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New York — Whether you consider yourself a martini man or prefer an old-fashioned, there’s a good chance that no matter where you are travelling, you’ll be able to find a memorable place to have a drink in just about any city in the world.
Sometimes the atmosphere of a place can turn a good drink into a great one — and sometimes the quality of the drink transcends its environment. For the 35 cocktails below, we found both: a great drink in a great bar. Some of them are classic destinations, some are hidden-away hot spots. The only rule? Don’t order a beer.
Amsterdam: Be Kind Unwind at Door 74. A twist on the Martinez — a sweeter, maraschino-cherry-inflected precursor to the martini — made with Tanqueray Malacca gin, Saint-Raphael aperitif, Toschi Nocello, maraschino liqueur and bitters. Address not listed, e-mail for more information
Buenos Aires: Transatlantico Fizz at Florería Atlántico. Egg whites and soda give this whiskey drink, dosed with yerba maté bitters, its foamy characte...
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