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Some people love to travel, some people buy fancy furniture, we go to really fancy restaurants and stuff our bellies on tasting menus.
Aside from that I spend a lot of my free time at dive bars, tattoo shops, painting, and collecting records.
I do it to unwind -- and to be alone and take some ‘me’ time.” Her favorite thing about New York: “There is never a dull moment and never a person I've already met.
It's in constant flux and movement with millions of different people from different places and backgrounds.” Where to find her: Seamstress (address and info) Specialty: “One of the most popular cocktails we serve at Seamstress is the No Say with Ilegal mezcal, coconut, Aperol, lime, pineapple, and lemongrass," says Wiznitzer, who garnered major street cred behind the stick at the prestigious Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog before joining forces with Josh Mazza and Steve Laycock to bring Seamstress to a cocktail-deficient Upper East Side earlier this year.
Where to find her: The Gorbals (address and info) Specialty: "My very first cocktail I created was at The John Dory.
It was an incredibly laborious and intense process.
But mostly I like spending time and sharing laughs with friends.” Her favorite thing about New York: “I love that New York is the biggest little city in the world, in that New Yorkers stick together through thick and thin.
Named after a Sonic Youth song, it’s a Rittenhouse rye-based cocktail with Cynar, Dolin dry vermouth, Lustau Amontillado sherry, and Regan’s Orange Bitters No. It's kind of in the Manhattan family, but I think it has a lot more depth.” What she’s doing when she’s not working: “My boyfriend is a chef, and, not to be that cheese ball who says ‘I'm a foodie,’ but I will say that we spend a lot of time dining out.
I've made variations of it since, opting in Scotch and playing with the proportions of ingredients," reflects the beverage director of The Gorbals.