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Caribbean Cocktails Spice Up Cloverdale

Caribbean Cocktails Spice Up Cloverdale

By on 7 August, 2017 in Amanda Burbank, Bars, Fun with 0 Comments

A classic Kids in the Hall sketch features a man making a cocktail in a blender in the supply closet at work. Once you have entered the world of exotic and complicated drinks, it seems like they become an obsession that changes your life. It was a single drink that turned Jeff Berry into a […]

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Mezcal or Mescal: Either Way’s Delicious

Mezcal or Mescal: Either Way’s Delicious

By on 23 June, 2014 in Bars, Food, Fun, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

Montgomery’s drinking scene has changed so much in the six years we’ve lived here. Free the Hops put together an astonishingly-effective political movement that’s opened up so many new beer options. Shops like Filet and Vine and Ted, the Wine Guy continue to educate residents about all kinds of wines. Fairview Homebrew was a trailblazer, […]

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Tyler Bell: The MML Interview

Tyler Bell: The MML Interview

By on 26 September, 2011 in Bars, City Living, Food, Government, Interviews, Kate and Stephen with 5 Comments

With the news that Midtown fixture El Rey Burrito Lounge hopes to expand across the alley into a new bar/waiting space, we decided to interview El Rey owner Tyler Bell and therefore inaugurate a new MML feature. Periodically, we will be interviewing folks around the community whose ideas and actions make Midtown Montgomery such an […]

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Happy Bastille Day!

Happy Bastille Day!

By on 11 July, 2011 in Holidays, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

We know it’s not a conventional holiday here in the US, not the least because some people think it’s hilarious to make fun of the French, but we’re here to pitch Bastille Day (July 14) as a holiday that Alabamians need to get behind. First, there’s the matter of our French roots. France’s first contact […]

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