We strive to be as historically accurate with our cocktails as we can be, so some drinks may be a little different than what you are used to getting.
Please feel free to ask us about differences.

6 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

Daisy pre-1850’s (unknown)
your choice of spirit, orange cordial, lemon, soda

Martinez Cocktail c. 1887 (Jerry Thomas)
gin, sweet vermouth, maraschino, orange bitters

Daiquiri c. 1900’s (disputed, Santiago de Cuba
rum, lime, sugar

Aviation Cocktail c.1916 (Hugo Ensslin)
gin, lemon, crème de violet, maraschino

Prohibition & after greats

Scofflaw c.1924 (Jock, Harry’s Bar, Paris)
Canadian whisky, dry vermouth, lemon, grenadine, orange bitters

Brown Derby c.1930’s (the Vendome Club, L.A.)
whiskey, grapefruit, honey

Army and Navy Cocktail c.1948 (David Embury)
gin, lemon, orgeat

Long Island Ice Tea c.1970’s (Disputed, New Jersey)
vodka, gin, tequila, rum, brandy, Citronge, lemon, coke

our bright ideas

rye whiskey, Cocchi Americano

the witch
gin, Strega, celery bitters

lost in Barbados
rum, Velvet Falernum, orgeat, lime

that pink chick drink
top secret

not 6 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

Pimm’s Cup c.1840’s (James Pimm)  7
Pimms No. 1, lemonade, sparkling water, cucmber and fruit

Sazerac c.1850’s (Disputed, New Orleans) 7
rye whiskey, Peychaud’s bitters, Herbsaint

Mamie Taylor c.1899 (may have been Bill Sterritt) 8
Scotch whisky, lime, ginger beer

Prohibition & after greats

French 75 c.1915-1930 (disputed, Paris)  8
gin, lemon, sparkling wine

Lions Tail c.1937 (L.A. Clarke) 8
bourbon, lime, allspice dram, bitters

Moscow Mule c.1941 (John Martin & Jack Morgan) 7
Smirnoff vodka, Cock’n’Bull ginger beer, lime

Mai Tai c. 1944 (Victor Bergeron) 8
rums, lime, orgeat, orange curacao

Cajun Martini c.1981 (Paul Pruhdomme) 7
pepper infused gin, dry vermouth, pickled okra

our bright ideas

sorrentine gimlet  7
gin, limoncello, lime

Jalisco smash 8
blanco tequila, lime, strawberries

il Grifone 7
Cardamaro, Cricket Club gin, lemon

Something to think about 8
Beefeater 24, apricot liqueur, sparkling wine, orange bitters

really not 6 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

Bijou c.1900 (Harry Johnson) 10
Plymouth gin, sweet vermouth, green chartreuse

Brooklyn c.1908 (J.A. Grohusko) 10
rye whiskey, dry vermouth, Picon, maraschino

the last word c.1917 popularized 1920’s (Detroit Athletic Club) 10
gin, green chartreuse, maraschino, lime

Prohibition & after greats

Champs Élysées c.1930 (Savoy Cocktail Book) 9
Cognac, Chartreuse, lemon, bitters

Vieux Carre c.1930’s (Walter Bergeron) 8
rye whiskey, cognac, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, bitters

Growing Old and Dying Happy is a Hope, Not an Inevitability c.2009 (Maks Pazuniak)  9
Cynar, Rittenhouse rye whiskey, Herbsaint, salt

our bright ideas

thyme to ride  11
Elk Rider rye whiskey, lemon, Farigoule, egg white*

a working title  10
Hopka hop liqueur, Limoncello, Suze, lemon

the butterfly effect 12
the Botanist gin, strawberry-rhubarb shrub

Taylormade 12
Batavia Arrack, Crème de Mure, rice vinegar, lemon, spices

*Consuming raw egg may increase your risk of food-borne illness.We won’t talk of what consuming alcohol may do…

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