DuNord Fitzgerald Gin, House Made Sour, Angostura Bitters, Lemon Twist $12
F. Scott Fitzgerald was known to drink gin as he insisted you could not detect it on the breath. It was a drink instrumental in the revival of the American bar scene and served in the Rainbow Room in New York.
Koval Ginger, Bittercube Blackstrap Bitters, Prosecco, Lime Twist, House Candied Ginger $12
Zelda is our twist on a classic champagne cocktail and has the flavor profiles of a dark and stormy. In The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald wrote that Gatsby could see the green light from across the lake where Daisy Buchanan, who’s character was inspired by Zelda resided, which is why ours has a lime twist.
Border Bourbon, Commodore Crème De Cacao, Tattersall Sour Cherry $13
The Commodore was a recipe written in honor of the hotel, which was a popular spot for dining and dancing when it opened in the 1920’s. Topped off with a chocolate covered cherry.
Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth, Spritz of Lagavulin 16yr Scotch, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice $13
Blood and Sand
Cedar Ridge Single Malt Whiskey, Eleven Wells Cherry Liqueur,
Created in London and named for Rudolph Valentino's 1922 bullfighter silent film "Blood and Sand", this is definitely a long forgotten prohibition-era cocktail.
Prairie Cucumber Vodka, Aperol, Art in the Age Rhubarb Liqueur, Sour, Salt and Pepper Tincture $12
The Last Bradford
The Bradford was once the most popular watermelon the deep south has ever produced. It was so coveted, 19th century growers used poison or electrocuting wires to thwart potential thieves, or simply stood guard with guns in the thick of night. This cocktail was inspired by the luscious flavors of this forgotten watermelon.
Cedar Ridge Apple Brandy, 5 Lemon Ginger Liqueur, Fresh Lemon, Smoked Bourbon Sugar $12
Named after the motorcycle attachment, the sidecar dates back to around the end of WW1. The Ritz hotel in Paris claims the origin of the drink with the first recipe appearing in 1922.