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6 responses to “WSJ Says We Fail As City of Serious Spirits”

  1. Bethany says:

    It was wonderful. I printed it out and put it on the refrigerator.

  2. Daniel says:

    Nice point-out there, but does Dallas really want to be a “cocktail town”? It’s just so blue-blood and effete. I guess I could be persuaded to order a sidecar at the Algonquin or the Mark Hopkins or something, but is my life really the poorer for not being able to get a good one at the Stoneleigh?

    A sidecar is something I picture Jessica Tandy ordering.

  3. Nancy Nichols says:

    I love you Eric Celeste. And Vicky Celeste. And Madison Celeste. And SideCars.

  4. LakeWWWooder says:

    Auntie Mame: Please dear, your Auntie Mame is hung. Run along to Ito and tell him to bring me a light breakfast – black coffee and a side car. Oh, oh. And a cold towel for your Auntie Vera.

    Patrick Dennis: Is she in the guest room again?

    Auntie Mame: Since Sunday, dear. Now run along to Ito and hurry my tray, darling. Your Auntie needs fuel!

    Patrick Dennis: Is the English lady sick, Auntie Mame?

    Auntie Mame: She’s not English, darling… she’s from Pittsburgh.

    Patrick Dennis: She sounded English.

    Auntie Mame: Well, when you’re from Pittsburgh, you have to do something.

  5. Puddin'Tane says:

    If you want a good SideCar then head over to Victor Tango.

  6. Nancy Nichols says:

    drinking one now.
    **Sent from my free-range-hand-crushed BlackBerry**