As the restaurant industry gradually struggles out of the long, damaging downturn, alcoholic beverage sales also appear to be trending upward. While alcoholic beverages have long been a reliable tool for operators to maximize sales and profits, restaurants are pioneering new ways to showcase drinks that offer a fuller, more satisfying dining experience for their guests. Savvy bartenders and mixologists are employing new and innovative techniques and ingredients, like making their own bitters ...

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