Behind a carousel of plastic sunglasses and cotton scarves, sandwiched between old Italian eateries, is a dark, unassuming door that leads to Mulberry Project. This speakeasy forgoes menus to instead list seasonal ingredients and choices of base spirits on blackboards, which are hung on the walls around the dimly lit, red-accented space. "What mood are you in?" servers ask. "What flavor profile do you prefer? Sweet, sour, dry, fruity, or spicy?" From there, the bartenders take charge, creating custom cocktails for eager patrons. We called up partner and mixologist Rael Petit to learn a bit more about what inspires him when crafting cocktails and where he goes to get a drink away from his... More >>>