House Specialty Cocktails
The Boz $6.50
Vodka, triple sec, lemon juice, simple syrup, club soda, on the rocks with a sugared rim.
Butler Miller $7.50
Vodka, Chambord raspberry liqueur, fresh lime juice and a little syrup, on the rocks.
Cherokee St. Margarita $7.50
Our take on the classic with tequila, Agavero (anejo tequila liqueur flavored with Damiana flowers), lime juice, sugar/salt rim, on the rocks.
Jersey Ginger $6.50
Strongbow cider spiked with a bit of Big O ginger liqueur and peach bitters, on the rocks.
The Mr. Smith $7
Gin, ginger beer, lime juice and house-made mint syrup, on the rocks.
Pomegranate Punch $7
Pomegranate vodka, triple sec, club soda, simple syrup, with splashes of lemon and cranberry juice, on the rocks.
The River des Peres $7
Our extra dirty vodka Martini with kalamata and green olive brine, served up.
The Royale $7
Our house Martini – 4:1 with Tanqueray gin, dry vermouth and a splash of olive brine.
The Subcontinental $8
Bombay Sapphire gin, fresh house-made cucumber juice, Cointreau and a splash of lime, on the rocks. Our most popular drink.
Baden Gimlet $7.50
Gin, lime juice, and simple syrup, up.
Bevo Old-Fashioned $7
Traditional formula with a sugar cube muddled in aromatic bitters, bourbon, ice and lemon peel. There is no orange or cherry in this drink.
Carondelet Sazerac $8.50
Our sister city’s venerable cocktail: sugar cube muddled in Peychaud’s bitters, aged rye whiskey, and a genuine absinthe rinse.
Champagne Cocktail $8
Champagne atop a sugar cube doused in Angostura bitters…endless sweet and spicy bubbles.
Holly Hills Daiquiri $7
Hemingway style, sugar-free. Cuban-style light rum and lime juice with a bit of grapefruit and Luxardo maraschino, up.
Lafayette Sidecar $8.50
Martell VSOP cognac, Cointreau, and lemon juice, up. This keystone cocktail is a delightful, tart and refreshing tipple that everyone should experience at least once.
Midtowner Manhattan $8
Maker’s Mark bourbon, Dolin red vermouth, Angostura bitters – up or on the rocks.
New Deal Martini $6.50
A wet Martini in pre-Prohibition style. Plymouth gin, Dolin dry vermouth, orange bitters and a lemon twist. Try one and taste why the Martini became popular in the first place.
Rye Manhattan $8
Old east coast style, with rye whiskey, sweet vermouth and orange bitters, up or on the rocks.
As preferred by Chicago gangsters during Prohibition: gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, up.
Staff Favorite Cocktails
Apple Buck $6
Applejack brandy, a splash of lemon juice, and ginger beer, on the rocks.
Corpse Reviver no. 2 $8
Plymouth gin, Lillet Blanc, Cointreau, and lemon juice with a whisper of absinthe, up.
The Daisy $6.50
Choose your spirit: Brandy Daisy, Gin Daisy, Rum Daisy, Whiskey Daisy, or Vodka Daisy – mixed with lime and lemon juices, pomegranate syrup, and club soda, on the rocks.
Dark and Stormy $6.50
Gosling’s Black Seal rum and spicy Bermuda ginger beer, on the rocks. Served in island style with the rum floating on top.
Kiss in the Dark $7.50
Gin, Heering cherry liqueur, dry vermouth and a cherry, up.
Count Negroni felt the Americano didn’t have enough oomph, so he brought the noise by adding gin to the formula and created a true classic: equal parts Beefeater gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth with an orange twist, up.
Pegu Club $8
Plymouth gin, Grand Marnier, lime juice, Angostura and orange bitters, up. As served at the British Officers’ club of the same name in present-day Myanmar.
Really Rye Old-Fashioned $8
An old-school old-fashioned (rye, old-fashioned bitters, sugar cube, lemon peel) mixed with Bulleit 95 Rye whiskey. A natural for the ur-Cocktail treatment, booze-alicious!
Suffering Bastard $8
It came from Cairo, circa WWII: cognac, gin, lime juice, ginger beer, Angostura, mint, on the rocks and tall.