The Pub Favourites
Pimm’s No. 1 Cup, a fresh cucumber, lemon and Sprite - A British Classic.
Nicholson's Bloody Mary
The Pub's signature bloody mary mix, Smirnoff Vodka, Guinness Stout and 5oz. lager or ale of your choice.
The Pub Mojito
Bacardi Limon Rum, fresh squeezed lime juice and mint.
Lucy In The Sky (With Diamonds)
Ciroc Coconut Vodka, Blue Curacao and pineapple juice.
1800 Silver 100% Agave Tequila, Cointreau, agave nectar and fresh squeezed lime juice.
Twist & Shout
Malibu Rum, banana liqueur, sour mix and pineapple juice.
Cruzan Light Rum, Cruzan Aged Dark Rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, sour mix and float of Cruzan Black Strap Rum
The Classic Cosmo
Absolut Citron Vodka, Cointreau, cranberry juice and fresh lime juice. No need to change a classic.
Grapefruit & Basil
Ketel One Vodka, fresh squeezed grapefruit juice and fresh basil. A complex combination of citrus and savory that will bring you back for more.
Smirnoff Strawberry, Chambord and pineapple juice. You will want to drink this martini... Forever!
Three Olives Triple Shot Espresso Vodka, Kahlua Mocha and cream.
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Three Olives Cake Vodka, DiSaronno Amaretto, pineapple juice and grenadine.
Patron Silver Tequila, organic agave nectar and fresh lime juice. Simple but perfect. The way tequila was intended to be served.
Time Magazine immortalized this concoction of vodka and orange juice in 1949, naming it after the humber handyman's tool. American petroleum engineers working on job sites in Saudi Arabia would surreptitiously add vodka to small cans of orange juice and stir the mixture using - what else? - their screwdrivers.
Once the name for a general style of cocktail, this classic has finally settled on a more refined recipe. Bourbon, Angostora bitters, simple syrup, and a muddle orange and cherry meld to create today's classic.
Considered to be the best cocktail to emerge from the Prohibition era, the Sidecar can be enjoyed several different ways. The French claim the ingredients of Cognac, Cointreau and lemon juice should be enjoyed in equal portions. The English insist the proportions should 2:1:1. As a British pub, you can guess where we stand!
This drink dates back to 1820's London. Our Tom Collins is made with gin, simple syrup, fresh lemon juice, and a dash of Angostora bitters. For a twist, try a John Collins, using Bourbon instead of gin.
This humble mixture of rum, lime juice, and simple syrup is a natural blend of local ingredients from the Caribbean. For a slight twist on a classic daiquiri, try substituting cachaca for rum and muddle limes in the mix - the Caipirinha!
The elegance and simplicity of a martini - vodka or gin, dry vermouth, and a garnish - earn it a comfortable place in every bar, in any hand. The bartender can "make it dirty" with a splash of olive juice, or perfect it by adding equal portions of sweet and dry vermouth.
Records from as far back as 1806 refer to a drink called a "bittered sling." Our present-day version: your choice of gin, fresh lime juice, simple syrup, and a dash of bitters.
Simple, elegant, and classy - the gimlet consists of two ingredients: the gin you choose, and lime juice. In The Long Goodbye, one of author Raymond Chandler's characters describes his perfect gimlet by saying, "It beats martinis hollow."
The official history of the Manhattan says its invention took place on the premises of New York's Manhattan Club sometime during the 1870s. A classic Manhattan showcases whiskey with a little sweet vermouth, angostura bitters, and a cherry garnish