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“Cocktail books typically lean in the direction of fun and entertainment—and while the latest

book from Parsons certainly doesnâ€t skip out on the good times, he strikes a tone more

elegiac with Last Call, asking bartenders heavy questions about mortality and legacy. In twentythree

cities across the country, Parsons inquires about what their final drink would be—and the

question opens a wider discussion into bar rituals, cocktail culture, and the inherent appeal of

these welcoming rooms in the wee hours of the night.―—Imbibe“Measure equal parts

travelogue, tell-all, discography, and cocktail companion—in service of an obituary of all

patrons—and you have Last Call; Brad Thomas Parsonsâ€s best book yet. Through soulful

photos and gritty interviews, he and photographer Ed Anderson capture the rawness, vulnerability,

and ecstasy of the metamorphosis between the end of a guestâ€s night and the beginning of a

bartenderâ€s.―—Jim Meehan, author of Meehanâ€s Bartender Manual andÂ

The PDT Cocktail Book “This book is a delight. Last Call shows us the sense of

community evoked by bartenders across the country, whose wisdom and tenderness are captured

here both in words and beautiful photographs. It made me—an erstwhile bartender and faithful

customer—happy to remember that we all have nights when we unexpectedly hear the words

‘last call,†and that noble and fascinating bartenders are out there waiting to share it with

us.―—Alan Cumming “Brad Thomas Parsons brilliantly takes us behind the scenes in this

insiderâ€s visit with bartenders across the country, who disclose what theyâ€d choose as

their last libation. Not only do they share their thoughts, they also give us a taste of their favorite

cocktails with a host of inspiring recipes that anyone can shake or stir up at home. Youâ€ll savor

every sip of this spirited look at what goes on behind the bar—from small-town dives to big-city

speakeasies—when closing time finally arrives.―—David Lebovitz, author of My Paris

Kitchen and Drinking French“This book is brimming with great recipes, but Last Call

reminds us, with intimacy and warmth, that stories and the people who tell them are the very best

portion of bar life.―—Rosie Schaap, author of Drinking with Men “With the constant

companionship of bartenders along the way, Brad Thomas Parsons takes us on a tour of some of

the countryâ€s finest establishments in a somber yet seductive celebration of that hardearnedÂ

final moment of reflection, often paired with the perfect tune and a flawlessly poured

drink in hand.―—Charlie Hall, drummer, The War on Drugs “Brad Thomas Parsonsâ€

Last Call is a glorious multi-tool of a book. Its profusion of smart cocktail recipes makes it

invaluable behind the bar—or tucked into your suitcase, as itâ€s also a supreme travel guide to


some of the finest saloons in America, a treasure map for late-night explorers. Itâ€s also,

sublimely, a gravelly disquisition on life, death, pleasure, and what it all means. Parsons has

become our preeminent thinker-drinker—our best surveyor of that heady, complex zone where

liquid spirits meet the human spirit.―—Jonathan Miles, author of Dear American Airlines and

Anatomy of a Miracle “A thoughtful and enjoyable book that will delight cocktail aficionados

and lovers of bars alike.―—Library Journal Brad Thomas Parsons is the author of Bitters

(which was the winner of the James Beard and IACP Cookbook Awards, and a finalist for the

Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards), Amaro, and Distillery Cats. He received an MFA in

writing from Columbia University, and his work has appeared in Bon Appétit, Lucky Peach, Food

& Wine, Travel + Leisure, PUNCH, and more. He lives in Brooklyn. See all Editorial Reviews

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