The classic LA cocktail- Old Granddad bonded Bourbon, fresh grapefruit and lemon juices, honey water, up with a twist
Old Grandad Bonded (100 proof), Vermouth, bitters
Gluten-free R6 vodka, dirty juice, up (shaken) with olives (duh); comes "Regular Dirty" level by default
Shaken R6 Vodka, up, kick the vermouth to the side with a pair of steel-toed boots! Olives by default
Copalli Cacao Rum, Amaro Monte Negro, Real Coconut Cream, & Pineapple Juice Shaken hard and topped with homemade cacao chocolate nibs sprinkle
The "right way" (apologies to Wisconsin); Old Grandad Bonded Bourbon, a teaspoon of sugar, Angostura bitters, rocks, orange twist
Libelula tequila, L'originale Combier orange liquor, fresh lime juice, black salt rim
Libelula tequila, Combier watermelon liquor, fresh lime juice, Tajín rim
Libélula tequila, Ancho Poblano liqueur, lime, black salt rim
Serrano-infused Tequila, Ancho Reyes Verde, lime, tajín rim, Mexican lollipop on the side (Spicy!!)
If you don’t know what to order.. order this! It pairs with most of the menu. Marselan is a hybrid of Cabernet and Grenache grapes, it produces a medium-bodied wine with pleasing tannins, cherry, and cassis notes. El Bajio is a grower in the Queretaro region of Mexico, and the terroir of the region adds a noticeable espresso flavor as well.
Here's your "big red" to go with that ribeye! The Reserve Nebbiolo from San Luis Potosi, Mexico, features plum, cherry, and pomegranate, and tobacco notes and is sturdy enough to pair with richer dishes.
This playful and easy-drinking white wine from Queretaro is dry with balanced tropical fruit and acidity. Try it with the aquachile or the bluefin!
A beautiful rose from Guanajuato, Mexico, dry and floral with notes of grapefruit and raspberries. It will stand up to most of the food on the menu, and also Palm Springs heat!
Not your Mama's Chardonnay.. but she'd like it too! A full-bodied, light acidity and oak, with notes of white peach, coconut, and toasted bread, from Guanajuato, MX. Great with fish!
Bottle Only! A lightly-sparkling and super-refreshing wine from Portugal and an awesome value. Balanced acidity and notes of apple. Makes a great aperitif and pairs well with lighter and/or spicy dishes.
16oz can of refreshing, light, grapefruit deliciousness
Oaxaca, 90% Espadin and 10% Barril agaves, 4700-5700' above sea level, mild and floral with flavors of banana and pineapple
La Noria, cuishe, artisanal, 4700' elevation, sipping mezcal with lots of tropical fruit, along with herbaceous notes and mild acidity
La Compañia, tobalá, 4865' elevation, artisanal, one of the rarest and most sought-after mezcal varieties, look for intense aromatics, green mango, leather, and green herbs.
Amatitán, unaged, pure agave expression with earthy and citrus notes
Amatitán, French oak Napa cabernet barrels, bright agave turns into soft red wine notes
Tequila, unaged, cooked agave, anise, black pepper
Tequila, American oak, sweet agave and vanilla, slight oak finish
Atotonilco (highlands), bright and lively, grilled pineapple, white pepper, red earth
Atotonilco (highlands), Limousin oak, coconut and macadamia, sweet prune, vanilla bean
Atotonilco (Highlands), Limousin oak, baked banana, citrus, dried fruit, honey, toasted coconut