After an introductory debut in Las Vegas late last year, the Museum of the American Cocktail is set to open this month in New Orleans. Its exhibits and displays will cover cocktail history and milestones, such as the first time the term cocktail was used in print to refer to a mixed alcoholic drink, in 1806. The museum will occupy the second floor of the Pharmacy Museum, in a 19th-century building at 514 Chartres Street in the French Quarter. In addition to exhibits of cocktail shakers and such, the museum also plans monthly seminars and classes. Visit at http://www.kingcocktail.com
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