August 16th, 2007

Me and the Boston Globe walk into a bar

This just in: the Boston Globe thinks drinkboston.com is inkworthy … and stylish. It’s publishing an article on me and the site in today’s Styles section. Not only that, I will be available for an online chat about the article, Boston bar culture, cocktails, etc. from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. today on Boston.com. Check it out!

If you’ve landed here from Boston.com or the Boston Globe and are a first-time visitor, welcome. Take a look around. Post a comment. Have a drink. Cheers!

If you’re not busy this Sunday night, join me and the Boston chapter of LUPEC (Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails) for Chartreuse Cocktails at Green Street in Cambridge.

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11 Responses to “Me and the Boston Globe walk into a bar”

  1. Coow Woow » With her website, Lauren Clark is shaking up Boston’s cocktail culture - The Boston Globe

    [...] Although I found the article from one of my cocktail news alerts, Lauren posts about it here. [...]

  2. Adam

    Congrats Lauren! Wishing you all the best.

  3. Adam

    Looks like the link off my name is busted… but I fixed it now.

    Regardless, here’s the link to the article at the Globe:
    http://www.boston.com/ae/food/wine/articles/2007/08/16/shaking_up_the_cocktail_culture/

    Cheers!

  4. Paul

    Wow, Lauren, great story! Congratulations–be sure to celebrate.

    And now I have to embark on putting together one of those Jaguars….

  5. ljclark

    Thanks, Paul. Yes, indeed you do need to try a Jaguar. Be sure to let me know what you think.

  6. sjzar

    Hi Lauren,
    Fresh off your Globe article I would like to nominate Artu on Prince st. in the North End..the bartenders ( Steph, Katie, Sal and Matt) are outgoing, make an excellent drink and are down to earth, food is on the same level with kitchen open till 1:30, grilled pizzas are to die for. A lot of the trade hangs there as well, for the above reasons and Artu has a 2 am license as well. The owner, Nancy, is often there and is a gracious host. Congratulations on your article,
    SJ

  7. ljclark

    Hey, I love Artu! I sheepishly confess that I didn’t even know they had a bar and served cocktails. D’oh! Thanks for tip.

  8. Cindy Hayes

    Way to go, Lauren!

  9. OC

    Have you tried the basil gimlet at Casablanca?

  10. Kerry

    Congratlations Clarkie! I am so pleased for you. Continued success.

    Cheers!
    xo

  11. ljclark

    Thanks Cindy and Smitty. Basil Gimlet at Casablanca? Will check it out.

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