Drink du Nuit

“A Life Well Consumed”

  • The Holiday Spirit Bazaar

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    On Saturday, November 22, you’re heading to the Holiday Spirits Bazaar, an annual celebration of wintry cocktailing hosted by a blog called the Dizzy Fizz, in a Brooklyn art gallery. You’ll get endless holiday drinks, some pass-arounds and VIP early access with an hour of unlimited oysters. Also, you’re a cocktail-contest judge. You were born for this job…

  • Cuffing Season

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    The Leaves have changed, the Winds are brisk, and Night greets us a little earlier each day. It’s officially cuffing season. What’s cuffing season you ask? It’s that time of year when people, who typically proudly waive the I’m single and free to mingle flag, find themselves desperately hunting for that, “We can stay in […]

  • Night of the Bubbles New York

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    Discover the magic behind sparkling wine. There is a lot more to bubbly than just French Champagne. Come taste over 100 different sparkling wines from around the world, all in one room along with 2,000 of your (soon to be) closest friends. From elegant white sparklings to pink bubbles, dry to sweet, we even have red sparkling from Italy and Australia. There is an entire world of bubbles out there and we’re putting it into one, amazing event.

  • Scent of Temptation

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    Eve’s Bayou closes with the lines: “Memory is a selection of images. Some elusive, others printed indelibly on the brain. Each image is like a thread. Each thread woven together to make a tapestry of intricate texture and the tapestry tells a story and the story is our past.” If I were to tell my […]

  • The Hummingbird

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    he 20’s were an amazing time, where I was able to explore most of life’s truest experiences. I have loved, I have laughed, I have cried, I have lost, and most importantly I have failed and learned to rise from it and live another day. I often call it my phoenix period as the 20’s […]

  • Fully Lived Life

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    My Great-Great Aunt Clyde at 97 years of age explained to me that the secret to her living so long was that she lived each day on purpose. A very religious woman, she explained to me that each day she asked God to keep her going for as long as there was a purpose for […]

  • Knife in the Back

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    “For every back, there is a knife.” Success breeds haters. If you don’t have a kennel’s worth, you aren’t working hard enough. What do you toast to your haters with?