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L.A.'s Cocktail Culture Renaissance 

March 4, 2009
Meet the New Cocktailians - the farmers-market-loving, sleeve-garter-wearing ladies and gentlemen of the bar taking over L.A.'s restaurants one glass at a time. Read Jonathan Gold's "The New Cocktailians" feature and his "Where to Drink Now" guide.
Anne Fishbein
Daniel Nelson preparing the Blue Blazer On Fire: Macallan 15 year cask strength, sugar cube, lemon peel. The Doheny, 714 W. Olympic, Los Angeles.
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Meet the New Cocktailians - the farmers-market-loving, sleeve-garter-wearing ladies and gentlemen of the bar taking over L.A.'s restaurants one glass at a time. Read Jonathan Gold's "The New Cocktailians" feature and his "Where to Drink Now" guide.
Published on March 4, 2009

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