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In addition, Fifty/50 reports that a separate space, Leviathan, will serve cocktails from barman Benjamin Schiller, daily except Sunday.
The drink made its way to nearby San Francisco, caught on quickly, and was published in Harry Johnson’s seminal Bartender’s Manual around 1860 (the legendary barman worked in San Francisco around that time).
The cocktail program was created by head barman Todd Eames and includes a take on the Rusty Nail, made with Johnny Walker Black, Atholl Brose and pecan bitters.
In his early restaurant jobs, Reuben Riffel worked as a waiter, a barman, and a kitchen hand in his hometown of Franschhoek, South Africa.
There’s no mistaking this one-two punch of a drink for the handiwork of a craft barman.
And still in place is Colin Field, Bar Hemingway’s head barman who is a celebrity in his own right, in part, because of his inventive cocktails.
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