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Seasonal Sips – Bar Deco has warming cocktails spiced just right with seasonal ingredients. Beverage director Michael Rovezzi has been hard at work at his 6th Street workshop developing a list of warm cocktails highlighting the spirit of the seasonMust-have libations for all that merry-making include a Cranberry-Gooseberry Tonic, Hot Apple Cider (Jim Beam Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Palmetto Apple Pie Moonshine, lemon, fragrant cinnamon, clove, allspice, and cold-pressed local apple cider), and That’s a Hot Hot Toddy (Lyon Distilling Curacao, citrus, agave, and chamomile tea and many more.
 
Summer in Winter – China Chilcano is celebrating a "Summer in Winter" Chilcano Festival to bring some brightness to our cold and dreary January.
In celebration of Peru’s annual “Semana del Chilcano” (Chilcano Week), the China Chilcano team is kicking off their own Chilcano Festival, featuring six flavors (passion fruit, raspberry, tamarind, guava, grapefruit, and mango) that pay tribute to the Chilcano cocktail, a traditional Pisco-based drink. The cocktails ($10 by the glass, $25 for a carafe or $50 for a liter) are a fruit-forward way to brighten up the cold winter weather. 
 
Detox/Retox – Hank’s locations have made a resolution to help you keep yours with a “healthy cocktail.” The Detox/Retox features matcha Beefeater gin, honey syrup, lime, cucumber, and mint to keep diners on track while allowing for a little indulgence.
 
Hot Toddy's – This holiday season just got more magical at The St. Regis bar; veteran Sambonn Lek, the beloved bartender, has created a collection of festive cold-weather cocktails to complement his legendary magic tricks. One of Sam’s favorite cold weather cocktails is the classic Hot Toddy.  After a long day of dealing with work deadlines, frantic holiday shopping, it helps to know you can go to the St. Regis bar by the fireplace for a warm, soothing drink. There's no better cure for cold weather than Sam’s specialty Hot Toddy, made with fine whiskey, a clove-studded lemon wheel, a cinnamon stick, honey, and a couple of star anise pods, warmed, for a delicious, boozy drink.
 
Sip in a Sinch – Plum, the hospitality industry’s new wine-by-the-glass appliance, has arrived and is in place at the St. Regis Washington, D.C. which is the first D.C. Metro-area hotel to offer guests this experience. The appliance dispenses a perfectly preserved and temperature-controlled glass with every pour, and are available in St. Regis suite rooms, elevating and transforming the guest experience.