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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.

8 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

Daisy pre-1850’s (unknown)

choice of spirit, lemon, orange cordial, soda

Tom Collins c. 1860’s (unknown)

Old Tom gin, lemon, sugar, soda

Japanese Cocktail c. 1862 (Jerry Thomas)

brandy, orgeat, bitters

Daquiri c. 1900 (disputed, Cuba)

rum, lime, sugar

Prohibition & after greats

Bee’s Knees c.1920’s (unknown)

gin, lemon, honey

el Diablo c.1946 (Victor Bergeron?)

tequila, ginger ale, lime, crème de cassis

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


gin, lime, grenadine, soda, peach bitters

the witch

gin, Strega, celery bitters

the next pink chick drink

still top secret

not 8 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

Knickerbocker pre-1850’s (unknown, New York)  9

gold rum, raspberry syrup, orange curacao, lime

Mamie Taylor c. 1899 (may have been Bill Sterritt) 10

Scotch Whisky, lime, ginger beer

Brooklyn Cocktail c.1908 (J.A. Grohusko)  12

rye whiskey, dry vermouth, Picon, maraschino

the last word c.1917 (Detroit Athletic Club)  12

gin, green chartreuse, maraschino, lime

Prohibition & after greats

Rattlesnake c.1930 (Savoy Hotel, Paris) 9

Canadian whisky, lemon, Herbsaint, eggwhite*

Remember the Maine c.1933 (Charles H. Baker)  10

rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, Cherry Heering Herbsaint

Mai Tai c.1944 (Victor Bergeron)  9

rums, lime, orgeat, orange curacao

Aperol Spritz  c.1950’s (unknown, Italy) 9

Aperol, sparkling wine, soda

our bright ideas

lost in Barbados  9

rum, lime, Velvet Falernum, orgeat

four rooms  10

blanco tequila, lime, amaro,

Sorrentine gimlet  9

gin, lime, limoncello

il Griffone  10

Cardamaro, Cricket Club gin, lemon

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


Alcohol may be man’s worst enemy, but the bible says to love your enemy

-Frank Sinatra