Cocktails

TOM COLLINS
Ransom Old Tom - Lemon - Soda
Light & Refreshing  $11
*Tito’s & Bulleit make good alternatives
Jerry Thomas, 1876

MOJITO
Bacardi - Mint - Lime - Soda
Light & Refreshing $11
Havana Cuba, 1650

RAMOS GIN FIZZ
Originally known as the New Orleans Fizz, this refreshing classic is a combination of Bombay Sapphire, lemon, lime, heavy cream, sugar, orange flower water, and an egg white. This cocktail, invented in 1888 at the Imperial Cabinet Saloon, was traditionally shaken for 12 minutes and topped with soda to achieve a light and airy texture. $14

CLOVER CLUB
City of London Gin - Raspberry - Lemon - Egg White
Velvety & refreshing $10
Philadelphia, 1896



WHISKEY(BOSTON) SOUR*
Old Grandad BIB - Dem - Lemon - Egg White
Velvety & refreshing $10
Philadelphia, 1896

MINT JULEP
The Mint Julep was originally invented in the Southern USA in the 1800’s, this simple cocktail is a combination of bourbon sugar and mint over pebble ice, perfect for a hot day because of how quickly the ice melts. In 1938 the Mint Julep became the official cocktail of the Kentucky Derby, which is what it is most famous for today. 120,000 Mint Juleps are enjoyed during each Kentucky Derby on average. We make ours the same way they would, to be enjoyed at the derby, with Old Forester. $10

THE HIDDEN HOUSE MARTINI
Commerce Gin - Dry Vermouth - Orange Bitters - Lemon Oil
Crisp & Elegant $12
USA, Late 1800’s



MANHATTAN
Old Forester Rye - Sweet Vermouth - Aromatic Bitters
Orange Oils - Cherry
Smooth & Balanced $12
New York, 1870s

OLD FASHIONED
Old Forester Bourbon or Rye - Demerara - Bitters Citrus Oil
Bold & Savory $10
James E. Pepper USA, 1880

SAZERAC
The Sazerac cocktail was born in 1838 when Antoine Amedie Peychaud, a New Orleans apothecary, mixed cognac with his proprietary Peychaud bitters. In the 1850s, the drink was the signature drink of the Sazerac Coffee House in New Orleans where it received its name and became the first "branded" cocktail. The Sazerac was later made with rye after cognac was less available in the late 1800’s. Ours is made using Bulleit Rye, Peychaud’s and Absinthe. $12



FRENCH 75
Ransom Old Tom - Lemon - Sparkling Wine
Light & Refreshing $9
Paris, 1915

CORPSE REVIVER NO. 2
Commerce - Dry Curacao - Lillet Blanc - Lemon
Absinthe - Lemon Oils
Tart & Lively $11
Savoy Cocktail Book London, 1930s

SIDECAR
C&K Brandy - Dry Curacao - Lemon - Orange Oils
Bright & Vibrant $11
London or Paris, 1922

LAST WORD
Gin - Green Chartreuse - Maraschino - Lime
Bright & Complex $14
Detroit Athletic Club, 1916

SOUTHSIDE
A drink with several origin stories, most notably that the drink was created to cover the rough finish of the gin being imported by Al Capone’s Southside Gang in Chicago during prohibition. The cocktail is a relative of the Daiquiri, however it’s made with gin as well as the addition of mint. $9
*Also try the Daiquiri, Gimlet & the Southside Fizz*



MARGARITA
Arette - Dry Curacao - LimeTart & Refreshing $10
*+1 Milagro Reposado or Del Amigo Mezcal
+2 Espolón Añejo
Mexico, 1938

AVIATION
Bombay Sapphire - Maraschino - Creme de Violette - Lemon
Tart & Floral $12
New York, 1916

PISCO SOUR
The Pisco Sour is a world famous drink associated with Peru. First created in the 1920s in Lima, Peru by an American bartender named Victor Vaughn Morris. The Cocktail features Pisco, a Peruvian brandy, paired with lemon, sugar, & egg white to help the ingredients balance together & is finished with an Angostura design. The frothy cocktail is famously enjoyed in Peru & has been tied into its history as the national drink of Peru. $11



BROOKLYN
Old Forester Rye - Dry Vermouth - Maraschino
Amer - Bitters - Orange Oils
Smooth & Elegant $11
New York, 1909

VIEUX CARRE
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Old Forester Rye - C&K Brandy - Sweet Vermouth
Benedictine - Bitters
Bold & Complex $11
New Orleans, 1938

NEGRONI

The Negroni has been an Italian favorite since its creation in 1919. Made of equal parts Commerce gin, Campari, & sweet Vermouth, this complex, bitter-sweet cocktail has found itself on many cocktail menus around the world for over a century. Many other versions of this drink exist such as its predecessor, the Americano. Made with soda water inplace of gin, the Sbagliato which uses sparkling wine, the Boulevardier which swaps the gin for bourbon (Bulleit) or the White Negroni, which uses Bianco Vermouth & Gentian Liqueur inplace of Campari. $12



PALOMA
The Paloma is the most popular cocktail in Mexico. Known as the poor man’s Margarita, you would most commonly see a bottle of Tequila, Grapefruit soda & lime on the table. Our Paloma is served with Arette blanco, half a lime, a chili salt rim, & a whole bottle of Squirt. $11
*+1 Milagro Reposado or Del Amigo Mezcal
+2 Espolón Añejo


DARK & STORMY
Skipper Dark - Lime - Ginger Beer
Spicy & Refreshing $11
Bermuda, 1920

VESPER
Bombay Sapphire - Kettle One - Lillet Blanc - Lemon Oils
Shaken not Stirred - 007 Approved $12
James Bond, 1953




HEMINGWAY DAIQUIRI
Royal Standard - Maraschino - Demerara - Lime - Grapefruit Light & Citrusy $10
Cuba, 1930s

MAI TAI (TRADER VIC'S)
HH Rum Blend - Dry Curacao - Orgeat - Lime
Strong & Fruity $11
Oakland, CA, 1944

SATURN
Commerce - Falernum - Passion Fruit - Orgeat - Lime
Dry & Tropical $11
California, 1967

THREE DOTS & A DASH
Invented by The Godfather of tiki himself, Donn Beach, of Don the Beachcomber. Donn Beach was a WWII veteran & named this cocktail after Morse code for “victory”. Comprised of our Hidden House rum blend, Falernum, Allspice Dram, honey, orange juice, lime, & bitters. This cocktail has a well deserved place on tiki menus around the world. $11


JUNGLE BIRD
Skipper Dark - Campari - Lime - Pineapple
Tropical & Bitter $11
Malaysia, 1970s

ZOMBIE
Royal Standard - Wray & Nephew - Hamilton 151 - Falernum
Don’s Mix - Grenadine - Lime - Bitters - Absinthe
Strong & Citrusy $16
California (Donn Beach), 1934
*LIMIT TWO

HURRICANE
HH Rum Blend - Wray & Nephew - Hamilton 151
Passion Fruit - Lemon
Strong & Tropical $20
New Orleans, 1940s
* LIMIT ONE

IRISH COFFEE
The Irish Coffee was brought to America in 1952 to the now famous Buena Vista Cafe in San Francisco where it was perfected. Before this, the cocktail was invented in 1943 near Shannon Airport in Ireland. The importance to this cocktail comes from the balance that is achieved between sweet hot coffee, cold whipped cream, & smooth Irish Whiskey. Because Phoenix is so hot, try it with Peixoto cold brew for 1 dollar more. $10





LEMONDROP
Kettle One Citroen - Dry Curacao - Lemon - Sugar
Sweet & Citrusy $10
San Francisco, 1970s

COSMOPOLITAN
Dale DeGroff is known as the father of modern mixology, which he credits to the Cosmopolitan. The Cosmo kick started the craft cocktail resurgence in the 90’s. The Cosmo’s success is widely attributed to Madonna being seen drinking one at the Rainbow Room in New York & the show “Sex & the City”, which made this the drink of the 90’s. Made with Kettle One Citron, Dry Curacao, cranberry, & lime juice with a flamed orange for its aromatic qualities. This light & refreshing martini is still enjoyed as a favorite today. $12

LONG ISLAND ICED TEA
Vodka - Gin - Tequila - Rum - Dry Curacao - Lemon - Coke
For all the “new” drinkers in the world $10
New York, 1972



BRAMBLE
City of London Gin - Creme de Mure - Lemon
Light & Fruity $10
England, 1980s

PAPER PLANE
Bulleit Bourbon - Aperol - Meletti - Lemon
Citrusy & Complex $12
New York, 2000s

PENICILLIN
The Penicillin was created by New York bartender Sam Ross in 2005 at Milk & Honey in New York. The cocktail takes the soothing flavors of honey, lemon juice, & fresh ginger, & combines them with Bank Note Peated Scotch Whisky & the addition of a Laphroaig rinsed glass. This cocktail is one of the most riffed drinks in the modern cocktail world & for good reason. $10

CHARTREUSE SWIZZLE
Green Chartreuse - Falernum - Pineapple
Lime - Nutmeg
Tropical & Herbal $16
San Francisco, 2003




Strawberry Daiquiri
Bacardi - Strawberry - Lime
Frosty & Delicious $11
New Orleans, 1990s (probably)

FRENCH INTERVENTION
The French Intervention was created by Amy Stewart & introduced in her 2013 book “Drunken Botanist”. This cocktail takes Milagro Reposado, Lillet Blanc, Green Chartreuse, orange bitters, & finishes it off with a grapefruit twist. The French Intervention was created to best represent the flavours found in Blue Weber Agave. $12

GREENPOINT
Rittenhouse - Yellow Chartreuse - Sweet Vermouth - Bitters
Bold & Herbal $14
New York, 2008

RED HOOK
Rittenhouse - Punt e Mes - Maraschino
Bold & Bittersweet $12
New York, 2003





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