A great rye whiskey classic with sweet vermouth and Angostura bitters.
House made mix with your choice of either spicy tequila, cilantro gin, dill and serrano gin, or scotch. The spicy tequila is the most popular while the scotch with a Laphroaig float is our favorite pair. Smoked sea salt rim and blue ball are optional.
This is my personal favorite. One of the originals coming from New Orleans with a rye whiskey base, a lil' absinthe and simple. Tradition calls for a lemon zest, though, I prefer orange- your choice. Nice and boozy.
A tasty tribute to the great Burt Reynolds. Bourbon, Cynar, Cherry Heering and house ginger syrup with a zested with a flamed grapefruit. R.I.P. Bandit!
This is a cilantro-infused gin (so tasty) with fresh cucumber juice, honey, lemon and one other goody. It's delicious!
I have seen a few different recipes for the Pimm's Cup. This is one of the most popular classics across the board that we make here. Pimm's #1, fresh lemon juice, smoked sea salt and house-made ginger beer makes the difference in this one.
Cause were not 'Putin' that Russian stuff on our menu. Same classic cocktail using the same Ukrainian vodka (Kruto) we've always used, fresh lime juice, and house-made ginger beer.
A refreshing gin classic with fresh lemon juice, sugar, soda, and garnished with a maraschino cherry.
All beers on tap are $1 off. Wells are $1 off. Spicy tequila and Strawberry rum-$4. Sweet Potato and cinnamon Irish whiskey- $5. Sweet Potato Bomb and Stiegl Bomb - $8
Originally called the Sorrel Rum Punch, Martin Cate brought a twist to a Jamaican Christmas classic. Using a Jamaican rum and combining it with some hibiscus liqueur, lime, and little sweetness, this cocktail is refreshing and perfect for a Texas winter.
An oldy but a goody. This was on our opening menu at 1919. We mixed reposado tequila, pimento liqueur, cream, ginger, chocolate bitters, then threw some cracked black pepper on top. I would describe this as a boozy, not too sweet dessert style cocktail.
One of the oldest cocktails out there, the gimlet was originally conceived by a doctor, rather than a bartender. Gin and lime juice was administered to officers of the Royal Navy to combat scurvy. Our house made lime cordial makes this boozy cocktail go down easy.
Our sweet potato and cinnamon Irish whiskey with a little ginger, fortified wine, and soda is a fantastic light sipper. Thanksgiving in a glass.
We got the idea for this cocktail from the Green Russel in Denver, CO. Go Broncos, Let's cry! We infused Suntory Toki with lemongrass and basil. Top it with soda, a lemon peel, and call it a day. The lemongrass and basil complement the Japanese whisky very well in this session cocktail.