A Cuban favorite with Bacardi, fresh mint and lime juice, topped with soda or Sprite. Can also be made with Strawberry, Pineapple & Mango puree
For a fruity twist add puree, juice, or fruit syrup to Whiskey, Gin or Barcardi, lime juice & Ginger Beer. Available w/ pear, green apple, watermelon, strawberry, pineapple, peach, apple cider or Paradise (w/Malibu, Peachtree & Cranberry)
One of the most popular tequila-based drinks in Mexico with Milagro Silver tequila, fresh lime and grapefruit juice, agave nectar, topped with Fresca, and finished with a Tajin rim.
Front (bourbon whiskey), Back (vodka), or Side (gin); you decide where you want to sit and sip
A tart treat that will add some spice to your life with Olmeca Altos or your choice of tequila or mezcal, Triiple Sec, Gran Marnier, or Cointreau, fresh lime juices with pulp, agave nectar, and a salt, sugar or a tajin rim. Available w/ pineapple, mango strawberry, watermelon (add Jalapeno for a spicy kick.
You will feel the sun on your face drinking this Caribbean special made with Malibu coconut rum, Midori melon liqueur, pineapple juice, sweet‘n’sour, a splash of sprite, and topped with a cherry.
Its rum lime juice, simple syrup, pineapple juice and cream of coconut with some fresh strawberries.
Created towards the end of World War I, this classic cognac cocktail is beautifully made with Hennessey Privilege cognac, Cointreau, fresh lemon, a dash of agave nectar, and finished with a sugar rim.
A product of the 19th century, this classic cocktail is fittingly made with Buffalo Trace Bourbon, a blood orange, Luxardo cherry syrup, sugar cube, and a couple dashes of Orange bitters.
Our house made Bloody Mary is for the truly adventurous with Tito's vodka, a Tajin rim, and the rest is our secret. Don't forget to let the server know if you want it mild or medium heat, and we'll take it easy on you. Substitute tequila for a Bloody Maria.
From the height of Prohibition, this 1927 classic features River Rose gin, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, Domaine Ste, Michelle champagne, and a lemon twist
Invented by Ian Fleming in the 1953 James Bond novel Casino Royale, this classic has stood test of time. So to pay homage, we are introducing The Botanist gin, an artisanal Islay, Scotland made gin with 31 botanicals, mixed with Wheatley Vodka from Buffalo Trace Distillery, a touch of Lillet blanc aperitif, and a lemon twist.
Named after the Italian Count Camillo Negroni, who was the inspiration for the namesake cocktail while visiting the Cassoni Café in Florence (1919), this overseas classic is lovingly made with an American twist for added complexity. Built over ice, and lightly stirred with Ryan Reynold’s Aviation American gin, Campari, Dolin Vermouth Rouge, and a heated orange peel.
Named after one of the five boroughs of New York City, our Manhattan is made with Woodford Reserve, Dolin Vermouth Rouge, a dash of Angostura bitters, and a cherry.
No need for Vermouth, when you have a generous pour of Belvedere Vodka, chilled to perfection. Olive or twist?
Out of 1920’s Paris, The Boulevardier is loosely translated as “a man-about-town,” created by Erskine Gwynne the publisher of “Boulevardier,” a magazine written for expats living in Paris at the time. Selected for its higher rye mash bill, Basil Hayden bourbon provides an especially sophisticated collaboration with Campari, and Dolin Vermouth Rouge that is undeniable.