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Lindemans Lambic (355 ml) 8.75
- Framboise or Peche
Chimay Red Label 7.50
NewCastle 4.25 Germany
Warsteiner Dunkel 4.25
Amstel Light 4.25
Red Stripe 4.25
Strongbow (16.9oz.) 5.75
Negra Modelo 4.25
Anchor Steam 4.25
Blue Moon 4.25
Bud Light 3.50
Coors Light 3.50 Goose Island IPA 4.25 Michelob Ultra 3.50
Miller Lite 3.50
Rogue “Dead Guy Ale” 4.75
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale 4.25
Shiner Bock 4.25
White Wines Glass/Bottle
Santa Alicia Chardonnay (unoaked) 6.00/22.00
Frisk Riesling 7.00/26.00
The “Chard” Chardonnay 9.00/34.00
Brassfield Pinot Grigio 8.00/30.00
Yali Sauvignon Blanc 7.00/26.00
A.A. Badenhorst Chenin Blanc 10.00/38.00
San Antonio Brut (split) 6.00
Zonin Prosecco (split) 7.00
Cristallino Cava (split) 8.00
Durigutti, Bonarada/Malbec blend 9.00/34.00
Arenal Carmenere 8.00/30.00
Predator Old Vine Zinfandel 10.00/38.00
TaMas, Cabernet/Sirah/Barbera blend 8.00/30.00
Leese- Fitch Cabernet Sauvignon 8.00/30.00
Chateau Pesquie, Grenache/Syrah blend 9.00/34.00
Three Degrees Pinot Noir 10.00/38.00
Ali Sangiovese Di Toscana 7.00/26.00
Alba Liza, Tempranillo/Grenacha blend 6.00/22.00
Noval Tawny 6.00
Noval Fine Ruby 6.00
rye whisky, sugar, peychaud bitters &ricard
In 1838, Antoine Amedie Peychaud, owner of a New Orleans apothecary, treated his friends to brandy toddies, including his "Peychaud's Bitters,". The toddies were made using a double-ended egg cup as a measuring cup or jigger, then known as a "coquetier" (pronounced "ko-k-tay"), from which the word "cocktail" was derived. Thus, the world's first cocktail was born!
gin, sweet vermouth, luxardo, orange bitters
Legend says this drink was named for the small California town where a gold rush miner ordered “one for the road” before heading for the hills.
rum, pineapple, luxardo, house grenadine
The Mary Pickford cocktail’s namesake was a monumental figure in the beginning of Hollywood. The petite blonde star of silent movies was known around the world as “Little Mary”.
maker’s mark, sweet vermouth &bitters
The drink was first made for Lady Randolph Churchill, Winston Churchill’s mother at the Manhattan Club in the 1870’s.
wild turkey, sweet vermouth, campari
The Boulevardier, appeared in Harry’s 1927 bar guide, Barflies and Cocktails. It was the signature drink of Erskine Gwynne, expatriate writer, socialite and nephew of railroad tycoon Alfred Vanderbilt.
pimm’s #1, orange, lemon & cucumber
James Pimm served his fruit cups in his city of London oyster bar in the early 19th century. The product was not bottled until after Pimm’s restaurant; and his secret formula; changed hands in 1880.
gin, lemon, sugar, raspberry preserves, egg white
A select group of journalists and socialites, collectively referred to as The Clover Club, gathered at the Bellevue Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia from the 1880’s through the 1920’s.
gin, applejack, lemon, house grenadine, egg white
During the prohibition era (1920-1933) the cocktail was already known. During this time it was a popular drink at the Southern Yacht Club in New Orleans, where it was offered under the name Pink Shimmy as well.