Cheers!

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Let Barley Wheat & Rye bartender Dylan Fox pour you a tantalizing taste of creative and well-crafted cocktails like a classic Manhattan, the P.O.T.U.S., a daiquiri or a Sazerac.

Our region has always been home to some great watering holes where 417-landers can sidle up to the bar and knock back a cold one. But just as the region’s restaurant landscape has progressed over the years, so too has our bar scene, driven in part by the modern cocktail renaissance that’s sweeping through other major cities. From a trendy tiki bar and a scotch-focused gem to the classic establishments that paved the way for those newcomers, cool local spots are setting a high bar with all kinds of inventive, elevated boozy offerings. And bibulous barkeeps, vintners, brewers and distillers are pushing boundaries and embracing artistry, craftsmanship and creativity like never before. So join us as we toast the many 417-land cocktail connoisseurs, spirit specialists and drink destinations that are making our corner of the state a more intoxicating place than ever. Cheers!

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