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Tickets to the Hemingway Cocktail Seminar are $50 per person, and include drinks mixed by bartender couple Phoebe Esmon and Christian Gaal. The duo will be making five different Ernest-inspired sips, and the Old City restaurant will also provide complementary small bites to go along.
The talk will be led by Museum of the American Cocktail co-founder Philip Greene, and included in the price is a copy of Greene’s book, titled To Have and Have Another - A Hemingway Cocktail Companion. The book contains info on Hemingway’s life and times along with 55 easy-to-follow drink recipes. Tickets are available here (6-8 PM; 215-627-0666).