With its tiki-inspired cocktails and daily pitcher of punch, the new casual eatery g.e.b. in Chicago by celebrity chef Graham Elliot proposes that a serious beverage program, like a serious culinary effort, can be unpretentious and fun. Symbolizing that attitude are signature drinks like the Sarawak Sling, an update of the classic Singapore Sling; Old Tommy Cool-Hands, a revisited Tom Collins; and Black Tai Affair, a summery dark rum libation with orgeat syrup and key lime. “They ...
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