We’re thrilled to announce that Drinking Boston has received a rave review in the winter issue of Edible Boston! Andrea Pyenson writes that Drinking Boston is “well researched and filled with unexpected facts … the author paints a picture of a city with a patchwork population of immigrant cultures that is a lot more colorful than its Puritanical reputation.”

It’s always exciting to get positive publicity for our books, but it’s especially nice to feel the love from Edible Boston, one of our favorite publications. To read the full review, pick up a copy of the winter issue at one of these locations. Better yet, subscribe to the magazine to enjoy great articles and gorgeous photography throughout the year. Or give the gift of a subscription to the food lover on your holiday list!

Drinking Boston introduces readers to the cast of characters who championed or vilified drinking and the places where they imbibed—legally and otherwise. Bringing us to present day, this literary pub crawl visits some of Boston’s most beloved and enduring watering holes, ending with an examination of Boston’s very own recipe for the current cocktail renaissance sweeping the nation—the innovators, the hotspots, and the uncompromising dedication to craft. The book is available through our website; online through Amazon or Barnes & Noble; or pick up a copy at your favorite local bookstore. If your favorite shop doesn’t have it in stock, just ask—they’ll be happy to order it for you!