12.00HeliosPrima’s twist on the greyhound, this refreshing cocktail is made with beefeater 24, fresh grapefruit, and a touch of elderflower. It’s like a sunday morning.
11.00PersephoneNamed for a roman goddess of the spring, this cocktail blends ketel one vodka, pomegranate, and fresh lemon. Finished with prosecco.
13.00Molto Maita'iPrima’s twist on trader vic’s classic 1944 recipe, this tropical delight consists of 10 cane, ron zacapa, rum raisin curacao, grand marnier and lime. Umbrella not included.
11.00FioreThis aromatic libation is made from absolut berri acai, fresh mint, elderflower and lime.
14.00Whiskey BlossomWylie howell unaged corn whiskey, walnut creek local honey and lillet white.The bartender recommends one per customer.
11.00BellaHangar 1 spiced pear vodka, citrus, cane sugar and prosecco. Not only is it beauty in italian, it’s beauty in a glass too.
11.00Classic MartiniWintson churchill, fdr, ernest hemingway and cary grant all felt that this drink was the perfect stress reliever. We are inclined to agree. Your choice of beefeater 24 gin or grey goose vodka.Options:
Beefeater 24 gin, Grey goose vodka
11.00NegroniPlymouth gin, cinzano sweet vermouth, and campari with a touch of fresh orange.Almost a century old, and still regarded as one of the most important aperitivi in italian culinaria.
11.00Manhattan “Antica”Makers mark bourbon, carpano antica formula, whiskey barrel aged bitters and amarena
14.00Vieux CarreNamed for the french quarter, this classic was invented in 1938 by walter bergeron of the hotel monteleone, and marries bulleit rye, remy martin VSOP, carpano antica formula and a touch of benedictine.
13.00French 75Borrowed from harry macelhone of the renowned harry’s new york bar, this elegant libation combines nolet’s silver gin, fresh lemon, sugar and champagne, and is said to pack a punch like the french 75mm howitzer that it’s named for.
12.00Blood and SandGlenrothes select reserve scotch, cherry herring, sweet vermouth and orange juice complete this 1922 classic from the savoy cocktail book.
11.00AviationPlymouth gin, luxardo maraschino, crème de violette and lemon juice; hugo ensslin’s orginal recipe from 1916.
13.00Police GazetteAdapted from a recipe found in the 1901 version of the new police bartender’s guide, this robust concoction blends maker’s 46, lillet white, luxardo maraschino and curacao.