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Some Like It Hot: The Art of The Bloody Mary

Join James Beard Award winning bartender and co-founder of The Liquor Cabinet app, Maxwell Britten and co-founder, Patrick Janelle on a hands-on journey to learn the craft of boozy brunch favorite, The Bloody Mary. Think you make a good bloody, buddy? Try Maxwell's first and then we'll talk.

What You Get:



Hair of the Dog

On Saturday, December 10th at noon, explore the spicy history of the Bloody Mary, from its debated origins spanning Paris, London, New York and Hollywood to the modern variations of today.


Learn the essential bar tools and supplies needed to make a great Bloody, and how to take your garnish game to the next level.  You'll create Maxwell's version, and then get creative with your own concoction.

Your Venue & Hosts

Join Maxwell and Patrick at the Django Bar, in the legendary Roxy Hotel.


Maxwell Britten is a founding member of Brooklyn's acclaimed Maison Premiere, where he served as Bar Director for over 5 years and was twice nominated for the James Beard Award for Outstanding Bar Program. His work can be found in the New York Times, Esquire, Food & Wine Magazine and more.


Patrick Janelle is an authority in food, beverage and entertaining. His influence is strong: an Instagram following of over 400k (check it: @aguynamedpatrick) and features in the WSJ and New York Times.


Maxwell & Patrick are co-founders of the Liquor Cabinet, a cocktail and spirits digital platform along with Sean and Peter Janelle. 

Questions? Have one of our teachers call you!

Last But Not Least

Who will be teaching the class?

We handpick the best instructor, based on experience and edge—like working at one of the top bars or design firms in the city.

What can I expect?

A one-time, unique experience, guided by an expert in their field, with other like-minded creatives and tastemakers across industries. Walk away with newfound knowledge and inspiration—oh, and a few goodies to take home!

What’s the teaching style?

We believe in learning practical skills for the real world. Engage in hands-on demos, pick up tips and tricks, and interact with the community.