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House Cocktails $9.


An adaptation of the ‘Favorite Cocktail’ from Drinks, (1914), by Jacques Straub

Gin, fresh mint, ginger syrup and lemon juice topped with ginger ale. Served on the rocks in a tall glass with a squeeze of lime.

Ginger Rogers

The name for this cocktail is inspired by L.B.J. and the hope for better times to come. Lord only knows, that if we’re not gonna be $#*%%!ñ in High Cotton, then we’ll soon be making this cocktail up north with Canadian whiskey!

Rittenhouse 100 proof rye, Pimm’s No. 1, Dubonnet Rouge, and dashes of Peach and Mint bitters. Stirred and served up with a mint leaf and a lemon twist.

High Cotton

This ‘Big Easy’ classic originally created by Joe Santini in the 1850’s is an arguable precursor to the Sidecar, although we think this adaptation from Here’s How (1941), by W.C. Whitfield is a bit of an improvement.

Brandy, maraschino liqueur, Cointreau, lemon juice, and angostura bitters. Shaken & served up in a sugar rimmed wine glass with a long lemon twist.


Gin, lemon juice, maraschino liqueur, & orange bitters. Shaken & served up in a cocktail glass with a brandied cherry.
A recipe from The How and When, 1938 by G. F. Marco


Goslings dark rum, Cointreau, fresh lemon-lime juice, simple syrup, a splash of orange juice and a touch of orange bitters.
Inspired by “The Havana Cocktail” taken from the The Savoy Cocktail Book by Harry Craddock, 1930.

Old Havana

Pisco, Kaffir lime leaf muddled in pepper syrup, lemon-lime juice, and a splash of grapefruit juice. Shaken & served up with sunken brandied cherries.
A Xanadoozle creation named in honor of Kurt Vonnegut’s modern classic of the same name.


A recipe created by Uncle Jack Kelleher of the Gravedigger’s Bar, Dublin, after he got hit by an early morning Guinness truck and needed a healthy elixir for his pains. Brought to these shores by the Man.

Jameson Whiskey, a whisper of ginger syrup and a touch of orange bitters. Stirred and served up with an orange twist.


A classic Absinthe cocktail from Famous New Orleans Drinks (1940), by Stanley Clisby Arthur

Rye whiskey, dashes of Peychaud bitters & a touch of sugar. Stirred & served in a cocktail glass rinsed with Absinthe, and a lemon twist.


“Like a camel I can go without a drink for seven days - and have on several horrible occasions” - Herb Caen

Verveine Velay Jaune.George Bernard Shaw . Highland Picnic Glenrothes Select Reserve Scotch. a splash of Pimm’s No. From Montmartre to Mexico City.lemon-lime and simple syrup. Limoncello. Wonderlust Bols Genever. this cocktail is a testament that the classic cocktail revolution is at hand. This combination of lost treasures showcases the beloved spirit of Oaxaca. Shaken and served up with twist of lemon. Fool’s Gold Benesin Organic Mezcal. Concocted by Dr. Creme de Violette. simple syrup. lemon juice and a dash of Absinthe. Benedictine liqueur. smoked strawberry shrub. is the perfect way to kick-off your next outdoor feast. Absinthe.Premium Cocktails $11.and a dash of Green and Yellow Chartreuse. 21 Hayes Damrak Gin muddled with cucumber. Stirred and served up with a lemon twist. Shaken and served up with a dash of Fiddlin’ Jim’s apricot bitters. and Peychaud’s bitters. fresh lemon-lime juice. and Leopold Brothers blackberry liqueur. Brandy. Nardini Amaro. This sophisticated sipper. Absinthe was THE spirit of the Belle Epoque. Angostura bitters. ginger beer and a topping of cranberry juice. Nouveau Carrè Milagro Añejo Tequila. “I’ll never go hungry again!” “Alcohol is the anesthesia by which we endure the operation of life. This is a variation of our non-alcoholic beverage “The Absinthe Lemonade” created by Marcovaldo Dionysos. Citron Lemonade Hangar One Buddha’s Hand. A great drink made all the better when someone came up with the bright idea of putting a shot of booze in it. Stirred and served up with a lemon twist. created by the Grandmaster.00 Sacred Heart La Pinta Pomegranate-Infused Tequila. Pineapple Gum. Schwartz to provide relief to those arriving at our door by way of San Francisco’s Municipal Railway.1. and a splash of lemon-lime juice. and fresh lemon juice. Stirred and served up with a lemon twist. Served up with a lime twist. Shaken and served up with a fresh cucumber slice and a cocktail onion. Lillet Blanc. Scarlett O’Hara Willett Single Barrel Bourbon. fresh lemon-lime juice. A laundry list of once forgotten ingredients. Orgeat. We offer this concoction as a modern elixir that harkens the strange and wonderful feelings that both tequila and the “green fairy” conjure Mujer Verde Hendrick’s Gin. This recipe was resurrected by our bartender “D Mexican” from his hometown in Guadalajara. ginger syrup. Shaken & Served up with a twist of lemon.” . An adaptation of the classic New Orleans cocktail the ‘Vieux Carrè’.

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