Over on the Alcohol Professor, I have a three-parter about the famed American Bar in London’s upscale Savoy Hotel. But Spies at the Savoy doesn’t restrict itself to a history of the bar, since I have no self-control. It also covers a history of cocktails themselves, the birth and evolution of hotel bars and cocktail culture in New York, the ties between the Savoy and the British intelligence service during WWII, and what exactly it all has to do with shoving your arm up a horse’s butt.
On Alcohol Professor, we’re drinking at London’s Historic Pubs
Last Halloween, I wrote an article on Alcohol Professor about haunted bars in New York City. Well, gather ’round the campfire, children, because I’ve more macabre drinking tales yet to tell. Only this time, we’re going global. Son of Booooozy Tales: Haunted Bars Go International looks at haunted pubs, bars, and watering holes in New Orleans, Seattle, London, Wales, Dublin, Edinburgh, and Sydney. Be ye fairly warned. The person sitting next to you at the bar might have been there since the 1800s.