Food & Drink

New York Bar to Host “Bad Hombre” Pop-Up

In the wake of the final presidential debate, we could all use a hearty drink. Luckily, one New York cocktail bar is about to make our 2016 election drinking dreams come true: On October 21 and 22, Upper East Side cocktail bar Seamstress will host a pop-up inspired by one of Donald Trump’s choicest phrases of debate night, Bad Hombre.

The pop-up will feature cold Mexican brews, as well as cocktails made with—you guessed it—tequila and mezcal. A portion of the proceeds will also be donated to Tlachinollan, the Human Rights Center of the Mountain, which is an organization based in the Mexican state of Guerrero that provides support for indigenous communities.

“With so many global issues and immigration at stake, we wanted to bring awareness to the spirits that come from across the border and show support for our friends who help make the beautiful products that we imbibe every day and night in bars,” says Seamstress creative director Pamela Wiznitzer.

Has there ever been a better excuse to order a mezcal-spiked Oaxacan Old Fashioned? No, there hasn’t. Wiznitzer and the rest of the Seamstress crew will be whipping up plenty tonight starting at 6:30 p.m.

Now that Bad Hombre exists, we have just one question: Who’s going to host a Nasty Woman night?