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All things cocktails, wine, beer, zero-proof, and more from Eater and our sister site Punch.

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16 of the Best Sports Bars in D.C.

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Watch Football Games While Dining at One of These 20 Sports Bars

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21 Clutch Sports Bars in San Francisco

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Great Chicago Sports Bars Worth Leaving the House For on Game Day

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Where to Watch College Football and NFL in Nashville

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15 Bars to Cheer on Your Favorite Sports Team in NYC

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Where to Watch Football in New Orleans This Season

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Catch a Game at These Portland Sports Bars

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Where to Watch the Football in London

15 beautiful places to watch The Beautiful Game

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Go Ahead, Put Gochujang in Your Cocktails

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Three Iced Coffee Concoctions for Staying Cool During the Last Days of Summer

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Catch the Game at These Twin Cities Sports Bars

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The Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Right Now in Portland

Get Yourself a Half-Bottle of Wine, as a Treat

All the Ways to ‘& Tonic’

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Coca-Cola Please Calm Down

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The Best Canned Ranch Water to Drink Right Now

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The Hottest New Cocktail Bars in San Francisco

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Sympathy for the Devil

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15 Boozy, Briny Mexican Martinis in Austin

We Should Probably Be Drinking More Pastis

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Tito’s Vodka Mocks the Seltzer Trend by Selling an Empty Can

This Is What Decolonizing a Spirit Looks Like

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23 Happy Hours for Affordable Eats and Drinks in Austin

Guide to the city's best drink and food specials

How Caffeine Became the World’s Favorite Drug

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Where to Go for a Solid 5 à 7 in Montreal

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Black Entrepreneurs Are Leading New Orleans’s Nonalcoholic Bar Movement

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10 Excellent Ann Arbor Wine Bars

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How World’s Fairs Influenced Cocktail History

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Britt Fox’s Cocktails Begin With “People and Places”

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Seattle’s Most Essential Coffee Shops

Canned Cocktails Are Everywhere. Too Bad They’re Mostly Terrible.

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