Let's face it Halloween weekend this year felt more like December than last week did. But the cold is slowly creeping in, and the warmest part of the day is right when the sun goes down. (ironic? we think not.) Let's make the warmest part of the day coincidentally be the same time as post work drinks (insert winking smiley face).
Let's say the weather is wreaking havoc outside and you can't wait for your flight to St. Barts (New Years, here we come). What to do? Stop by the infamous Darby and order up a 'Hemingway' will bring you to the Caribbean faster than that private airliner ever could in a few short weeks. This concoction of rum and other island themed juices will surely take you somewhere just under the mile high club.
This winter season has been rough. New Yorkers have had their share of blizzards, Arctic winds and icy sidewalks. Though the dipping temperatures may inspire you to hibernate for the rest of the winter, consider stepping out of your apartment to try a cold weather cocktail. These cocktails are made with ingredients that will warm you up from head to toe. Think Kahlua, amaretto and cognac. Some are even served hot. Read on for some of the best cold weather cocktails.