When the so-called mixology movement began to percolate in a public way several years back, much of it involved bringing back Prohibition-era cocktails. But this reexamination eventually led to a great deal of innovation, some good, some bad, by ambitious bartenders who believed it was time to move the craft of cocktail-making into the 21st century. One of these successful, forward-thinking bar masters is Jeffrey Morgenthaler, who applies his trade at Clyde Common, a modern ...
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