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and was the last acting mayor of Long Island City before it was incorporated into greater New York City in 1898. yet Gleason is still remembered fondly by the people of Long Island City as a friend to the common man. Ever since the day of his elevation there has been nothing but turmoil. The outraged editors of the Star-Journal noted at the time of his arrest that: “The election of a man of Gleason’s character to head and direct the affairs of an American municipality was an outrage on common decency. Rye whiskey ALL DRIN $8 KS Dry shake. (adapted from “Here’s How” by The Three Mountaineers. hundreds lined the route to his internment. Whiskey Fix ¾ oz. Garnish with a lemon wedge.” Local newspapers. by Julien J.S. Garnish with a lime wedge. fresh lime juice 2 oz.➦ After this infamous display of Gleason’s volatile temper and his passion for his constituency. Gleason’s personality was legendary. Rye whiskey Shake with ice. Proskauer. Gleason owned a trolley line under city contract along Jackson Avenue. Rye whiskey Soda water Shake with a small piece of cracked ice. He was also famous for his belligerent style of conducting civic affairs. from 1887-1892. and strain into a chilled Highball glass over a Collins spear. In October of 1890. Gleason was both naturally and notoriously corrupt. Top with soda water. and again from 1896-1897. Presbyterian (aka Cablegram) ½ oz. and pour into a chilled rocks glass over crushed ice. Gleason had spent ﬁve days in jail for assaulting a reporter. simple syrup 1 oz. and strain into a chilled coupe. Modeling himself after Boss Tweed of Manhattan’s Tammany Hall. “Battle-Axe” was subjected to a brief stay in jail where he was supplied with home-cooked supper and champagne by his loyal subjects. an Irish immigrant and Civil War veteran who was elected mayor of Long Island City. and garnish with a ginger candy. were known to refuse to publish his photograph. 1939) . He exerted his inﬂuence far and wide throughout his tenure as mayor. This was by no means a solitary brush with the law. . and every other angle of import in Long Island City. schools. The laws of the state have been deﬁed. 1 was his legacy to the community’s children). fresh lime juice ¾ oz. which loathed him. simple syrup ¾ oz. When the Long Island Railroad put a fence in front of their yards along Front Street (now 2nd Street) to block trafﬁc on the trolley line in an attempt to force the general public to purchase railroad tickets. The town has been overrun by thugs and respectable citizens have shuddered as they looked upon the reign of terror that was being inaugurated. 5-7PM ★ ALL NIGHT ON MONDAY ★ Our happy hour menu is named in honor of Patrick Jerome “Battle Axe” Gleason. 1933) HAPPY HOUR SUN. fresh lemon juice 2 oz.THURS. local businesses.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ RYE WHISKEY ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Rye shake ¾ oz. house-made ginger syrup 2 oz. Gleason and an angry mob of his supporters summarily chopped it down--thus earning him the nickname “Battle-Axe. When he died bankrupt and discredited just a few years out of ofﬁce. often beginning and ending several proliﬁc exchanges with ﬁsticuffs. and sold water to the city from his wells. leased personal property to the school district (P. eventually assuming control over the Police and Fire Department(s). (adapted from “What’ll Y Have?” A Not T Dry textbook about ou oo Cocktails.
simple syrup ¾ oz. Garnish with a lemon wedge. fresh lime juice 2 oz. and garnish with a ginger candy. Hollywood California. Havana – Cuba. Daiquiri Natural -orDaiquiri No. fresh lemon juice 2 oz. house-made ginger syrup 2 oz. There was also a nearby iron mine by the same name. $8 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★★★★★★★ VODKA ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Moscow Mule ½ oz. and strain into a chilled Highball glass over a Collins spear. and strain into a chilled coupe. Top with soda water. and garnish with a ginger candy. Garnish with a lime ALL DRIN wedge. simple syrup 1 oz. Vodka Shake with a small piece of cracked ice. Top with soda water. and strain into a chilled Highball glass over a Collins spear. 1 ¾ oz. Rum Shake with ice. Garnish with a lime wedge. The daiquiri as we know it has since evolved from a tall and stirred affair to the timeless and elegant classic that is found in reputable bars all over the world today. fresh lime juice ¾ oz. and pour into a chilled rocks glass over crushed ice.★★★★★★ (please choose between aged white rum -OR. simple syrup 1 oz. simple syrup ¾ oz. fresh lime juice ¾ oz. and pour into a chilled rocks glass over crushed ice. Rum Buck ½ oz. circa 1941) Vodka Gimlet ¾ oz. house-made ginger syrup 2 oz. (adapted from the original recipe at Bar La Florida. Vodka Dry shake. fresh lime juice 2 oz. and strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with a lemon wedge. Rum Dry shake. New York City.aged dark rum) RUM ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ALL DRIN Rum Fix KS ¾ oz. Rum Two dashes of Angostura bitters Soda water Shake with a small piece of cracked ice. $8 . circa 1942--but rumored to have been invented at the Chatham Hotel. (made famous at the Cock N’ Bull restaurant. KS Vodka Fix ¾ oz. Vodka Shake with ice. fresh lemon juice 2 oz. and it is rumored that this cocktail was christened sometime around 1900 by the manager of an American mining company who had exhausted his gin supply and subsequently opted to use rum as a substitute. 1935) The word “Daiquiri” is of Taino (or native Caribbean) origin and was originally named for a picturesque beach outside of Santiago. Cuba.
Gin 1 oz. Match Bar 2000) ICE FURNISHED EXCLUSIVELY FOR DUTCH KILLS BY: . (Abraham Hawkins.FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION ON THE ROCK CoCktails: $1 1 Don Lockwood 1oz. Bourbon 1oz. Campari ¾ oz. Maple syrup One drop of chocolate bitters Build in a rocks glass over a rock. Fresh lemon juice ¾ oz. and strain into a chilled rocks glass over a rock. Dutch Kills 2010) Enzoni 1 oz. and garnish with an orange twist. Garnish with grapes (Vincenzo Errico. Simple syrup Four-to-ﬁve grapes Shake with ice. Islay Scotch whisky ¼ oz.
or else you can download and print your own from our website: www.dutchkillsbar. and strain into a chilled 5 ½ oz. 1934) YO! Just like the preparation and service of our cocktails. Gin oz. 1930) Artist’s Special 1 oz. PLEASE DO NOT STEAL THIS MENU. and discard the twist. Cheers. Bourbon 1 oz. and strain into a chilled 5 ½ oz. a great deal of care and precision has been put forth toward the creation of this menu. You may purchase a copy from us for THREE AMERICAN DOLLARS ($3). White crème de cacao oz. (adapted from “The Artistry of Mixing Drinks” by Frank Meier. Amontillado Sherry ¾ oz. (adapted from “The Savoy Cocktail Book” by Harry Craddock. coupe. coupe. House-made grenadine Shake with ice. Spray with a lemon twist. Fresh lemon juice oz.SHAKEN. Fresh lemon juice ¾ oz. UP Twentieth Century 1 ½ ¾ ¾ ¾ oz. Lillet Blanc Shake with ice. .com.
Sweet vermouth* Stir. UP Bloody Knuckle 2 oz. coupe. Garnish with a cherry. coupe.STIRRED. Garnish with an orange twist. (adapted from “The Savoy Cocktail Book” by Harry Craddock. and strain into a chilled 5 ½ oz. Tawny Port ½ oz. Aperol ½ oz. and strain into a chilled 5 ½ oz. (Zachary Gelnaw-Rubin and Jamie Valleau. Scotch whisky 1 oz. *originally made with dry vermouth. 1930) . Rye whiskey ½ oz. Sloe gin Two dashes of orange bitters Stir. Dutch Kills 2011) Chancellor 1½ oz.
Dutch Kills 2011) . (Karin Stanley. Fresh grapefruit juice One barspoon of simple syrup Dry shake. Genever ½ oz. and swizzle. Bonded Applejack ¾ oz. and serve. Germain ½ oz. Dutch Kills 2010) Native New Yorker 1½ oz. swizzle. Fresh lemon juice 1 oz. and top with crushed ice again. St.ON CRUSHED ICE Bayflower Cocktail 1 ½ oz. (R. Grate cinnamon. Fresh lemon juice ¾ oz. Garnish with an orange wedge. and pour into a chilled highball glass. House-made orgeat Four-to-five dashes of Angostura bitters Fresh grated cinnamon Dry shake. Top with crushed ice. and pour into a chilled rocks glass over crushed ice. Rye whiskey ½ oz. Add bitters. Boccato and Karin Stanley.
and strain into a chilled highball glass over a Collins "spear". (adapted from "Esquire Drink Book" by Frederic A. Fresh lemon juice† ½oz. House-made ginger syrup* Two dashes of Angostura bitters Soda water Shake with a small piece of cracked ice.OR 1 oz.SERVED LONG Moonlight 1 ½ oz. Bonded Applejack ¾ oz. and strain into a chilled highball glass over a Collins "spear". Añejo rum 1 oz. Simple syrup Soda water Shake with a small piece of cracked ice. Milk & Honey 2004 † Originally made with lime juice . (adapted from "Jones' Complete Bar Guide" by Stan Jones. Top with soda. Garnish with an apple fan. Birmingham. 1977) *The addition of pineapple juice and ginger syrup is adapted from a recipe by Christy Pope. Fresh pineapple juice* ½oz.1956) New Orleans Buck 2 oz. Fresh orange juice . Top with soda water. Fresh lemon juice ¾ oz. and garnish with candied ginger and an orange wedge.
France) ($12 per ﬂute... These eggs have been carefully stored and are individually cracked to order ... uncooked egg white. USA). USA).$8 per glass SPARKLING: (Épernay.....$7 Smuttynose Robust Porter WINE: Red: Sella & Mosca Cannonau di Sardegna Riserva 2006 (Sardinia)..$5* *$4 during Happy Hour Doc’s Draft Hard Apple Cider (NY... Italy).. egg yolk or whole eggs may be included as an ingredient in some of our cocktails...$8 per glass White: Lagaria Pinot Grigio 2009 (Umbria... we encourage you to indulge your curiosities and surrender to our expertise — or simply instruct us to “roll your own”. $25 per 375ml bottle) Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut SPIRIT OUS AROMATIC ON THE ROCK TART CITRUSY SWEET SAVORY SOUR SPICY SHAKEN LONG STIRRED REFRESHING BARTENDER’S CHOICE As always.$6 Flying Dog “In Heat Wheat” (MD. USA). USA).....BEER: Narragansett Lager (RI.....$6 (NH. *Upon your request.
strong as a friendly hand Sugar . Bourbon ½ oz. Bourbon ½ oz.smooth as the wit of the land *Power’s or Jameson are recommended.rich as an Irish brogue Coffee . Ireland) Cream . ﬂoat cream. Steam.sweet as the tongue of a rogue Whiskey . and top with hot water. Irish whiskey* Two brown sugar cubes Espresso Sweet whipped heavy cream Hot water Combine sugar cubes and whiskey in a tempered mug. however Añejo rum. Add espresso. Dutch Kills. Steam. (Abraham Hawkins. and grate nutmeg. Tequila Reposado. Licor 43 Mulled Cider Sweet whipped heavy cream fresh grated nutmeg Combine all ingredients in a tempered mug. Honey syrup Fresh apple cider One teaspoon of house spiced butter Combine all ingredients in a tempered mug. 2009) A La Mode 1 oz. and Bourbon are also suggested as substitutes. (Karin Stanley. (adapted from the original 1942 recipe by Joseph Sheridan at Foynes Airbase in Limerick. and lightly muddle. Steam. Dutch Kills. and garnish with a mint leaf.HOT DRINKS -$11Bear Trap 1 ½ oz. Jamaican rum. and garnish with an apple fan. 2010) Irish Coffee 1 ½ oz. . ﬂoat cream.
and grate cinnamon. Honey syrup Hot water Fresh grated cinnamon *Rye or Bourbon is recommended Combine all ingredients in a tempered mug. mug.—Merriam Webster inlet extended Island City. 1914) considers the name to indicate a bears’ water place. Rye whiskey. 1922 DU TC H KIL LS ST.Hot Toddy 1 ½ oz. creek. grated in place 1669: in Delaware.” -Reginald Pelham Bolton. Steam. Brooklyn Daily Eagle Armbruster columnist. This . Hot Buttered Rum 1 ½ oz. spirit of choice* Fresh apple cider Allspice Cinnamon Clove Lemon zest *Añejo rum. and thinks that this was indication of Canarsee (Indian) ownership. Steam. Garnish with a lemon wedge. Añejo rum* ¾ oz. Steam. and garnish with an apple fan. Combine all ingredients in a tempered mug. and L. *Spiced rum is also recommended “Canapaukah. Bourbon. Indian Paths in the Great Metropolis. nutmeg FreshUsed chieflyDutch kil. Applejack. was later known as Dutch Kills. and Cognac are recommended.nameschannel. spiced rum. Combinebeingin to the heart of Long the Queensits source all ingredients into tempered near the approach a boro bridge at Rapelye and Freeman avenues. water place. Mulled Cider 1 ½ oz. Honey syrup One teaspoon of house spiced butter Hot water kill(s) [noun].. Fresh lemon juice ½ oz. which seems to indicate a shut-in Pennsylvania. and New York. Whiskey* ½ oz.(Eugenegrate nutmeg.
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