Take a look at the cocktails that people are drinking these days, and you’ll likely be reminded of what they’re eating.
 There are local and seasonal products, specialty items that give customers a sense of adventure, better-for-you drinks, farm-to-glass ingredients, and even the cocktail equivalents of small plates.
 As customers become increasingly adventurous in their drink choices — and have shown they’re willing to pay a premium for a more engaging bar experience ...

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