Chi 4.0 – Hendrick’s gin, St Germaine, lime and Poiré Domfront sparkling pear cider
Hot Date – Jujube preserves, bourbon, cayenne and lemon
Pomegranate Love Child– Vodka, pomegranate, ginger and lime
Little Red Corvette– Mudded basil, tequila, agave, lime and hibiscus
Asian Sangria- Red wine, brandy, citrus, hibiscus, lychee and ginger
Winston Cup– Catdaddy Carolina moonshine, ginger-lemon soda and lychee tea
That Thing Yuzu – Whiskey and housemade yuzu sour
Bangkok Fever- Thai-chili infused reposado tequila, passionfruit and cinnamon salt
Classic Cocktails Remixed
Better Than Perfect Manhattan- Bulleit Rye, Lillet and Carpano Antica
Aviation- Plymouth gin, Crème Yvette and Lillet Rosé
Typhoon- Kraken black rum, ginger, lime, Bittermen’s Tiki bitters and Cava
Vesper Resurrected- Beefeaters, vodka, Cocchi Americano and a lemon twist
Martin Miller’s gin and Fever Tree tonic- Kinda like a drink and a half
Sake Bottle 2oz.
-Handcrafted by deeply committed artisan producers, these will change the way you think about sake. If our wines were as singular and fanatically made, they’d all cost over $100/bottle.
Gekkeikan Nigori (Unfiltered) 300ml
-Creamy with enticing flavors of spun sugar and figs.
Divine Droplets Junmai Daigingo 300ml
-Painstakingly crafted and profoundly elegant.
Minogawa Koshino Omachi (Niigata) 180ml
-A gorgeously aromatic elixir made from the world’s most expensive rice.
Okunomatsu Junmai Daigingo Sparkling Sake 290ml
–Bright and fruity with just a touch of sweetness.
Brooklyn Brewery Sorachi Ace on draft (Brooklyn, NY) -Classic Saison featuring the rare Sorachi Ace hop. Completely refreshing.
Amstel Light (Amsterdam, Netherlands) -Light, crisp, refreshing. Basically why you drink light beer.
Fullsail Session Lager (Portland, Oregon)
-A bright, crisp, craft beer version of the easy drinking lagers often paired with Asian food.
North Coast Scrimshaw Pilsner (Fort Bragg, California)
-A finely crafted, well balanced beer that’s usually what I want when I’m thirsty.
Unibroue Blanche de Chambly (Quebec, Canada) -Wonderful texture, exotic flavors. This is a great beer with food.
Hitachino Nest White Ale (Japan) -Warm and ripe with fine bubbles and a finish redolent of spice and citrus.
Duvel Golden Ale (Belgium) -Classic and great with food. Smooth, crisp and satisfying. (8.5%)
Westmalle Abbey Trappist Ale Tripel (Belgium)
-The mother of all tripels. Complex with a fruity aroma and nuanced hop scent. (9.5%)
Highland Gaelic Ale (Asheville, North Carolina) -Frighteningly easy to drink. Smooth malt and just a touch of bitter.
Peak Organic IPA (Portland, Maine) -A really nicely balanced IPA and a staff favorite.
Hitachino Red Rice Ale (Japan) -Very pretty red color and bright, refreshing flavors. Deliciously unique.
Victory Golden Monkey Ale (Dowingtown, Pennsylvania)
-I feel I owe you all an apology for waiting so long to put this on the list. (9.5%)
Ska Brewing Co. Decadent Imperial IPA (Durango, Colorado) 22oz
-This is big boy right here. Delicious, balanced, and full of booze (10%)
Founders Porter (Grand Rapids, Michigan) -Very smooth with subtle flavors of coffee and toasted bread. (6.5%)
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout (Brooklyn, NY) -Deep, rich, satisfying and among the best values in Imperial Stouts.
We’ve added a great selection of more esoteric brews. Ask your server for the beer reserve list!
Lurisia water (still or sparkling)1 liter
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Gingerale, Abita Root Beer (12oz bottle)
Unsweetened iced tea, Ginger lemonade, Iced Vietnamese coffee