Antique and Vintage Bartender’s Guides or Cocktail Books: Vintage cocktail books or bartender’s guides or mixed drink guides. Vintage mixed drink recipes for bartenders, bar men, restaurateurs, or the at-home mixologist. First edition hardback books, as well as vintage pamphlets and cocktail ephemera.
Currently we have: Recipes from Chicago Bartenders and Beverage Dispensers’ Union Local No. 278; Secrets of Cuban Entertaining: A Menu Cookbook,1981; Stork Club Bar Book, Lucius Beebe, 1946, First, First! Gift Edition, Numbered Copy 19 of 46; Drink-Up Plastic Coated Playing Cards; Legend of Liqueurs, Wines and Spirits, 1935, 1961; Gun Club Cook Book, 1930, 1939, or a Culinary Code for Appreciative Epicures, by Charles Browne, with illustrations by Leonard Holton; Quiet Drinking: A Book of Beer, Wines & Cocktails and What to Serve with Them, 1933, Virginia Elliott, Revised or “Repeal” Edition; Just Cocktails, 1939, published by Three Mountaineers, Inc.; Jayne’s Bartender’s Guide: A Practical Handbook for Professionals and Amateurs, 1934; Home Bartenders’ Guide to Expert Drink Mixing, 1963; Southern Comfort; Ted Saucier’s Bottoms Up, 1951; 100 Cocktails How to Mix Them, 1958; Standard Cocktail Guide, 1944; Burke’s Complete Cocktail Drinking Recipes, 1936; Old-Time Recipes for Home Made Wines, 1909, 1922; My Life with Wine, 1972; Tom and Jerry’s Bartender’s Guide How to Mix Drinks, 1943 Edition; Here’s How Mixed Drinks, 1941, Three Mountaineers; Old Crow Collection of Great Bourbon Drink Recipes, 1960; T G I Friday’s Drink Recipes, June, 1992; Amateur Bartenders, 1973; Irvin S. Cobb’s Own Recipe Book, 1934, Frankfort Distilleries; How To Make Booze at Home, 1969, First Edition, First Printing; Art of Mixing Drinks Legend of Liqueurs, Wines and Spirits, 1938; Esquire Refresher on Wines, Spirits, and Beer, 1949, Esquire Magazine; Bartender’s Guide . . . by Trader Vic, 1947, 1948; How to Mix “It” with Roxo, The Aristocrat of Mixers, 1934; Old Mr. Boston, 1935, First Edition, First Printing!; Chico Presents Ronrico’s Official Mixtro’s Guide, 1954; Trader Vic’s Helluva Man’s Cookbook, Victor Jules Bergeron, 1976; Martini Diaries, 1997; Cocktails and Mixed Drinks, 1967; Barmate: Home Bartenders’ Guide to Expert Drink Mixing, 1963; Latest Edition of the Original Merry Mixer, Schenley, 1936; Fanny Hill’s Cook Book, 1970, First Edition, First Printing; Story of Wine in California, M.F.K. Fisher, 1962; Folk Wines, Cordials, Brandies; Ramoses’ Guide: 680 Mixed Wine Drinks, 1974; Famous New Orleans Drinks and How to Mix ‘Em; Official Mixer’s Manual, 1934. We also added many vintage liquor advertising booklets, pamphlets and ephemera, including Southern Comfort, Bacardi, Early Times Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisky.