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While cities like Miami have a year-round outdoor cocktail culture, for much of the country, sipping a drink while soaking up urban views or waterside vistas is one of summer’s great pleasures.
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At Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company you can order cauliflower nachos, a rum old fashioned while dancing all night.
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