we have moved to a gratuity-included model, please read about it here

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

eggnog pre-1800’s (unknown)

rum, brandy, cream, sugar, egg yolk*

Japanese Cocktail c. 1862 (Jerry Thomas)

brandy, orgeat, bitters

Martinez Cocktail c. 1884 (O.H. Byron)

gin, sweet vermouth, maraschino, orange bitters

Chicago Fizz c. 1900’s (Unknown, Chicago)

dark rum, port, lemon, soda, egg white* 

Prohibition & after greats

old pal c.1922 (Harry’s Bar, Paris)

Canadian whiskey, dry vermouth, Campari

Brown Derby c.1930’s (Vendome Club, L.A.)

whiskey, grapefruit, honey

Lion’s Tail c.1937 ( L. A. Clarke)

bourbon, lime, Allspice Dram, bitters

Army and Navy Cocktail c.1948 (David Embury)

gin, lemon, orgeat

Rusty Nail c.1950’s (allegedly 21 Club N.Y.)

Scotch whisky, Drambuie

Long Island Ice Tea c.1970’s (Disputed, New Jersey)

vodka, gin, tequila, rum, brandy, triple sec, lemon, coke

our bright ideas

wry

rye whiskey, Cocchi Americano

equinox

gin, lime, grenadine, soda, peach bitters

de bouve

Holland gin, sweet vermouth, Averna amaro, Benedictine

the next pink chick drink

still top secret

not 8 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

Rob Roy c.1890’s (unknown)  10

Scotch whisky, sweet vermouth, orange bitters

Widow’s Kiss c.1895 (George Kappeler)  13

apple brandy, yellow Chartreuse, Benedictine

Jack Rose c.1900’s (unknown)  10

apple brandy, lime, grenadine

Seelbach Cocktail c.1917 (Seelbach Hotel, KY)  9

Old Forester bourbon, Cointreau, bitters, sparkling wine

Prohibition & after greats

Rattlesnake* c.1930 (Savoy Hotel, Paris) 9

Canadian whisky, lemon, Herbsaint, egg white

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

rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, Cherry Heering, Herbsaint

Vieux Carré c.1930’s (Walter Bergeron)  11

rye whiskey, Cognac, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, bitters

Cajun Martini c.1981 (Paul Pruhdomme)  9

pepper infused gin, vermouth, pickled okra

Bonal and Rye c.2010 (Todd Smith)  11

rye whiskey, Bonal, Cointreau, bitters

our bright ideas

Barbados in winter  9

rum, lime, Velvet Falernum, orgeat, bitters

privateer* 10

dark rum, lime, allspice dram, Demerara sugar, bitters, egg white 

5th of November  10

bourbon, sweet vermouth, curacao, Allspice Dram

Death Proof  13

brandy, sweet vermouth, nocino, mezcal, grapefruit bitters
*Consuming raw egg may increase your risk of food-borne illness.
We won’t talk of what consuming alcohol may do…

 

 

We were not a hugging people.                                                                    In terms of emotional comfort it was our belief that no amount of physical contact could match the healing powers of a well made cocktail.

-David Sedaris