The DEAD RABBIT in Rome!!


Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, the duo behind one of the world’s leading bars, THE DEAD RABBIT




Un’altra spettacolare occasione da non perdere!
Finalmente in Italia Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, il duo protagonista di uno dei Bars più famosi al mondo, THE DEAD RABBIT

I posti sono limitati, BLINDA IL TUO!!! IL PRIMA POSSIBILE.

The World’s 50 Best Bars 2014 announced

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1. Artesian
Three years running the Langham’s bar has claimed the title of World’s Best Bar and Europe’s Best Bar. Thoroughly deserved.

2. The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog
Moving up three places since last year and taking the title for Best Bar in North America.

3. Nightjar
Down one place but still taking a place on the podium, a position this speakeasy has held for the past three years.

4. Attaboy
This year’s highest climber, jumping a staggering 38 positions.

5. Employees Only
Another New York climber up 7 places.

6. Canon
This Seattle bar was the highest new entry for the 2014 list.

7. The Baxter Inn
Up one place from last year, Sydney’s Baxter Inn won Best Bar in Australasia.

8. American Bar
Moving up 12 places, the Savoy’s iconic bar just shows even the well- established bars can improve time and again, matching pace with the plethora of new openings.

9. High Five
Falling six places this Tokyo bar still took the title of Best Bar in Asia.

10. 28 Hong Kong Street
Completing the top 10 and staying in the same place as last year, was 28 Hong Kong Street in Singapore.

11. Connaught Bar
Ever a London favourite, the Connaught Hotel’s eponymous bar has fallen seven places from last year.

12. Happiness Forgets
Still churning out great cocktails and preventing the wallies from getting in, Happiness may have fallen six places but this London stalwart is anything but forgotten.

13. Aviary

A new entry and a first for Chicago.

14. Elephant Bar

Another new entry, this time in New York.

15. Nottingham Forest

Nothing to do with the football club, this Italian bar is up 34 places.

16. Smuggler’s Cove
Up 14 places from 2013, this San Francisco bar is a global tiki reference point.

17. Candelaria
The highest Parisian bar on the list, Candelaria is down 5 spots.

18. PDT
PDT might be sitting at 18, as newer bars have captured our imaginations but this New York speakeasy is actually the all-time achiever of 50 Best Bars. It has been on the list ever since its inception six years ago and, using a formula that assigns a sliding scale of points to a bar’s ranking, PDT, with its 4th, 2nd, 1st, 2nd, 13th and 18th placed finishes heads the all-time leader board.

19. Bulletin Place
This Sydney bar is up seven spots.

20. White Lyan
A new entry to the list, and a bar completely different to any other, in this list and in the world.

21. Buck & Breck

The highest entry for Berlin, Buck & Breck was down four places from last year.

22. The Broken Shaker

A new entry for Miami, and spreading the entries from North America far and wide, The Broken Shaker entered the list at 22.

23. 69 Colebrooke Row
Tony C’s bar has climbed up 4 places this year.

24. Hemingway Bar

Having slipped off the list last year, and placing 38 in 2012, the bar in Prague has managed to re-enter the list.

25. Le Lion Bar de Paris

Jorg Meyer’s bar is Hamburg’s only bar on the list, having slipped 9 places from last year.

26. Door 74
Amsterdam’s best-known and most-loved speakeasy has fallen 11 places from 2013.

27. Three Dots & A Dash

Another new entry for Chicago.

28. The Jerry Thomas Project

Rome’s only bar to appear on the list has fallen 9 places.

29. Chainaya. Tea & Cocktails
Russia’s highest entry has fallen one spot since last year.

30. The Everleigh
Melbourne’s highest entry and down 6 places.

31. Eau de Vie

This Sydney bar is also down 6 places.

32. Bramble
Staying at the same position as last year – Bramble has been on the list every year since it began and is the all-time regional European bar.

33. Trick Dog

A new entry for San Francisco.

34. Dry Martini
Spain’s only entry on the list, this Barcelona bar is down 20 spots.

35. Clover Club
A New York stalwart and local bar for writer extraordinaire David Wondrich, Clover Club is down four places.

36. Drink

Boston’s only bar on the list has climbed up 10 places from last year.

37. Black Pearl
Melbourne’s best-known bar has, similarly to PDT and Bramble, been a regular on this list ever since it was conceived. It’s also the regional all-timer for Australasia.

38. Schumann’s
This Munich favourite is down 15 places from 2013.

39. Floreria Atlantico

Taking the title for Best Bar in Latin America and the Caribbean is Buenos Aires’ Floreria Atlantico, down 4 spots.

40. Star Bar Ginza

A re-entry for this Tokyo bar sees it take number 40.

41. Delicatessen
Moscow’s second bar on the list is up nine spots.

42. Quinary

This Hong Kong bar is down 4 places since 2013.

43. Cure
A new entry from New Orleans.

44. Tales & Spirits
Another new entry – this time from Amsterdam.

45. Maison Premiere
Premiering for the first time on this list, it’s New York’s Maison Premiere.

46. La Capilla

Mexico and Tequila’s mecca, this is the bar that birthed the Batanga. Down 9 spots.

47. Licoreria Limantour

A new entry for Mexico City and home to Jose Luis Leon.

48. Shady Pines

Sydney’s Shady Pines in down 7 spots from last year.

49. Callooh Callay
Down 38 places it’s the bar with a gateway to Narnia and an all-time favourite for relaxed Sunday sessions.

50. Williams & Graham

A new entry for Denver.









Un’altra spettacolare occasione da non perdere!
Finalmente in Italia uno dei piu’ conosciuti e attesi MAESTRI del bartending globale.
In prima fila da oltre trent’anni Gary Regan ti aspetta a Roma i giorni 29 e 30 settembre 2014.
I posti sono limitati, BLINDA IL TUO!!! IL PRIMA POSSIBILE.

Tales of The Cocktails 2014 Top 4 Finalists

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CONGRATULATIONS TO  The top 4 Finalists for the 2014 Spirited Awards

American Bartender of the Year

Charles Joly The Aviary Chicago, Illinois
Eric Alperin The Varnish Los Angeles, California
Leo Robitschek The NoMad Hotel New York, New York
Sean Kenyon Williams & Graham Denver, Colorado

Best American Brand Ambassador

Elayne Duff Diageo Portfolio
Jamie Gordon Absolut Vodka
Neyah White Yamazaki
Todd Richman Sidney Frank Portfolio

Best American Cocktail Bar

Anvil Houston, Texas
Clover Club Brooklyn, New York
Cure New Orleans, Louisiana
The Hawthorne Boston, Massachusetts

Best Bar Mentor

Bridget Albert Chicago, Illinois
Dushan Zaric Los Angeles, California
Francesco Lafranconi Las Vegas, Nevada
Julie Reiner Brooklyn, New York

Best Cocktail Writing – Author

Gary Regan
Ian Cameron
Paul Clarke
Robert Simonson

Best Cocktail Writing – Publication

Australian Bartender Magazine
Bar Magazine Digital
Imbibe Magazine

Best High Volume Cocktail Bar

Clover Club Brooklyn, New York
Harvard and Stone Los Angeles, California
Sable Kitchen and Bar Chicago, Illinois
Saxon + Parole Restaurant New York, New York

Best International Brand Ambassador

Claire Smith Belvedere Vodka
Giuseppe Gallo Martini
Ian Burrell Rum Ambassador
Jacob Briars Bacardi Portfolio

Best New Book (Cocktail/Bartending)

Drinks by Tony Conigliaro
The Tequila Ambassador by Tomas Estes
To Have and Have Another: A Hemingway Cocktail Companion by Philip Greene
Vodka Distilled by Tony Abou-Ganim

Best New Product

Dale DeGroff’s Pimento Aromatic Bitters
Dorothy Parker Gin
Fords Gin
Pierre Ferrand Dry Curacao

Best Restaurant Bar

Island Creek Oyster Bar Boston, Massachusetts, USA
No. 9 Park Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Saxon + Parole Restaurant New York, New York, USA
The NoMad Hotel New York, New York, USA

International Bartender of the Year

Hidetsugu Ueno Bar High Five Tokyo, Japan
Jack McGarry The Dead Rabbit New York, New York, USA
Simone Caporale Artesian Bar at the Langham London, England,UK
Zdenek Kastanek 28 Hong Kong Street Singapore

World’s Best Cocktail Bar

Callooh Callay London, United Kingdom
Candelaria Paris, France
Drink Boston, Massachusetts, USA
The Varnish Los Angeles, California, USA

World’s Best Cocktail Menu
American Bar at the Savoy London, United Kingdom
Pouring Ribbons New York, New York, USA
The Dead Rabbit New York, New York, USA
The Nightjar London, United Kingdom

World’s Best Drink Selection
canon: whiskey and bitters emporium Seattle, Washington, USA
Mayahuel New York, New York, USA
Saxon + Parole Restaurant New York, New York, USA
The Dead Rabbit New York, New York, USA

World’s Best Hotel Bar

Clyde Common Portland, Oregon, USA
Eastern Standard Kitchen and Drinks Boston, Massachusetts, USA
The NoMad Hotel New York, New York, USA
The Zetter Townhouse London, United Kingdom

World’s Best New Cocktail Bar

Experimental Cocktail Club New York, New York, USA
Pouring Ribbons New York, New York, USA
The Dead Rabbit New York, New York, USA
The NoMad Hotel New York, New York, USA

Tales of The Cocktails 2014 Top 10 Finalists

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The top 10 Finalists for the 2014 Spirited Awards have been Announced!


American Bartender of the Year
Jeff Bell (New York)
Erick Castro (San Diego)
Marcovaldo Dionysos (San Francisco)
Bobby Heugel (Houston)
Sean Kenyon (Denver)
John Lermayer (Miami)
Ryan Maybee (Kansas City)
Ivy Mix (New York)
Jeffrey Morgenthaler (Portland)
Pamela Wiznitzer (New York)
Best American Brand Ambassador
Brooke Arthur (House of Spirits)
Colin Asare-Appiah (Bacardi)
Elayne Duff (Diageo Reserve)
Jamie Evans (Oxley gin)
Bernie Lubbers (Heaven Hill Distilleries)
Freddy May (Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky)
Chris Patino (Pernod Ricard USA Portfolio)
Nick van Tiel (Plymouth Gin / Beefeater)
Neyah White (Suntory Japanese Whiskies)
Angus Winchester (Tanqueray Gin)
Best American Cocktail Bar
Anvil Bar & Refuge (Houston)
The Aviary (Chicago)
canon:  whiskey and bitters emporium (Seattle)
Cure (New Orleans)
The Dead Rabbit (New York)
Noble Experiment (San Diego)
Prizefighter (Emeryville)
Smuggler’s Cove (San Francisco)
Trick Dog (San Francisco)
Williams & Graham (Denver)
Best American High Volume Cocktail Bar
Employees Only (New York)
Flatiron Lounge (New York)
Harvard & Stone (Los Angeles)
Honeycut (Los Angeles)
The NoMad (New York)
Polite Provisions (San Diego)
Sable Kitchen & Bar (Chicago)
Saxon + Parole Restaurant (New York)
Three Dots and a Dash (Chicago)
Trick Dog (San Francisco)
Best American Restaurant Bar
320 Main (Orange County)
Bestia (Los Angeles)
Clyde Common (Portland)
Gramercy Tavern (New York)
No. 9 Park (Boston)
The NoMad (New York)
nopa (San Francisco)
OAK at fourteenth (Boulder)
The Rieger Hotel Grill & Exchange (Kansas City)
The Silver Dollar (Louisville)
Best American Hotel Bar
Bellocq (New Orleans)
Bemelmans Bar (New York)
The Broken Shaker (Miami)
Carousel Bar at the Hotel Monteleone (New Orleans)
Clyde Common (Portland)
The Hawthorne (Boston)
The Regent Cocktail Club (Miami)
Sable Kitchen & Bar (Chicago)
The Spare Room at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel (Los Angeles)
Vesper Bar (Las Vegas)
Best New American Cocktail Bar
Attaboy (New York)
Cane & Table (New Orleans)
Celeste (Chicago)
Golden Cadillac (New York)
Half Step (Austin)
Kimball House (Atlanta)
Mockingbird Hill (Washington, D.C.)
Multnomah Whisk{e}y Library (Portland)
Three Dots and a Dash (Chicago)
ZZ’s Clam Bar (New York)
Best American Bar Team – New Category
Attaboy (New York)
Clyde Common (Portland)
The Dead Rabbit (New York)
Drink (Boston)
Eastern Standard Kitchen & Drinks (Boston)
Employees Only (New York)
The NoMad (New York)
The Regent Cocktail Club (Miami)
Trick Dog (San Francisco)
Williams & Graham (Denver)
International Bartender of the Year
Marian Beke (London)
Monica Berg (London)
Simone Caporale (London)
Ryan Chetiyawardana (London)
Mario Kappes (Hamburg)
Zdenek Kastanek (Singapore)
Tim Phillips (Sydney)
Hidetsugu Ueno (Tokyo)
Tom Walker (London)
Jason Williams (Sydney)
Best International Brand Ambassador 
Ian “Rum Ambassador” Burrell
David Cordoba (Bacardi)
Giuseppe Gallo (Martini & Rossi)
Tim Etherington Judge (Diageo Reserve)
George Nemec (Becherovka)
David Piper (Hendrick’s Gin)
Claire Smith (Belvedere Vodka)
Manuel Terron (Midori Melon Liqueur)
Camille Vidal (St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur)
Maximilian Warner (Chivas)
Best International Cocktail Bar
28 Hong Kong Street (Singapore)
69 Colebrooke Row (London)
Bramble Bar (Edinburgh)
Buck and Breck (Berlin)
Bulletin Place (Sydney)
Candelaria (Paris)
Chainaya.  Tea & Cocktails (Moscow)
Door 74 (Amsterdam)
Eau De Vie Melbourne (Melbourne)
Happiness Forgets (London)
Best International High Volume Cocktail Bar
Big Easy Covent Garden (London)
Black Angel’s Bar (Prague)
The Attic at the Black Pearl (Melbourne)
The Cufflink Club (Singapore)
Dvars (Amsterdam)
Eau De Vie Melbourne (Melbourne)
Frank’s (Buenos Aires)
The Lobo Plantation (Sydney)
London Cocktail Club (London)
Schumann’s American Bar (Munich)
Best International Restaurant Bar
The Red Bar at Bam-Bous (London)
The Bon Vivants (Edinburgh)
Delicatessen (Moscow)
The Gilbert Scott (London)
Spitalfields Bar at Hawksmoor (London)
Hix Soho (London)
The Lui Bar at Vue De Monde (Melbourne)
Oblix Restaurant (London)
Porteno Restaurant (Sydney)
Blind Pig at Social Eating House (London)
Best International Hotel Bar
Artesian at the Langham (London)
Bar at Home Hotel (Buenos Aires)
Beaufort Bar at The Savoy Hotel (London)
Black Angel’s Bar (Prague)
Clive’s Classic Lounge (Victoria)
Connaught Bar at the Connaught (London)
Ohla Boutique Bar at Ohla Hotel (Barcelona)
Punch Room at The London Edition (London)
Scarfes Bar at Rosewood London (London)
Widder Bar at the Widder Hotel (Zurich)
Best New International Cocktail Bar
The Barber Shop (Sydney)
Blind Pig at Social Eating House (London)
Hello Sailor (Sydney)
Holmens Kanal (Copenhagen)
Imperial Craft Cocktail Bar (Tel Aviv)
The Liquor Rooms (Dublin)
Little Jumbo (Victoria)
NOLA (London)
Punch Room at The London Edition (London)
White Lyan (London)
Best International Bar Team – New Category
28 Hong Kong Street (Singapore)
The American Bar at The Savoy (London)
Artesian at the Langham (London)
The Baxter Inn (Sydney)
The Black Pearl (Melbourne)
Blind Pig at Social Eating House (London)
Connaught Bar at the Connaught (London)
Le Lion – Bar de Paris (Hamburg)
The Nightjar (London)
Ruby Cocktail Chronicles (Copenhagen)
Best Cocktail & Spirits Writer
Jenny Adams (United States)
Sam Bygrave (Australia)
Toby Cecchini (United States)
Paul Clarke (United States)
Camper English (United States)
Jeffrey Morgenthaler (United States)
Darcy O’Neil (Canada)
Daniel Priseman (United Kingdom)
Jane Ryan (United Kingdom)
Robert Simonson (United Kingdom)
Best Cocktail & Spirits Publication (United States)
Australian Bartender magazine (Australia)
BarLifeUK (United Kingdom)
DRINK (China)
Ginger Magazine (France)
Imbibe Magazine (United States) (United States)
PUNCH ( (United States)
The Cocktail Lovers magazine (United Kingdom)
The Spirits Business (United Kingdom)
Best New Cocktail/Bartending Book (Top 9)
The Art of the Shim by Dinah Sanders
Apothecary Cocktails:  Restorative Drinks from Yesterday and Today by Warren Bobrow
Beachbum Berry’s Potions of the Caribbean by Jeff Berry
Cocktail for a Crowd by Kara Newman
The Curious Bartender by Tristan Stephenson
The Drunken Botanist by Amy Stewart
Home Bar Basics (and Not-So-Basics) Cocktail Guidebook, 2nd Edition by Dave Stolte
Wine Cocktails (Planet of the Grapes) by Jason Wilson
Whiskey Women:  The Untold Story of How Women Saved Bourbon, Scotch and Irish Whiskey by Fred Minnick
Best Bar Mentor
Erik Adkins
Bridget Albert
Jacob Briars
Jackson Cannon
Wayne Collins
Doug Frost
Francesco LaFranconi
Jim Meehan
Andy Seymour
Dushan Zaric
Best New Product
Ancho Reyes
Beefeater Burrough’s Reserve gin
Crawley’s Imperial Shaker Machine
Del Maguey Ibérico mezcal
iSpoon by Monkey Shoulder
Martini Gran Lusso Vermouth
Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky
Plantation Original Dark Rum
Sipsmith VJOP Gin
Small Hand Foods Tonic Syrup
World’s Best Cocktail Menu
69 Colebrooke Row (London)
The Aviary (Chicago)
canon:  whiskey and bitters emporium (Seattle)
Eau De Vie (Sydney)
The Nightjar (London)
The NoMad (New York)
Polite Provisions (San Diego)
Pouring Ribbons (New York)
Three Dots and a Dash (Chicago)
Trick Dog (San Francisco)
World’s Best Drinks Selection
Baba Au Rum (Athens)
Connaught Bar at the Connaught (London)
The Dead Rabbit (New York)
Eau De Vie Melbourne (Melbourne)
Hard Water (San Francisco)
Liberty Bar (Seattle)
Multnomah Whisk{e}y Library (Portland)
Old Crow (Zurich)
Scopa Italian Roots (Los Angeles)
Tommy’s (San Francisco

Max La Rocca @ VENUEZ Barshow Benelux


VENUEZ14 is the most inspiring Benelux trade event in the field of design, concepts, drinks & experience. It is the meeting place for hospitality entrepreneurs, brand managers, suppliers, consultants, designers, architects, concept developers, bartenders, chefs, and trend spotters.

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SUPER-BAR, Milan 30 September/3 October – The first Italian BarShow is coming!!




Finalmente a Milano si è avverato il grande sogno dei Bartenders Italiani di avere un proprio Barshow dove poter conoscere e condividere nuove tendenze, tecniche, prodotti e attrezzature, nonché avere la possibilità di seguire Seminari di altissimo livello da relatori che sono considerati i Gurus della Mixology come Salvatore Calabrese, Peter Dorelli, Simone Caporale, Hidetsugu Ueno, Beach Bum Berry, Shingo Gokan, Zdenek Kastanek, Naren Young, Nicolas Saint Jean e tanti altri.

Sono veramente onorato di essere stato scelto come Testimonial dell’evento ed essere il “trait d’union” tra il panorama internazionale e la cultura del beverage Italiana che negli ultimi anni ha fatto passi da gigante esplorando nuove tecniche di lavoro, tendenze, prodotti e filosofie inglobandole nell’arte della miscelazione del nostro paese.

Con orgoglio vedo questo evento mettersi sul podio insieme ad altri importanti Barshows come quello di Berlino, Mosca, Parigi, Londra e New Orleans.

E’ un piacere che il mio ritorno in Italia, dopo aver fatto importanti esperienze nei più prestigiosi Bar all’estero e aver creato cocktails in tutto il mondo, sia coinciso con il SUPERBAR, dandomi l’opportunità di mettere a disposizione le mie conoscenze e contribuendo al prestigio di questo importante appuntamento che si rinnoverà ogni anno, attribuendo all’Italia un posto di prim’ordine nel panorama della Mixology Mondiale.


Sotto il video del Press release Day ed alcune foto

Ladies & Gentleman Mr Gianni Merenda, la mente dietro il progetto

Superstudio Più – Via Tortona 27, Milano – 30 settembre – 3 ottobre 2013

– 30 settembre dalle ore 12 alle ore 19 | Trade only

– 1-2-3 Ottobre dalle ore 12 alle ore 19 | Trade only
Dalle ore 19 alle ore 24 | Open door – eventi e dj set


ORE DI APERTURA > 43 (lunedì – giovedì)



SEMINARI (1,5 ore cad) > 16

 WORKSHOP (1 ora cad) > 20

 ACADEMY (1 ora cad) > 20

 MASTER (3 ore cad) > 4


SUPER-BAR è un evento organizzato e prodotto da You Factory, con il supporto commerciale e media di Bargiornale la rivista mensile per i professionisti del mondo del bar, leader del mercato con oltre 110.000 copie diffuse e con il patrocinio di FIPE-Confcommercio ed esplora il mondo di mixologist, professionisti e bartenders grazie a contests, workshops, seminari, degustazioni e parties incredibili.

Un favoloso viaggio nel mondo dei Modern Classic, le tecniche giapponesi, la storia dei cocktail, i liquori messicani Mezcal e Tequila, i Rum, i Tiki cocktail, i trend di New York, la cultura sudamericana del bere, le tendenze in Asia,il Flair e NATURALMENTE larte della miscelazione italiana.

Dopo analoghi eventi a Berlino, Mosca, Parigi e New Orleans, SUPER-BAR è lappuntamento internazionale più atteso in Italia dal mondo bartender e dalle aziende beverage, ma è anche ai non addetti ai lavori.

Prevediamo un’affluenza di circa 3.000/4.000 persone al giorno per un totale di 12.000/16.000 visitatori per tutta la durata dell’evento

– Da non perdere i 4 master organizzati da Planet One, azienda leader per la formazione e consulenze

1) “I bar dalla parte delle donne”, dedicato esclusivamente alle donne;
2) “Amici al bar”, per i giovani imprenditori;
3)“Cambiare per crescere”, dedicato a chi vuole riconvertire un locale già esistente; 4)“Quattro Stagioni”, per chi gestisce attività stagionali.


SUPER-BAR è suddiviso in macro aree tematiche.

– Il Central Point è il cuore pulsante di SUPER-BAR, di giorno contenitore di contest dedicati ai professionisti del settore; di sera, a partire dalle ore 19, location per gli eventi aperti al grande pubblico.

– L’Excelsior Area è dedicata a vodka e prodotti premium.

– La Food & Service Area celebra i riti “all’italiana” più amati, colazione e aperitivo.

– Outdoor nell’Art Garden di Superstudio invece Street food, con 6 Apecar rivisitate nel design che propongono specialità regionali italiane selezionate, ma anche sushi e gelati artigianali.

– Ci sarà una zona dal mood tropicale dedicata al distillato “beach” per eccellenza, il Rum, e a tutti i prodotti che richiamano il fascino delle spiagge, del Tiki e di Exotic Cocktails.

– E ancora un’area dedicata al mondo del gin e a tutti i distillati di erbe e spezie.

Supershop dove comprare accessori specializzati e kit per il perfetto bartender.


Dalle 19.00 Super-Bar aprirà le porte al pubblico della Milano da bere. Grazie alle attività di comunicazione a supporto della manifestazione (piano media, ufficio stampa, pr, digitale, ecc.) e al cast artistico di dj internazionali di altissimo livello.

Ben 8000 metri quadri, si trasformano in una vera e propria cittadella della “cultura del buon bere” con corsi, degustazioni, party, dj set, concerti, eventi pensati ed organizzati per tutti i cocktail lovers, ma anche per gli amanti del buon cibo e della buona musica.


Super-bar non é soltanto un Barshow ma diventerà una piattaforma verticale per tutti i cocktail lovers dove Web, mobile e social media saranno gli strumenti per costruire una brand experience personalizzata per sponsors e partners con contenuti ed eventi sul territorio per un’esperienza unica di 12 mesi.

“Come diventare tra i 50 migliori Bar al mondo in 365 giorni”
Giovedì 3 Ottobre – 18.30/19.30

Anche se il titolo può sembrare provocatorio o un qualcosa di irraggiungibile, il mio Workshop vuole proprio dimostrare che attraverso la professionalità, la costanza e l’attenzione al mercato, il viaggio verso questo traguardo può essere intrapreso da tutti, seguendo il proprio istinto, mantenendo i propri valori e passioni e senza aver bisogno di lampadari di cristallo, poltrone lussuose o un arredamento Super-Chic!

Un viaggio attraversando le varie fasi della progettazione, posizionamento del bancone, scelta delle attrezzature, bicchieri, strumenti di lavoro, musica e atmosfera, tipologia di clientela che si desidera attirare e l’uso dei social media per aumentare la visibilità del nostro Bar; ci saranno poi importanti “Tips & Tricks” e dietro le quinte…

Vi aspetto!

“Always stir..with a dash of love”
Max La Rocca