DALE DeGROFF has been called "the Billy Graham of the holy spirits"
by the London Tribune and "a master" by Martha Stewart, and is
widely acknowledged to be the preeminent mixologist in the world.
He's been featured in dozens of magazines and newspapers, including
The New York Times, The New Yorker, GQ,
Entertainment Weekly, Penthouse, Food & Wine,
and Forbes; his television appearances include Martha
Stewart Living and Today. For twelve years, Dale ran the
bar at New York City's Rainbow Room and now serves as a consultant
for such top restaurants as Balthazar. He has taught at the
Culinary Institute of America (and stars in their bartending video)
and the Institute for Culinary Education, among other venues. Dale
grew up in Westerly, Rhode Island, and now lives on Long
Visit Dale DeGroff at www.kingcocktail.com.