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.

7 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

Martinez Cocktail c.1884 (O.H. Byron)
gin, sweet vermouth, maraschino, orange bitters

Pegu Club Cocktail c. 1880’s (British Burma)
gin, lime, orange curacao,  bitters

Horses Neck c.1910’s (unknown)
bourbon, ginger ale, bitters, long lemon twist

Prohibition & after greats

Blinker c.1934 (Patrick Duffy)
rye whiskey, grapefruit, grenadine

el Diablo c.1946 (Victor Bergeron?)
tequila, ginger ale, lime, crème de cassis

Kir Royale c.1950’s (Felix Kir)
sparkling wine, crème de cassis

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

our bright ideas

wry
rye whiskey, Cocchi Americano

equinox
gin, lime, grenadine, soda, peach bitters

the witch
gin, Strega, celery bitters

the next pink chick drink
still top secret

not 7 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

Sazerac c.1850’s (disputed, New Orleans) 8
rye whiskey, Peychaud’s bitters, Herbsaint

Jack Rose c.1900’s (unknown)  9
apple brandy, lime, grenadine

Seelbach Cocktail c.1917 (Seelbach Hotel, KY)  9
bourbon, Cointreau, sparkling wine, bitters

Prohibition & after greats

Remember the Maine c.1933 (Charles H. Baker)  9
rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, Cherry Heering, Herbsaint

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

Unisphere c. late 1960’s (Playboy Host & Bar Book)  8
rum, lime, grenadine, Benedictine, Pernod

Cajun Martini c.1981 (Paul Pruhdomme) 8
pepper infused gin, dry vermouth, pickled okra

Bourbon Renewal c.2004 (Jeffery Morganthaler)  9
bourbon, lemon, crème de cassis, bitters

our bright ideas

5th of November  9
Bulleit bourbon, Sweet Vermouth, curacao, allspice dram

seasonal smash  8
booze, juice and fruit – trust us

midnight in Paris   8
blackberry lemon shrub, sparkling wine, lemon twist

really not 7 dollar drinks

pre-Prohibition classics

la Louisiane c.1880-1890’s (disputed, New Orleans) 12
rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, absinthe, Peychaud’s bitters

Brooklyn Cocktail c.1908 (J.A. Grohusko)  12
rye whiskey, dry vermouth, Picon, maraschino

Alaska Cocktail c.1913 (unknown)  13
old tom gin, yellow Chartreuse, orange bitters

the Last Word c.1917 (Detroit Athletic Club) 11
gin, green Chartreuse, maraschino, lime

Prohibition & after greats

Boulevardier c.1927 (Erskinne Gwynne)  9
Campari, sweet vermouth, bourbon

Red Hook c.2004 (Enzo Errico) 11
Rittenhouse rye whiskey, Punt e Mez, maraschino

Penicillin c.2005 (Sam Ross)  12
blended Scotch whisky, lemon, honey syrup, ginger, Islay Scotch whisky

our bright ideas

Jackie Brown  12
Monkey Shoulder Scotch, ginger liqueur, Picon, sparkling apple cider

heart is in Havana  11
Havana Club rum, lime, cinnamon syrup, Creme de Mure, egg white*

once upon a time in Hollywood  10
Rittenhouse rye whiskey, Caperitif, peach-mint shrub, lemon, peach bitters

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

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