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Reunión Aperitivo

Aperitivo is Spanish for Apéritif. Typically it refers to either “a cocktail or other alcoholic beverage that is... read more

Reunión Digestivo

Like its cousin Aperitivo, the Reunión Digestivo’s genesis was inspired by the culinary arts. Spanish for digestif,... read more

Bodega Life

In this section we explore the things that define Bodega Life. We bring you some of the best and brightest minds, sharing... read more

Biology, Evolution, And Why Marriage Is Nonsense

Posted by on Nov 4, 2014

Biology, Evolution, And Why Marriage Is Nonsense

A provocative look into marriage, relationships and monogamy by frequent Bodega contributor DK. Prepare to have your mind shaken and stirred.

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The Four High End Steaks You Should Know

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014

The Four High End Steaks You Should Know

First, a definition. Steaks are basically any piece of meat that falls under the category of “fast-cooking” cuts—cuts that are low enough in connective tissue that they don’t require the long cooking times that “slow-cooking” cuts require.

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The 10 Best Halloween Candies, Ranked

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014

The 10 Best Halloween Candies, Ranked

Perhaps you’ve already purchased a last-minute bag of Tootsie Rolls from Costco to give away to the little ghosts and goblins who will come trick-or-treating tonight. Well you might as well throw it away now. Nobody likes Tootsie Rolls. Is that how you want to be remembered?

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Best Haunted Houses in US for Halloween 2014

Posted by on Oct 24, 2014

Best Haunted Houses in US for Halloween 2014

Over the past 20 years, haunted houses have grown from small ‘mom and pop’ events on Halloween weekend to massive, full-fledged destination scream parks that open in mid-September and run through early November. Today, haunts are comparable to Hollywood productions, as they have become elaborate and immersive to create an authentic experience for visitors.

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The "Mouse-hole" Burn

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014

The "Mouse-hole" Burn

This hole started out looking like someone had touched a hot match to the side of the cigar; just a black spot. Then it blossomed into a tiny hole that I usually call a “mouse hole.” The affect it produces when smoking a cigar, I call a “mouse-hole burn.”

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Five Good Value Bourbons Under $20

Posted by on Oct 17, 2014

Five Good Value Bourbons Under $20

At the $20 price, you’re probably giving up at least one thing (complexity, proof, intensity), but I’m still impressed at what you can trade for a twenty-dollar bill: a satisfying bourbon that you can drink straight-up or with a few ice cubes, at a price that doesn’t make you wince when you mix it into your friend’s bourbon and Diet Coke.

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How to Rate Cigars

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014

How to Rate Cigars

First off, let me get something out of the way. There is no set in stone way to judge a cigar. For the vast majority of people a cigar will fall into about five broad categories: perfect, excellent, good, fair, and poor. But even within those categories there can be a world’s worth of difference.

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