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‘Destination Cocktails’ explores the craft cocktail movement

When it’s time to belly up to the bar, you’ll want to consult “Destination Cocktails: The Traveler’s Guide to Superior Libations” (Santa Monica Press, $19.95) by mixed-drink maestro James Teitelbaum. The global guidebook explores the growing craft cocktail movement, taking readers to venues from dive bars to upscale urban lounges and hotel hot spots. Some, like Sable at the Hotel Palomar in Chicago, sport impressively lengthy menus, while others, such as Chambar in Vancouver, tout their zero-free waste and carbon-neutral standing. All recommendations have quality ingredients, mixology smarts, and superior service in common.

DIANE DANIEL

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