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  • The cavernous bar, a converted bowling alley, is convenient for motorcyclists—who on busy days are allowed to serve themselves beer from an ice-filled horse trough—but it doesn't cater to families with children.

    At 9/11 Site, a Memorial but Little Else

  • In the dining room, on an oblong table, champagne beckoned from an ice-filled bucket.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • “It is in the south, hun, you heathen, you,” Jack replied, popping caps off bottles and pouring the tea into ice-filled glasses.

    Etched in Bone

  • “It is in the south, hun, you heathen, you,” Jack replied, popping caps off bottles and pouring the tea into ice-filled glasses.

    Etched in Bone

  • Shake all ingredients except last with ice and strain into a tall, ice-filled glass.

    Tiki's Next Wave

  • “It is in the south, hun, you heathen, you,” Jack replied, popping caps off bottles and pouring the tea into ice-filled glasses.

    Etched in Bone

  • Such wonderful simplicity: Two ounces of Pimm's No. 1 in an ice-filled highball glass, topped with 7UP.

    Celebrate Mardi Gras without the Hurricanes

  • Shake everything except Limonata with ice and strain into an ice-filled Collins glass.

    The Art of the Drink

  • Its 10-year history includes the failure of Copper, a bistro, followed by the 2004 shuttering of Whim, a seafood spot that reportedly featured a raw oyster bar fashioned from a shower curtain and an ice-filled keg. The owner of Cielo Café, according to a Time Out New York review, simultaneously served as cook, bartender and waitress; the venture lasted less than a year.

    Don't Mention the 'Curse'

  • “It is in the south, hun, you heathen, you,” Jack replied, popping caps off bottles and pouring the tea into ice-filled glasses.

    Etched in Bone

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