If you're already bored with leaping for sticks of butter in Paula Deen's new mobile game, there's a new cocktail-centric app to download. Acclaimed barman Jim Meehan — who left New York City last year for Portland — finally launched a cocktail app today called PDT Cocktails. It is an "authoritative archive" of drinks served at the famed New York City bar of the same name. Meehan told Eater last June that the app is "basically a database that makes it very easy to find a drink."
The app — which comes with a $10 price tag — includes over 400 recipes for drinks, 69 recipes for the ingredients PDT makes in house, and photos of each cocktail and ingredient. The trove of recipes can be searched by category, including base spirit, cocktail-type, and date of creation. Users can view measurements in metric or standard. Plus, the app offers suggestions for ingredient substitutions.
In addition to this app, Meehan is writing a book. He announced in January that Meehan's Manual — a book about bar hospitality — will be published by Ten Speed Press. It's slated to hit shelves in the fall of 2016. Check out screenshots from the app below: