Practicing non-essential social distancing is the best way to stop the spread of COVID-19. At this time, going to bars is not at the top of anyone’s list. In New York, bars and restaurants have either closed or provide take-out or delivery only. This is your chance to learn the art of mixology at home. Creating fun and refreshing cocktails at home provides a much-needed break from reality. 

If you’re looking for your liver to survive social distancing, try these non-alcoholic Cocktails. (seen in the photo at the top of this post)

For a larger group of people surviving social distancing with you, we recommend a punch recipe courtesy of Erik Andersson and Hendrick’s Gin. 

Oscar Cocktails

Curl up with a movie and a cocktail inspired by Hollywood. Check out our story on winning Oscar cocktails, inspired by the movie nominations. 

Luxury wine and spirits snobs can stock up their bar with our list of exquisite choices. We tasted them and give our seal of approval. 

French Cheese and Cocktail Pairings

Pair cheese with cocktails. Learn the basics of pairing cheese from our four examples. Recipes included. 

Fans of Prosecco can learn to make complex sips, topped with their favorite bubbly. Attending an event with a cocktail competition provided the most perfect list of prosecco recipes

At Home Mixology

Learn to work with better mixers. They are one of the most important tools for at-home mixology. This list includes fantastic cocktails and mocktails, using the right mixers.

There is no better time to open that bottle of tequila. This list of four tequila cocktail recipes features a lively mix of fresh and fruity flavors.