This Gramercy Tavern creation draws inspiration from both the classic Hemingway Daiquiri and Audrey Saunders' Old Cuban. It's at once tart and refreshing with a touch of richness from the golden rum. More

Why Restaurant Coffee is Getting Better Right Now

ood providers, from punks who do the highest-end artisanal donuts out of a tricked-out van to the white-tablecloth-and-napkin set, may be genius-like in preparing comestibles...and will then smack you in the throat with the worst tasting coffee imaginable. Stale urns of scorchy, low-quality coffee, or perhaps a thin and bitter espresso prepared by the bus-boy. Why, for the love of all things warm and brown, why? More

5 Fantastic Fall Cocktail Recipes from Gramercy Tavern in NYC

You wouldn't necessarily expect anything you're served at Danny Meyer's elegant Gramercy Tavern in Manhattan to be easy to make. But by focusing on fall flavors, and enriching classic cocktails with a seasonal spin, these five recipes are simple for mixing and sipping at home (and perhaps for serving as a pre-Thanksgiving dinner tipple.) And they're super-delicious, too. More

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