Céline Bossart is a New York-based activist, freelance writer, and content creator in the spirits and luxury travel spaces. Her written work and photography have been published in Billboard, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE Décor, Town & Country, Liquor.com, and more; in her spare time, Céline enjoys sipping fortified wines and nerding out over cocktail history (preferably while wearing a silk bathrobe). Follow her adventures on Instagram via @celineb0ss.
The ultimate oasis in the heart of one of New York City’s busiest intersections.
Times Square draws over 50 million visitors per year. It’s the classic “city that never sleeps” mantra epitomized with its bright, ceaseless lights illuminating the way for both tourists and locals around the clock. As a longtime New Yorker, there’s nothing great that happens there–it’s generally a place to steer ... More
A simple yet unexpected twist on the classic Mai Tai recipe
During its heyday, Cienfuegos was one of New York City’s most beloved rum bars. The second-floor East Village haunt earned serious acclaim during its eight years of existence, becoming somewhat of a legend among patrons and industry folk in the process. Though its shuttering was a loss, what has replaced ... More
A simple yet striking take on the classic daiquiri
Summer is upon us, and there’s hardly a better time to sip something bright, shaken, and rum-based. A classic daiquiri with rum, lime, and sugar usually does the trick. It’s a straightforward template that’s sure to please when well-executed (balance is key), and like many classic drinks, it serves as ... More
A gastronome’s guide to the third oldest city in the country
Portsmouth, New Hampshire is one of those small, special places not to be overlooked by travelers drawn to the charms of New England. The country’s third oldest city boasts the best of everything, from exceptional food and drink and coastal sightseeing (all walkable for those who prefer to explore on ... More
Bring a taste of Peru via Le Chalet at L'Avenue at Saks to the comfort of your home bar
Peru is synonymous with incredible sights, sounds, and tastes found nowhere else in the world: the striking expanse of Machu Picchu, the rushing waters of the Amazon and Urubamba rivers (and their many winding sisters), and of course, the signature dishes and drinks for which the country’s culinary scene ... More
Mexican hospitality, pristine beaches, and quiet luxury come together at this resort near Puerto Vallarta
Three sparkling pools, two Jack Nicklaus Signature championship golf courses, one world-class spa, and a seemingly never-ending chain of infinity pools make up the quiet, luxurious St. Regis resort inside the Pacific coast enclave that is Punta Mita. This ultra-exclusive gated village is comprised of two hotels–the ... More
Also served at Houston's Cottonmouth Club, this is how to make a killer absinthe frappe riff at home
Downtown Houston’s Cottonmouth Club is a veritable trip. At this decidedly unpretentious brick-laden bar, it’s all about the experience, as its founders will tell you–a guest’s drink is by no means limited to the confines of the menu (each bartender is more than happy to act as ... More
Homemade beer syrup, anyone?
“We find inspiration from classic cocktails, but add our own twists that often leave our guests puzzled by what they have in their glass,” Adam Robinson, owner of Deadshot in Portland, Oregon, tells DuJour. Located on a quiet street corner, this unassuming yet elevated bar has ... More
Sip frozen cocktails while soaking in natural hot springs under lush tropical canopies
Deep beneath the soil of La Fortuna in Costa Rica, the Arenal Volcano’s magma heats the natural springs that bubble above it. It’s a serene, beautiful place that’s become home to a handful of resorts brought to life by the region’s environmental offerings–a tourism movement pioneered by one resort in ... More
Your wine-stocked yacht awaits
Sailing the crystalline waters of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast is like falling into an oil painting. Stone structures with terracotta shingles line never-ending turquoise shorelines with hundreds of islands flanking the historic mainland; one might say that exploring this corner of the world by boat is the only way that makes ... More