Mix Shake Stir: Recipes from Danny Meyer's Acclaimed New York City Restaurants [NOOK Book]

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The bartenders at Danny Meyer's wildly popular restaurants are known for their creative concoctions. Guests at Union Square Café or Gramercy Tavern expect not only the finest cuisine but also Meyer's special brand of hospitality that often begins with a Venetian Spritz or a Cranberry Daiquiri. In MIX SHAKE STIR, Meyer offers all the tips and tools needed to become a masterful mixologist and supplements the cocktail recipes with gourmet takes on bar snacks. There are over 100 recipes of bar classics, signature ...
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Mix Shake Stir: Recipes from Danny Meyer's Acclaimed New York City Restaurants

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Overview

The bartenders at Danny Meyer's wildly popular restaurants are known for their creative concoctions. Guests at Union Square Café or Gramercy Tavern expect not only the finest cuisine but also Meyer's special brand of hospitality that often begins with a Venetian Spritz or a Cranberry Daiquiri. In MIX SHAKE STIR, Meyer offers all the tips and tools needed to become a masterful mixologist and supplements the cocktail recipes with gourmet takes on bar snacks. There are over 100 recipes of bar classics, signature favorites, and original, refreshing libations--from the Modern's elegant mojito made with champagne and rose water to Tabla's Pomegranate Gimlet. Shaken or stirred, straight up or on the rocks, these cocktails make this collection an invaluable resource for elegant entertaining.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly

Meyer has long been a hero to New York City restaurant goers via his eclectic and acclaimed eateries-the upscale Gramercy Tavern, exotic Tabla and low-down Blue Smoke and Shake Shack. Now, perhaps in a nod to the economic climate, Meyer befriends the stay-at-home crowd with an excellent guide to the affordable luxury known as the artisanal cocktail. Resisting the capitalistic impulse to crank out a book representing each of his establishments, he instead pulls recipes from all of them, 140 in toto, providing enough martinis, highballs and infused liquor to withstand any recession. He stacks the drinks into five different categories. Favorite Classics (old-fashioned, Negroni and such); New Classics like a Pomegranate gimlet and a modern martini with cilantro-infused gin; Inspired Flavors such as the Kachumber Kooler (a favorite at Tabla made with muddled cucumber, cilantro and chili pepper); Elegant Sips, where Champagne and sherry make their presence known; and Casual Libations for the beach, the backyard or the mojito-fueled dance party. And because no one should have too many blood orange margaritas on an empty stomach, Meyer concludes with a chapter of Bar Fare. The kick from his five-spice cashews, Thai trail mix and hot garlic potato chips all require that a tall glass of ice water be added to the evening's drink list. (May)

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Meyer, author (Setting the Table) and owner of such legendary New York City restaurants as Union Square Café, Gramercy Tavern, and The Modern, delivers a terrific collection of 140 tempting recipes for cocktails created by bartenders in his award-winning dining establishments. Included are old favorites like the Ritz as well as new classics like the Winter Mojito, and the book's clear instructions and luscious photographs will inspire even nondrinkers to pick up a cocktail shaker. As a bonus, basic tips on mixing drinks, recipes for simple syrups and garnishes, and a concise collection of recipes for bar snacks are offered. This stylish East Coast counterpart to James Hollinger's excellent The Art of the Bar is highly recommended.
—John Charles

Jay McInerney
"MIX SHAKE STIR is the best thing that's happened to cocktail lovers since Kingsley Amis's Everyday Drinking. This indispensable guide will make you a very popular host. Danny Meyer proves once again that he knows more about hospitality than anyone since Escoffier and Ritz."
From the Publisher
"MIX SHAKE STIR is the best thing that's happened to cocktail lovers since Kingsley Amis's Everyday Drinking. This indispensable guide will make you a very popular host. Danny Meyer proves once again that he knows more about hospitality than anyone since Escoffier and Ritz."—Jay McInerney

"...an excellent guide to the affordable luxury known as the artisanal cocktail."—Publishers Weekly

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316073721
  • Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
  • Publication date: 5/11/2009
  • Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 31 MB
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Meet the Author


Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) was founded by Danny Meyer and includes some of New York City's most acclaimed restaurants: Union Square Café, Gramercy Tavern, Eleven Madison Park, Tabla, Blue Smoke, Jazz Standard, Shake Shack, and The Modern, as well as Hudson Yards Catering and Hudson Yards Sports and Entertainment. Danny, his restaurants, and his chefs have earned an unprecedented nineteen James Beard Awards. All five of USHG's fine dining restaurants have earned three stars from the New York Times, and for the past decade, Union Square Café and Gramercy Tavern have vied for #1 and #2 among Zagat Survey's Most Popular Restaurants in New York. Danny Meyer's book Setting the Table (HarperCollins, 2006) was a New York Times bestseller, and he has coauthored two cookbooks, including the Union Square Café Cookbook (HarperCollins, 1994), with his business partner chef Michael Romano.

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