Pot Luck

Where Are We Drinking? Clue: Chinotto per Tutti

At this Italian import, you can find specialty Italian beverages on the menu that are otherwise hard to come by. My favorite is the Chinotto, which San Pellegrino claims to have created in 1932. Made from the fruit of the myrtle-leaved orange tree, it's said to be "bitter orange" flavored -- but I think it tastes more like carbonated, nonalcoholic Aperol. Either way, it's a great way to enjoy a cocktail-like drink senza the booze.

Think you know where we're drinking this week? Leave your best guess below.

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