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Best Cocktail Blog: Thirsty in LA 

Thursday, Jun 9 2011
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Thirsty in LA muddles together many aspects of cocktail culture, including bar reviews, drink recipes and tippling events. What we love the most are the site’s photos: rows and rows of brown-filled bottles glistening in candlelight; that unique ellipse created when a martini glass is shot from a 45-degree angle; crushed fruit and cracked sugar buried in ice. Time to knock off already?

Click here for the entire list of Los Angeles Best of the Web 2011 winners. 

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