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EDIT: found them
Please god, no Ewoks: http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/16/showbiz/star-wars-episode-vii-warwick-davis/index.html?hpt=hp_t5
Been there, done that. And WORTH it.In the era of being a Fairmont Hotel- I kinda felt that the Beaufort is more modern theater hype than quintessential cocktail bar.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNef8AjFAek
Duke's- the bar that had a hand in inspiring James Bond: http://www.dukeshotel.com/foodanddrink-dukesbar.php
I've seen that too and it can suck. But there's really good value and well done juice there.
This is a very nice d'Abruzzo for the bargain hunters -
Give me a shout next time .
Dunno- I don't even try to wrap my head around any alcohol laws other than those I have to observe. Every city, county, state is different. Here in the Twin Cities a lot of the Sunday blue laws still in effect are actually championed by the small retailers... and most of the laws derive from the days of prohibition and rum-running when the Chicago gangsters would lay low in the old St. Paul rathskellers... there's more than a little of the old Chicago mob influence still...
I don't know about New York but here we cannot buy retail or at open-to-public auction for further retail sale in our own shop unless the auction is by a licensed alcohol distributor. The law doesn't allow us to buy and resale wines previously-owned by the public or from retail vendors.I could not buy from Sotheby's and resale it (legally).The state auditors here are particularly keen to trace all purchase and resale receipts.I'm told by area distributors than most are...
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