We asked Michigan’s experts in all things floral for their 2015 decor tips. Here’s what they told us.
Life in the meetings and events industry means constantly being on the go. Whether it’s dashing to a remote location for a site visit or travelling across states for a conference, planners and suppliers are regularly away from their desks. We’ve rounded up some of the handiest portable technology tools for when you’re away.
One good tradition deserves another. The Palm has been a fixture on the Philadelphia scene for over two decades, so it’s only fitting that this classic steakhouse mixes up a seasonal cocktail designed with holiday classic The Nutcracker in mind. Enjoy a pre- or post- performance cocktail in this elegant and handsome bar tucked inside the landmark Hyatt at The Bellevue on Broad Street.
The arrival of cold weather and short days is a bit of a bummer. Noah O’Neill, bartender at Tannin in Okemos, created the Fall Back to perk up patrons’ spirits.
The team at TAP at MGM Grand Detroit has developed its own take on this classic cocktail.
-.8 oz. Rochester Mills Milkshake Stout beer
-2.25 oz. tomato juice
-.25 oz. Worcestershire sauce
-.25 oz. TAP homemade pickle brine
-4.25 oz. Finest Call Loaded Bloody Mary mix
-.125 oz. Tabasco sauce
1. Mix ingredients in a 20-ounce glass with ice.
2. Add 2 ounces of your preferred vodka.
3. Rim glass with equal parts kosher salt, crushed black pepper, celery seed and celery salt.
When our Editorial Advisory Board met in May for our twice-yearly conclave, discussion veered toward a frequent frustration with venues. Too often, board members said, venue staff didn’t think creatively about their spaces’ potential.
Sometimes you want to take a break from wine and enjoy a cocktail at home, one a little more complex than, say, rum and coke or scotch and soda. Until now, our choices were using a store-bought mix loaded with artificial ingredients or assembling liqueurs, bitters, herbs- fretting over what you don’t have- and wondering what you did with your muddler (or even what that is).