The Drinks

Specialty Cocktails

Pear Flower

$10

Ketel One Vodka, St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur, Lime Juice and Pear Nectar. Served Shaken.
Made famous at the Cliff House in San Francisco! This is a delightful cocktail for all.

Joey's Moscow Mule

$11

Ketel One Vodka, Lime and Maine Root Ginger Brew. On the rocks.
Moscow Mule was invented in 1941 at the Cock and Bull Tavernon Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. Popular among film stars of the 1940’s.

Angel Azzurro

$9

Bombay Sapphire Gin, Blue Curacao, Triple Sec, and splash of Grand Marnier. On the rocks.
A variation of the Blue Lagoon, born in Italy in the 1950s and 1960s. The cocktail, known almost exclusively in Italy, has become famous since the 1990s.

Washington Apple

$9

Skyy Vodka, Crown Royal, Apple Pucker, Cranberry Juice. Served shaken.
This crisp Apple and Cranberry cocktail is ridiculously easy to drink.

Joey's Margarita

$10

Hornitos Plata, Triple Sec, Fresh Lime Juice. Salted on the rocks.
The first known publication of the margarita recipe was in the December 1953 issue of Esquire, with the recipe calling for an ounce of Tequila, a dash of Triple Sec, and the juice of half a Lime or Lemon. The recipe for a Tequila-based cocktail first appeared in the 1930 book My New Cocktail Book by G.F. Steele.

Old Fashioned

$11

Jack Daniels Bourbon, Bitters, Water, Sugar, Cherry and Orange Slice. On the rocks.
The first alleged creation of the “Old Fashioned” was from the 1880s at the Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky, popularized by James E. Pepper who brought it to the Waldorf Astoria Bar.

Red Pepper Daisy

$10

1800 Tequila, Red Bell Pepper, Agave Nectar, Lime Juice topped off with club soda. On the rocks.
Created by John Lermayer at the Florida Room in Miami. It’s essentially a Margarita with Bell Pepper and Agave subbed in for the Triple Sec. However, it’s the most basic drink you can make with a Red Pepper, and it’s quite delicious.

Pimm's Cup

$8

Pimms Liqueur, Sprite, Lemon and Mint. On the rocks.
Originally, the “Pimms #1 Cup”, it was first introduced in 1823 at an Oyster bar in London near the bank of England.

Mojito Parisien

$10

Bacardi Rum, St. Germaine, Lime, Fresh Mint topped off with Club Soda.
This is a wonderful spin on the original. Elderflower Liqueur blends perfectly with these ingredients in place of the Sugar. Perfect for summer.

Cynar and Soda

$8

Italian Artichoke Liqueur, Soda, and Lemon.
A good aperitif is lively, bitter and refreshing; Cynar with Soda ticks all of those boxes perfectly. It’s vibrantly flavored but quite low in Alcohol, so two before dinner won’t derail your evening. We like it with a Lemon wedge garnish squeezed in there.

Beer

Domestic Beer - Bottle

$3

Bud Light, Michelob Ultra

Import or Specialty Beer - Bottle

$6

Peroni, Moretti, Bass, Blue Moon, Shiner Bock, Heineken, Red Stripe, Corona, Franz Hefe Weis, Sierra Nevada, Strongbow Hard Cider, Duvel

Import or Specialty Beer - Duvel (Bottle)

$9

Draft Beer

$6

Stella Artois, Coop Native Amber

Wine

House Red/White

*$5.50 / $16

*By the Glass

Sparkling Wine

Prosecco D.O.C. Brut / 187ml

*$10

*By the Glass

Saracco Moscato 375ml

$22

Bottle

White Wine

Bolla Soave Blend

*$8 / $32

Relax Riesling

*$8 / $32

Tangent Sauvignon Blanc

*$9 / $34

Four Vines Naked Chardonnay

*$8 / $32

Red Wine

Angeline Cali Pinot Noir

*$9 / $34

Charles Smith Velvet Devil Merlot

*$10 / $39

Masi Valpolicella Bonacosta

$42

(Only by the Bottle)

Bell'Agio Flask Chianti

*$8 / $32

X-Winery Levit 8 Cabernet

*$10 / $39

World Spirits

  • Skyy Vodka
  • Ketel One
  • Absolut Citron
  • Grey Goose Vodka
  • Chopin Potato Vodka
  • Bacardi
  • Sailor Jerry
  • Myer’s Dark
  • Malibu
  • Jim Beam
  • Jack Daniels
  • Makers Mark
  • Makers 46
  • Crown Royal
  • Crown Royal XO
  • Basil Hayden
  • Jameson Irish Whiskey
  • Remy Martin VSOP
  • Hornitos Plata
  • 1800 Reposado
  • Patron Silver
  • Glenlivet
  • Highland Park
  • Johnnie Walker Black
  • Macallan 12yr

Hot Drinks

Coffee

$2.99

Organic Hot Tea

$2.99

Hot Cocoa

$2.99

Cappuccino

$2.99