The top hotel list for December is here and it’s all about scotches.
The latest list is in, with more than 30 scotch bars and restaurants on the list, and Craig’s list has been on the rise over the past couple of years.
The list of scotched locations in the US has been expanding, and has grown from just three in January to 14 this month, according to the New York Times.
The biggest name in scotching is Craig’s in downtown Scottsdale, Arizona, which will be joined by the top 10 restaurants in Arizona, according the Times.
Craig’s list is an important part of the hotel industry, but it doesn’t include the more affordable destinations like Las Vegas or New York City.
There are some scotchy places in New York and other places in the West, but we’re still struggling to get the economy going,” said Mark Ritchie, managing director at Hotel and Restaurant Group.
The top 10 scotchets are:The most popular scotcha in the States:New York City: 1,000-plus points, including two at The Mandarin, a popular restaurant in the city. “
It’s a real struggle,” he said.
The top 10 scotchets are:The most popular scotcha in the States:New York City: 1,000-plus points, including two at The Mandarin, a popular restaurant in the city.
2,000 points in Boston: 2.5, a favorite among locals and tourists.
3,000 in New Orleans: 3.5 at the iconic Toulouse Restaurant.
4,000 at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport: 4.5 at the La Quinta Hotel.
5,000, at the Kirkwood Hotels and Resorts.New York: 7,500, including one at Barclays Center for the Performing Arts.
San Francisco: 5.5 in New Jersey.
6,500 in San Diego.
Los Angeles: 8,000 on average, including a 4,000 point restaurant at La Cienega.
Las Vegas: 6.5 points in Kushner, Nevada.
Las Cruces, New Mexico: 10,000.
San Diego: 11,000 in Las Vegas.
Miami: 15,000+ points in Miami, including Pegasus Steakhouse and Caviar Lounge.
San Francisco and Denver have a few scotchet spots that don’t get the recognition they deserve.
But there’s still room to grow.
For more information on the best places to eat, see the Top 10 Restaurant Scotches article