Stone Cold

Give warm spirits the cold shoulder. Enjoy your whiskey (or other desired spirit) chilled but not increasingly watered down by popping a few Whiskey Stones in your glass instead of ice. Milled in Vermont by the oldest soapstone workshop in the U.S., these sophisticated, attractive bar accessories will put the rock in your rocks glass. $20,

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Half the fun of having pizza at the Cosmopolitan’s super-secret no-name pizza parlor is finding it. Much ado has been made about this nondescript joint hidden down an unmarked hallway (Hint: it’s lined with album covers), but the truth is that the pizza is actually delicious. Hot, gooey and greasy (in a good way) slices and entire pies are served on stacks of paper plates, just like they do it in New York. It’s perfect for a quick lunch or a late-night drunken pit stop—it does stay open until 5 a.m. on weekends. $3 per slice, in the Cosmopolitan, 698-7000.



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