Money: Eat, Drink and Be (Sort of) Healthy

The phrase happy hour doesn't usually imply healthy behavior. But there are new cocktails on the bar scene that, while not exactly health supplements, do use natural and vitamin-packed mixers. In New York City, Stone Rose boasts martinis made with a mix of Beefeater's Wet gin and Glaceau Power-C Vitaminwater, while Sumile features the Eric Mason 50/50, which combines vodka, yuzu lemonade and oolong tea. Atlanta's Inman Park Patio has an herbal-green-tea martini. Koi in Los Angeles offers a cocktail with rice liquor, green tea (again) and Midori. And for the soy conscious, Fly Bar in San Francisco serves the 5-0--a...

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