Drinking French Booksigning in Brooklyn, NY


It’s been quite a year! While my 2020 book tour was upended by a global pandemic – who’d a thought we’d ever be saying things like that? – I can finally able to have an event. If you’re in New York City, I’ll be at Slope Cellars in Brooklyn on Sunday, May 9th from 2 to 3:30pm signing copies of Drinking French. FINALLY! So stop by and get a personalized copy.

Slope Cellars is also proudly offering a Drinking French Bar Box featuring a selection of apéritifs and spirits so you can make some of my favorite drinks in the book. Included is a bottle of Citadelle gin from France, Dolin red vermouth made in Chambéry, the French alps, a bottle of small-batch Forthave spirits red bitter apéritif, and Old Forester Bottled-in-Bond rye, for making Boulevardier and Toronto cocktails from the book, as well as a signed copy of Drinking French. So you’re welcome to pick up a Drinking French Bar Box with a book included or just a personalized copy of the book.

See you then!

  • If you do want a Drinking French Bar Box, you may wish to call the store in advance so it’s ready for pick up.
  • The shop is unable to ship personalized books and can only do in-store sales. However they can ship Drinking French Bar Boxes that include a book. Check with the store for availability and shipping.
  • Note that the event will take place outside, weather permitting, with appropriate health protocols in place. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing.
Drinking French Booksigning in Brooklyn, NY


  • DrRandy
    May 4, 2021 1:47pm

    April 9th? You’re time travelling? :)

    Oops! Fixed! – dl

  • Amarie
    May 8, 2021 5:15pm

    Will they let you back into France?

  • Jenn
    May 30, 2021 7:17pm

    So bummed I missed this!

    • May 31, 2021 12:48pm
      David Lebovitz

      It was fun! If you’d like a signed copy of the book, I left some at Slope Cellars :)


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