This Is the Only City Guide You'll Ever Need

This Is the Only City Guide You'll Ever Need

Here’s a TV show pitch for you: three savvy locals grab a bottle of fine booze, pick the perfect meal for it (and a restaurant), and discuss which combo is the best in their city. It has it all: camaraderie, upmanship, food - and most importantly: the ideal dram.

Wouldn’t you watch the hell out of that? Well, you can, because it exists! The first three cities we explored in The Boozy City Guides are the capitals of the World: New York, London and Paris.

New York: The Best Broiled Oysters and Cocktail-Inspired Sweets

In this episode of Boozy City Guides, Allison Kave, co-founder and co-owner of Butter & Scotch, explores the city of cities - New York City!

Challenged to find the best meal in town to pair with Kings County Distillery's Peated Bourbon, she invited her two colleagues from dessert and cocktail restaurant, Butter & Scotch, to hunt down the best dishes in New York City. From cheesy goodness to cauliflower-crusted pizza, the three ladies drink a respectable amount of Bourbon before ending up at a special place in Manhattan.

London: Chicken Wing Hats and Boozy Pancakes

We challenged Stu Bale, founder of co-working space for flavor hackers Crucible, to find the best meal in London to pair with Compass Box The Peat Monster.

He brought along Michelin-starred chef, Nurdin Topham and restaurateuse, Jo Nethery, on a boozy adventure through the city. With chicken wing hats to a secret location, all roads led to boozy pancakes at the end of the night.

Paris: World-Class Cognac Paired with World-Class Meals

The freshest seafood, a hunting-inspired dinner and 3 amazing bartenders and chefs taking over an Irish pub in Paris? Yessir!

We took Boozy City Guides to Paris with the help of Rory Shepherd, Head of world-renowned cocktail bar Little Red Door. Rory and his two buddies, Paul Patterson and Hyacinthe Lescoët, took us to some of the best restaurants in Paris to find the best meal to pair with Frérot Cognac. The result? A truly fascinating adventure!

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