Created by the leading bartender in the UK in the 1980s, this cocktail traces its roots to the Gin Fix from Jerry Thomas’s bartender guide (1862). Refreshing with the taste of lime and blackberries.



Inspired by the pilots of the early 1900s, the Aviation made its debut in the Hugo Ensslin’s 1916 publication – “Recipes for Mixed Drinks.” The perfect balance of Gin, Creme de Violette, Fresh Juice, Tart and Sweet



This raspberry classic was named for the tiny Floradora girls of the 1900s. Made with Creme de Framboise, Ginger Ale, and served with a wild Hibiscus Flower.



A gin-based Italian classic for European friends.


Hemingway Daiquiri

Also known as “Papa Doble” after Ernest Hemingway. White Rum and Fresh Grapefruit juice come together to create Ambrosia.



Created in 1934 by Donna Beach, the Classic peel-your-wig-off-and-run fruit juice cocktail is painstakingly created for your enjoyment!


Smoked Old Fashioned

Created in the 1880s, our cocktail blends Four Roses Bourbon, La Perruche Sugar Cubes, and Angostura Bitters with fresh citrus peel. Then, it is individually smoked with hickory wood, blending the smoky with the sweet. (Please allow extra time for smoking).



Antoiine Peychuad created this famous cocktail with his own “Peychuaud’s Bitters” in the mid 1800s/ Today, these same bitters combined with Red Phone Booth’s selection of Rye Whiskey, plus an Herbsaint rinse makes this New Orleans classic a little something special.


Never Say No

Based on the Manhattan, this James Bond inspired, scotch-based drink features Cynar and Carpano Antica for a smooth, slightly herbal cocktail.


Modified Whiskey Sour

We take this classic to whole new level. Creamy egg foam and bitters set this one apart.


Brown Derby Cocktail

Named after the famous Hollywood hat-shaped restaurant, bourbon, fresh grapefruit juice and honey come together to make this classic a delight.


Red Hook

This drink is one of the myriad Manhattan variations created in NYC, named after one of the city’s many neighborhoods. Ours mixes Rye, Lillet Rouge, Marachinto Llquere and bitters.


Horse’s Neck

Our thoroughbred starts with Buffalo Trace bourbon and finishes with Fever Tree Ginger Ale. Look closely at the garnish on this bourbon.


Four Oh Four

From our friends at the Flatiron Lounge, vodka, St. Germain elderflower, fresh lemon and Aperol. So, wonderful.. who knows who you will be dialing next.



Fresh pineapple and champagne co-mingle in this flirtatious treat.


French 75

Cognac and lemon juice with a champagne float.



One of the quintessential Tequila classics. Our refreshing Paloma blends el Charro tequila, fresh grapefruit juice, flavored agave nectar, and soda water with a citrus salt rim.


Fancy Tequila Cocktail

Grand Marnier, Agave Tequila, Fresh Orange Juice. A delicious spin on the classic Margarita.


Elderflower Margarita

St. Germain lends herbal notes for a new twist to the classic margarita.


Bahia Breeze

The south of the border ancestor fo the vodka classic. Create with 100% Agave Tequila, fresh pineapple and Cranberry juice.



Our speakeasy offers over 180 whiskeys with an extensive selection of rare bourbon, whiskey, scotch and Japanese whisky selections including Yamazaki (up to 18 year), Hibiki (up to 21 year), the Macallan 1824 series, the entire Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, and Pappy Van Winkle (10 year up to 25 year). Some of the most notable spirits available for tastings on a daily basis are the Macallan 1824 flight which includes 1/2 ounce pours of the Macallan Rare Cask, Reflexion, No. 6 and the M as well as the Pappy Van Winkle flight featuring the Old Rip Van Winkle 10 year, Van Winkle Special Reserve 12 year, Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 20 year, Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 23 year, and the super-limited Old Rip Van Winkle 25 year.