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    Proof & Provision, Georgian Terrace Hotel

    If you’re in Atlanta, stop by the luxurious Georgian Terrace Hotel and head downstairs to this subterranean joint, which features a menu of delicious bar snacks and fine elixirs.

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    Bradstreet Crafthouse, Graves 601 Hotel

    Tucked inside the hip Graves 601 Hotel in downtown Minneapolis is an island of serenity. The Bradstreet Crafthouse, true to its name, offers dozens of delicious and meticulously made classics.

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    P.O.V. Roof Terrace, W Hotel
    Washington, D.C.

    No matter if you’re a Democrat or a Republican, you’ll like the cocktails and the view (it’s across from the White House) at this 11th-floor rooftop bar.  P.OV. was also set up by acclaimed New York mixologist Sasha Petraske.

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    J-Bar, Hotel Jerome

    Whether or not you ski Aspen’s famous trails, you’ll want to end the day at Hotel Jerome, with a glass of The J-Bar’s famous Aspen Crud. The concoction includes house-made ice cream and bourbon.

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    Vesper Bar, The Cosmopolitan

    Finding a drink in Vegas is easy. Finding a great drink is a bit tougher. But the cocktails at the Vesper Bar inside The Cosmopolitan are always delicious. The house specialty is, naturally, the Vesper, a classic vodka-and-gin concoction made famous by James Bond.

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    The Spare Room, Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

    While there are many fine hotel bars in Los Angeles, it’s hard to top The Spare Room in the Hollywood Roosevelt. It has delicious cocktails, punches by the bowlful, board games and even a pair of bowling lanes.

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    Jasper's Corner Tap & Kitchen, Serrano Hotel

    Whether you’re visiting San Francisco or are a Bay Area resident, Jasper’s is a great spot for a drink. The mood is relaxed, and head bartender Kevin Diedrich’s cocktails are delicious. There are even Negronis on tap, as well as a long list of craft beers.

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    Proof on Main, 21c Museum Hotel

    If you’re going to Louisville, you’ll want to stay at the hip 21C Museum Hotel. This Kentucky establishment has not only its own art galleries but also a great bar with a nice collection of—you guessed it—bourbons.

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    Sable Kitchen & Bar, Hotel Palomar

    Thirsty for a glass of fine whiskey or a tasty cocktail? Then make your way to Sable Kitchen & Bar, which has a vast menu of both, including dozens and dozens of single malt Scotches. It’s run by the talented and creative Mike Ryan.

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    Square 1682, Hotel Palomar

    Philadelphia is one of the oldest drinking towns in America, and no doubt our nation’s earliest residents would have liked Square 1682. It offers cocktails from all-star bartender and advisory board member Jacques Bezuidenhout.

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