by Steven Doyle photos by Robert Bostick
As we gear up for this year’s Chefs for Farmers event November 3rd, the excitement rises. Some months back we checked out the sous chef competition, won by Boulevardier’s sous Gmo Tristan. This past weekend we attended the big annual Mix-Off at Standard Pour and sponsored by Maker’s Mark and Patron. There were just over 100 very thirsty people who acted as judge and jury for the competition.
We were met by some of the city’s best cocktail ladies and gents who led with some very spirited competition and smack being served up to the crowds delight. Samples were offered from each bartender with the final victor being Eddie Eakin from Boulevardier (anyone keeping count – that is two in the win column for this restaurant). Continue reading
photo by Brad Murano
Town & Country Magazine has chronicled high-spirited life in America since 1846, but it has never given its name to a drink – until now. The editors of the magazine selected recipes from well-known bars and restaurants from around the country, then assembled a panel of cocktail experts at Harding’s in New York City, to rank them. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Checking out new restaurants can be a difficult task when there are so many elements to soak in, especially when it comes to a restaurant as interesting and inspiring as Boulevardier. Boulevardier is the latest attraction in the Bishop Arts District run by a dream team of the guys from Restaurant Ava (Nathan Tate and Randall Copeland) and the brothers who own Veritas (Brooks and Bradley Anderson). Continue reading