Our menu strives to be both familiar and new. We source ingredients from suppliers across the country, including Sonoma Syrup Co., Bittermilk Cocktail Mixer Compounds, and Hella Bitters. The citrus is freshly squeezed, the mixers are properly portioned. Just mix and enjoy.
This cocktail was created for sailors as a way to prevent scurvy. This is a variation on the classic with vodka instead of gin.
The gin & tonic is dry, bubbly, and served on the rocks. It's balanced and should find most its flavor in the subtleties of the gin itself.
The Cosmopolitan mixes citrus and raspberry syrup with vodka to form a fruity, spirit-forward cocktail. It's pretty in pink, but definitely sneaks a buzz.
The daiquiri is a drink that perfectly embodies its base spirit with a minimalist recipe. We omit the fake berry corn syrups and the trip through the blender. A daiquiri is freshest with rum, lime juice, and simple syrup, shaken and served straight.
The mojito has its origins in Cuba, where farmers had access to cheap rum, mint, lime, and sugar. They eventually discovered that the only way to make the cheap rum taste better was to mix it with the other ingredients. Shortly thereafter, the mojito spiked in popularity throughout Cuba and eventually made its way to other parts of the world. Who knew a drink as good as this one could come from a disgruntled farmer!
The Bee's Knees is a sweet gin drink whose recipe and embarrassingly old name dates back to the 1920s. Our signature version introduces a hint of lavender for a floral note. It's the cat's pajamas.
The Moscow Mule is crisp and spicy, mixing the tang of lime juice with the bite of ginger beer. It's best enjoyed as a summertime drink in a cold copper mug, with your best comrades by your side, singing praise to Great Lenin and our Soviet motherland.
The standard margarita blends citrus and a kick of tequila in a salt-rimmed martini glass. Our version substitutes fresh-squeezed orange juice for cointreau because we feel it delivers a crisper flavor.
The gimlet is zesty and spirit-forward. We offer both gin and vodka varieties.
The mimosa is a fruity and socially acceptable excuse to drink on a Sunday morning. Basic bitches love it, and so can you!
The Bloody Mary is a delicious anomaly. It's spicy, it's savory. You drink it in the morning. It's the kitchen sink of cocktails and it cures your hangover. We start you off with vodka, lemons, and Sonoma Syrup Co.'s Bloody Mary Mix, containing tomato paste, olive brine, horseradish, and a host of spices. But feel free to toss whatever you want in there. Make it your own, make it ridiculous.
This drink first appeared in Jerry Thomas's bartending book in the late 1800's. A cross between a mint julep and a whiskey sour, this icy cold drink is perfect for a hot summer day.
The Whiskey Sour is a descendent of the original Sour, which was developed to keep sailor crews from catching scurvy and other diseases at sea in the late 1800's. It's a "back to the basics" drink that incorporates three ingredients: spirit, sugar, and citrus. By all means, the Whiskey Sour is a classic and simple way to enjoy a spirit.
The mint julep is a fine southern bevvy that can only be consumed while wearing a giant, floppy hat. It's the drink of choice at the Run for the Roses, the "most exciting two minutes in sports", the Kentucky Derby. It's sweet, minty, and chilled with a heaping scoop of crushed ice.
Our version of the Old Fashioned is unmistakable: bourbon, bitters, simple syrup, and a touch of orange. There's nothing to tweak. It's timeless.
The strength of this golden-yellow wine is immediately pleasing to the nose while its complexity explodes on the palate. The initial notes of fruit are followed by more discreet aromas of brioche and vanilla when the wine is allowed to age in the bottle.
A suggestion of sweetness with honeysuckle and floral notes on the nose rounds out this wine’s bright, deeply fruity character. Aromas of fig, melon, peach, cantaloupe, pear and lemon zest lead to rich mineral notes and a clean finish.
Francis Ford Coppola's signature red wine, layered with flavors of blackberry, cassis and roasted espresso. The Claret is a Cabernet Sauvignon-based wine, blended in the classic Bordeaux style.
A vibrant California Merlot, displaying luscious plum and red raspberry flavors. This wine is sourced from the same core of Merlot grape-growers since premiere vintage in 1997.
The Brut Classic consistently expresses a signature flavor profile of apple, pear and citrus flavors with a hint of spice that leads to a soft, dry finish.
The 2013 J. Lohr Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon is showing exceptionally dark color with a bright hue at release. Intense fruit aromas of black cherry, plum and blueberry are accented by a barrel bouquet of hazelnut, dark chocolate and toasted pastry. Sturdy tannins strike the palate and finish with the hightoned fruit signature that typifies the Paso Robles appellation.
This pinot noir offers aromas of strawberry, roses, and vanilla and tasting notes of cherry and raspberry. It's a light ruby wine with a well balanced finish.
Robert Mondavi Private Selection Cabernet Sauvignon.
Stella's signature light Belgian pilsner. 6 bottles per pack.
The most refreshingly diluted beer. Great for beer pong. 30 cans in a pack.
A premium Stella cider made with hand-picked apples. 6 bottles in a pack.
Belgian-style wheat ale. 6 bottles per pack.
Fat Tire's New Belgium amber ale. 6 bottles per pack.
Take it to the beach. Put a lime wedge in there. We don't care. It's Corona.
A popular and smooth India Pale Ale. 6 bottles per pack.
Russet in color, with rich oaky aromas. The taste is exceptionally smooth, with hints of vanilla, honey, and spice. Finish is crisp and clean, with long, lingering flavors.
Tanqueray gin is made using whole citrus fruit, including white grapefruit, lime, and orange, along with juniper, coriander, and a hint of chamomile flowers. All these fresh ingredients give the gin a unique, full-bodied character and citrus undertone.
High rye content gives this bourbon a bold, spicy character with a distinctively smooth, clean finish. Kentucky limestone-filtered water provides a foundation for its character, while charred American oak barrels lend a smoky backbone.
Olmeca Altos describes this tequila's aroma as slightly citric and sweet with herbal notes of cooked agave. As a silver tequila, it is not aged but rather bottled right after distillation.
This tequila tastes of sweet citrus, complemented by cooked agave, vanilla and woody notes. It is aged for 6-8 months in white American oak ex-Bourbon casks.
Bacardi Superior Rum is developed in white oak barrels and shaped through a secret blend of charcoal for a distinctive smoothness, eliciting notes of vanilla and almond.
Tito’s vodka is distilled in a pot still, which is quite labor intensive and rare for vodka distillation. The result, however, is an impressively smooth spirit with a sweet corn taste.
9 pound party bag of ice.
18 oz. Solo Squared plastic cups. 30 cups per pack.