Atop of the Barstool
Joining our creative resources and working with clients to highlight the many facets of the industry through our own platform became a way to pinpoint the dedication and insight of the liquor industry in an approachable and enticing manner. Focusing mostly on content creation, over the last few years we’ve expanded from an online publication into a full-service creative agency producing a vast array of media services such as product and event photography, copywriting services, web design, and much more.
Lets work together!
Our team of innovative professionals are here to collaborate with you to help you represent the true essence of your bar, restaurant, brand or event. After all, we've found that through our own journey, the best way to give back to the industry is by creating the best quality of content to showcase our passions and yours too.
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Shots with Robiee
Robiee Ziegler grew up in Las Vegas, NV and was always one to be steadfast in her endeavors. Committing solely to her passion and talent for photography, Robiee moved out to Los Angeles at the ripe age of 18 to study photography at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. She has since relocated to West Hollywood where she breathes creativity as a professional photographer and producer. Robiee is an active pizza enthusiast, air-guitar veteran, and loves a good night out. You can usually catch her with a Mezcal based concoction in hand, camera around her neck, and good times all around.
Liquor lingo With Dakota
An avid writer and enthusiast of anything oddball, as a Las Vegas native, Dakota was thrust into the service industry early on in her teen years which eventually led to her place behind the stick. Working as an enthusiastic freelance writer, a particular niche was developed for writing about something so dear to her, a good cocktail. Dakota became co-founder of Cocktail of Two Cities to absorb and spread the knowledge she seeks so fiercely. That of her favorite industry. Cheers!
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