Sandra Lee heads to Epic in the windy city of Chicago, a three-floor restaurant, bar and rooftop lounge, with epic views of the Chicago skyline. She then jets off to NYC, where she discovers Bathtub Gin, a speakeasy tucked away behind a coffee shop. Once inside you're in for a trip back to The Roaring 20's. Then Sandra welcomes you to Hollywood, California! Rock & Reilly's located on the famous Sunset Strip boasts a rich musical history but still serves up rockin' drinks and has a whiskey list that would have you thinking you're in Ireland. Drink up!
Sandra Lee travels to the waterfront of Portchester, NY to visit Bartaco, a Mexican meets SoCal getaway. Patrons come by car or by speedboat to feast on the house made guacamole and Baja Fish Tacos. Sandra then jet sets to Tinseltown for some dinner and a show and of course drinks! The Supperclub, has a little something for everyone and is certainly not a spot to miss. Not in the mood for the long flight to Hawaii? Sandra checks out Hala Kahiki, a classic tiki bar that been in business for over 50 years. Be sure to sit back and relax with an umbrella in your drink.
Sandra Lee heads to Long Island City's Penthouse 808, which offers breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and the Queensboro Bridge. Then she's off to Des Moines, Iowa for some Fong's Pizza, where Chinese food inspired pizza and tropical drinks sum up this one of a kind hot spot. Sandra stops at California's Boulevard 3 where behind the gates lies a true hidden gem filled with go-go dancers, celebrities, and bottle service to keep you going all night long.
Sandra Lee travels to Chicago's Barcito, a sexy and modern Spanish bar and restaurant inspired by the pintxos bars of Spain. In NYC Sandra heads to the Bourgeois Pig, which is a champagne and wine bar-every girl's dream, they even have fondue! Sandra slips into her cowboy boots and swings on by Borderline in Thousand Oaks, California. They serve up western like no other, combining great country music, dancing and one of a kind drinks.
Sandra Lee travels to one of New York's most well know sports bars, the 40/40 Club. This is the place to watch any game, sip on some great cocktails and even rub shoulders with owner and Hip Hop mogul, Jay-Z. Sandra hits the beach and stops for a cocktail or two at Paradise Cove in Malibu, a beach bar that serves up tropical drinks and fresh seafood. Then Sandra checks out El Bait Shop in Des Moines which is described as a "mancave on steroids." It's has the largest selection of American microbrews in the world and some of the best bar food in the US.
Sandra Lee continues to travel the nation sampling cocktails. She makes a stop in Hollywood to the Lexington Social House. It's the epitome of chic dining and state of the art drinks. Then Cienfuegos located in the heart of the East Village takes you back to vintage Cuba and provides you with a large selection of rum punches. Sandra rolls on over to The Spare Room. The once closed off space at the legendary Roosevelt Hotel is now more than just a spare room, you can sip on their craft cocktails and bowl a few frames in designer bowling shoes.