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You’ll be in good hands at this Philly spot.
coffee shop and bar in Philly
, I trust the bartenders to deliver the ideal cocktail simply by prompting them with a light description of what I’d like to drink—no reading required. I know from looking at the back bar alone that they’ll get it right, with all the bottles of small-batch amaro, infused simple syrups, and housemade tepache and kombucha they have. And I know too that when they’re not behind the bar, many of the staff are known to concoct their own experiments at home. (Take Reddy Cyprus, who told me his Parmesan amaro that sounds crazy good.) So yeah, it’s safe to say I know they’ll pull out something that impresses.
The last time I employed this strategy, one chilly November eve, I ended up with an Amaro I’d never tasted before. It had an intense piney, straight-from-the-Christmas-tree flavor, and came from a bottle with the old-school Italian label design 20-somethings (read: me) can’t get enough of. It was exactly the right thing to warm me up, and get me excited for the season to come.
So trust the process at W/N W/N because the bartenders know exactly what you need—maybe even more than you do.
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- “Chill AF” seems so off brand for Bon App?