La Llorona Margarita
This pink margarita has been our #1 seller since our opening day in 2016! House-infused hibiscus tequila, homemade triple sec, fresh lime juice, a splash of lemon juice. Served on the rocks in a salt-scalloped glass with an orange slice, and a pinch of hibiscus tea.
Smokey, strong, and stringent; This drink is not for sissies. Fogata mezcal, homemade triple sec, lime juice, muddled rosemary, chilled and served on the rocks in a salt-scalloped glass, garnished with fresh rosemary and a bitter, herbaceous, Fernet Branca float.
Señor Borracho Margarita
Our namesake! If you're gonna be a borracho do it with style! Reposado tequila, homemade triple sec, fresh lime juice, muddled cucumber, a splash of house simple syrup, chilled, served up in a chile pequin scalloped martini glass and garnished with a cucumber wheel.
La Chupacabra Margarita
A spicy 16 oz. creation straight from the 505. House-infused green chile tequila, homemade trip sec, lime juice, a splash of simple syrup, served in a salt-scalloped pint glass, garnished with a lime wheel and pinch of red chile pequin.
The magical part potion that changes color before your eyes. A martini made with our own indigo butterfly pea tea infused vodka. A splash of simple syrup and brimstone absinthe served with a shot of lemon juice and homemade limoncello. Pour the shot into your martini.
The drink is so nice it burns you twice. A very vegas Moscow Mule. Made with our own house-infused green chile vodka, fresh lime juice, a splash of simple syrup, topped with Gosling's ginger beer, and garnished with lime.
Our sweet, strong, and creamy play on Lebowski's favorite: Do you abide? House-infused vanilla bean vodka, homemade coffee liqueur, topped with half and half, and a Luxardo maraschino cherry.
Named after Shakespeare's Queen of the Fairies. This martini is a dream come true, house-infused earl grey gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, lavender bitters, served up in a martini glass and garnished with an orange twist, dried lavender, and spritz of brimstone absinthe.
Sweet, bright, and beautiful. The cocktail everyone loves. Muddled cucumber, loose hibiscus tea, homemade limoncello, gin, a splash of simple syrup, fresh lemon juice, served in a pint glass, and garnished with cucumber and a pinch of hibiscus tea.
Our favorite lawyer's way to unwind. Muddled cucumber, gin, house limoncello, brimstone absinthe, lime juice, served on the rocks, and topped with a splash of soda, and garnished with a cucumber.
The old-fashioned (named after the ruthless local outlaw) like its namesake takes no prisoners. Taos lightening, atapiño pinoñ liqueur, sugar cubes, Luxardo cherries, fresh orange, and Angostura bitters muddled together, stirred over ice, served on the rocks, and garnished with a Luxardo cherry and orange.
Gooder Than Fuck
Our famous boozy cherry lime: this local favorite is now a 16 oz. monster! Vodka, fresh lime juice, a splash of simple syrup, served on the rocks with a Luxardo sour cherry liqueur sink and garnished with a lime and a Luxardo cherry.
Tanqueray gin, Luxardo maraschino liqueur, lilac liqueur, fresh lime juice, chilled and served up in a martini glass, garnished with a lemon twist and a Luxardo maraschino cherry. This pre-prohibition cocktail was created in 1916 by Hugo Ensslin, head bartender at the Hotel Wallick in New York
The Last Word
Tanqueray gin, Escorial, Luxardo maraschino liqueur, fresh lime juice, a splash of simple. Served up in a martini glass and garnished in lime. this pre-prohibition cocktail first appeared on the 1916 menu at the Detroit Athletic Club for 35 cents, making it the club's most expensive cocktail at the time, limit of 2 per customer, per visit.
Bullet Rye, Antica Formula sweet vermouth, and Angostura bitters, stirred over ice, served up in a martini glass, and garnished with a Luxardo maraschino cherry. this classic was invented in the 1860s by a bartender named Black at a bar on Broadway in NY.
Blood and Sand
Dewars, Antica Formula sweet vermouth, Luxardo cherry Sangue morlacco liqueur, and a splash of orange juice, chilled and served up in a martini glass with a flamed orange twist. named after the 1922 Rudolph Valentino film.
Capel pisco, egg whites, lime juice, and a splash of simple syrup. Vigorously shaken over ice, served up in a martini glass, and garnished with an angostura rosetta, Chile and Peru both claim this tart, sweet, velvety drink as their national cocktail, however, ours is in the Peruvian style.
(Kai-pe-reen-ya). Novo Fogo barrel aged cachaça. Demerara sugar cubes and muddled lime served on the rocks come together in this strong, refreshing drink. it's Brazil's national cocktail!
Bullet bourbon, Cointreau, Angostura bitters, Peychaud bitters, sparkling wine, chilled and served in a champagne flute, and garnished with an orange twist. This pre-prohibition era cocktail was created by the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky in 1905 during the "bourbon boom".
Death in the Afternoon
Brimstone absinthe, and a splash of simple syrup, topped with sparkling wine, served in a champagne flute and garnished with a lemon twist. Created by Ernest Hemingway and named after his 1932 novel.
Botanist gin, Antica Formula sweet vermouth, Luxardo maraschino liqueur, and orange bitters. chilled and served up in a martini glass with lemon twist. The precursor to the martini, it was published in O.H. Byron's The Modern Bartender, in 1884.
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