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Cocktails: Sophisticated | The Golden Age | An Ensemble Cast | Curtain Call
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* Last updated in October 2018 (Menu and prices are subject to change)


Sophisticated (Cocktails)



Tasting Notes: Plymouth Gin, Crème Yvette Violet Liqueur, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, and fresh Lemon Juice, served up

Serving: $16.50



Tasting Notes: Pimm's No. 1 Liqueur, Plymouth Gin, Strawberry, and Lemonade served over Crushed Ice

Serving: $15.00



Tasting Notes: Beefeater Gin, Campari, and Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth served over Hard Cubed Ice

Serving: $14.50



Tasting Notes: Bacardi Superior Rum, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, fresh Lime and Grapefruit Juice and Organic Agave Nectar, served up

Serving: $14.75



Tasting Notes: Hennessy V.S Cognac, Cointreau, fresh Lemon Juice, and Agave Nectar with a Lemon Peel and a Sugar Rim

Serving: $15.00



Tasting Notes: Classically prepared with Hendrick's Gin or Double Cross Vodka and Gourmet Blue Cheese Truffle Olives served with an Ice Sphere

Serving: $16.50

The Golden Age (Cocktails)



Tasting Notes: Bulleit Rye Small Batch American Whiskey, Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth, Angostura Bitters, and Luxardo Gourmet Maraschino Cherries served with an Ice Sphere

Serving: $16.50


ginger rogers

Tasting Notes: Plymouth Gin, Luxardo Apricot Liqueur, Noilly Prat Dry Vermouth, and a hint of fresh Lemon Juice, served up

Serving: $14.50


the derby

Tasting Notes: Bulleit Broubon, fresh Grapefruit Juice, and Honey, served up

Serving: $13.50



Tasting Notes: Known to be Walt's drink of choice - Johnnie Walker Black Label Scotch with a Lemon Peel served over Crushed Ice

Serving: $13.50



Tasting Notes: Don Julio Reposado Tequila, Cointreau, Crème Yvette Violet Liqueur, fresh Lime Juice, Organic Agave Nectar, and Egg Whites, served up

Serving: $16.50


pisco sour

Tasting Notes: Pisco Portón, fresh Lime Juice, Organic Agave Nectar, Angostura Bitters, and Egg Whites

Serving: $14.50

An Ensemble Cast (Cocktails)



Tasting Notes: Woodford Reserve Bourbon with Angostura and Orange Bitters, and a Luxardo Gourmet Maraschino Cherry servede with an Ice Sphere

Serving: $16.50


sparkling mare

Tasting Notes: Iron Horse Sparkling Wine, St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, and Aperol Orange Apertif

Serving: $14.25



Tasting Notes: Hanson of Sonoma Habanero Organic Vodka, Bloody Mary Mix, Barbecue Bitters, and Dill Pickle Brine garnished with a locally grown Organic Dill Sprig and a dehydrated Horseradish-crusted Tomato Slice

Serving: $15.00



Tasting Notes: Bulleit Bourbon, Cointreau, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, and fresh Lemon Juice with a Lemon Peel and a Sugar Rim

Serving: $15.50



Tasting Notes: Double Cross and Absolut Pears Vodka, Pear Nectar, and fresh Lime Juice complemented with a marinated Baby Pear, served up

Serving: $16.50



Tasting Notes: Hendrick's Gin and Premium Tonic

Serving: $13.50



Tasting Notes: Plymouth Gin, Premium Tonic, Zesty Deli Dill Pickle Brine, locally grown Organic Dill, and Lemon Peel

Serving: $13.25



Tasting Notes: Hendrick's Gin, Premium Tonic, Star Anise, Cardamom, and Mint

Serving: $13.75



Tasting Notes: Bacardi Superior Rum, Organic Mint, fresh Lime Juice and Organic Agave Nectar topped with locally sourced Purified Sparkling Water served over Crushed Ice

Serving: $14.50

Curtain Call (Cocktails)



Tasting Notes: Jameson Irish Whiskey, hot Coffee and two Sugar Cubes topped with a frothy Cream

Serving: $12.50


vintage coffee

Tasting Notes: Baileys Irish Cream, Tuaca and a splash of hot Coffee served in a Snifter Glass with a stick of Cinnamon

Serving: $12.50


B-52 coffee

Tasting Notes: Grand Marnier, Kahlúa, Baileys Irish Cream, and hot Coffee topped with Whipped Cream

Serving: $13.50


brandy alexander

Tasting Notes: Brandy, Dark Crème de Cacao, Cream, and Nutmeg, chilled and served up

Serving: $12.25

Buena Vista Brews


Racer 5 IPA (Draft)

Crafted In: Healdsburg, California
Tasting Notes: India Pale Ale; This hoppy IPA is a full bodied beer brewed with malted barley, wheat, and crystal malts. The malt base is designed to highlight the unique floral qualities Columbus and Cascade hops from the Pacific Northwest. 
More Info: 7.0% ABV; Racer 5 is one of America’s most medal winning IPAs. Enjoy this iconic, award winning IPA that helped define the West Coast style.

Serving: $9.50


Ace Hard Cider Seasonal Selection (Draft)

Crafted In: USA
Tasting Notes: Flavored with cinnamon, cloves and allspice, Tastes like pumpkin pie
More Info: 5% ABV; Served seasonally. California Cider Company is the first family owned cider in the US. They have been making ACE ciders since 1993 in the beautiful Sebastopol area of Sonoma County California just north of San Francisco.

Serving: $9.50


Lagunitas Pils

Crafted In: Petaluma, California
Tasting Notes: Lagunitas Pils' only Unlimited Lager, brewed with loads of imported Saaz hops and a bottom-fermenting yeast strain that leaves it Light and Crisp and Easy to Slam, yet full of real flavor.
More Info: 6% ABV; Our only Unlimited Lager, brewed with loads of imported Saaz hops and a bottom-fermenting yeast strain that leaves it Light and Crisp and Easy to Slam, yet full of real flavor and all the things you yearn for.

Bottle: $9.00



Crafted In: Fort Bragg, California
Tasting Notes: Belgian Style Golden Ale; A floral nose with a full fruity flavor, and a clean finish.
More Info: 7.6% ABV; A pioneer in the Craft Beer movement, North Coast Brewing Company opened in 1988 as a local brewpub in the historic town of Fort Bragg, located on California’s Mendocino Coast. Under the leadership of President & Co-Founder Mark Ruedrich, the brewery has developed a strong reputation for quality having won more than 110 awards in national and international competitions.

Bottle: $10.00


Red Trolley Ale

Crafted In: San Diego, CA
Tasting Notes: Malted Ale; Brewed with a half ton of caramelized malts, this bold red ale is full of caramel and toffee flavors, hints of dried raisins and currants, and a slightly sweet finish.
More Info: 5.8% ABV; Red Trolley Ale sets the standard for Irish Red Ales. Each batch of this multi award-winning beer is brewed with a half-ton of caramelized malts for a deep copper color and toffee flavor. Sets the standard for Irish Red Ales

Bottle: $10.00


Double Barrel Ale

Crafted In: Paso Robles, California
Tasting Notes: British Pale Ale; Pale malts create a smooth middle with ribbons of caramel, English toffee and toasted oak.
More Info: 5.0% ABV; DBA—a.k.a. Double Barrel Ale—is the trailblazing flagship beer that started it all for Firestone back in 1996. Partially fermented in their patented Firestone Union oak-­‐barrel brewing system, DBA quickly took the Central Coast by storm and set the pace for future beers to come. Today, DBA is regarded as a California classic, and stands as an iconic tribute to traditional cask-­‐fermented English ales.  

Bottle: $9.00


ACME Pale Ale

Crafted In: California
Tasting Notes: Smooth, clean ale with faint citrus and honey flavor notes and a dry finish.
More Info: 5.0% ABV; This easy-drinking Pale Ale revives the name of one of the early icons of California brewing. Clean-tasting and pleasantly malty, Acme Pale Ale is brewed with Yakima Valley hops, American two-row malt and British specialty malts for depth.

Bottle: $9.00


Hopageddon Imperial IPA

Crafted In: California
Tasting Notes: Deeply malt forward beer, but boasts a fruity hop character from a combination of northwest and noble hops. Grounded by oak additions resulting in complex earthy and spice notes.
More Info: 9.2% ABV; Steeped in English character, then trounced with American hops. Located in California's Bay Area, Napa Smith is a family owned and operated brewery that upholds the classic beer style that gave American craft beer its start. Inspired by generations of experience, Napa Smith is surrounded by the influential culture and uncompromised quality of the greatest wineries in the world. 

Bottle: $10.00


8 Ball Stout

Crafted In: Eureka, California
Tasting Notes: Pours very dark in color with a nice, roasted aroma. It is rich on the palate with robust roasted maltiness combining with an abundance of hops to produce a smooth, creamy stout.
More Info: 5.8% ABV; On August 20, 2014, they brewed their first batch of beer at their new facility just south of Eureka. (It was Great White, naturally.) Currently, they can bottle and can up to 1.2 million beers and fill 1,400 kegs a day. 

Bottle: $9.00

The Bright Lights: Sparkling Wines


Banfi Rosa Regale

Region: Piedmont, Italy
Tasting Notes: Slightly sweet red sparkling wine with rose petal aromas and strawberries, raspberries, and cranberries on the palate.
More Info: In 1979, John and Harry Mariani, family Proprietors of Banfi Vintners, acquired a mid-18th century winery, known as Bruzzone, revitalized it and renamed the facility Banfi Piemonte. Here, with the same detailed care as a century ago, our skilled winemakers produce "Rosa Regale" Brachetto d'Acqui D.O.C.G. This rare Brachetto, a semi-dry, red sparkling wine cherished by the courts of Europe over two centuries ago, owes its reincarnation to Banfi.

Bottle: $55.00
Glass: $13.00


Iron horse 'fairy tale celebration cuvée' brut

Region: Sonoma
Tasting Notes: Dry, ripe apples and citrus with a toasty finish.
More info: This is a special Disney bubbly produced exclusively for the resorts, theme parks and cruise ships. It's also available for purchase in their online shop.

Bottle: $79.00
Glass: $19.00


astoria prosecco

Region: Venice, Italy
Tasting Notes: Very fine and persistent bubbles with straw yellow and greenish reflections. The floral aromas, with generous amounts of pear and golden delicious apple accents, linger on the harmonious and creamy palate.
More info: Founded in 1987 by an old family of winemakers, Paolo and Giorgio Polegato’s Astoria prides itself on the quality of its products.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00

The Bright Lights: Rosé


Champs de Provence Rosé

Region: Côtes de Provence, France
Tasting Notes: A classic dry rosé with vibrant notes of red berries, citrus, and orange blossom with a medium body, flavorful hints of raspberry and a zesty mineral finish.
More info: From the villages of Trets, Peynier and Pourriéres just south of the Mountain Sainte Victoire. The wine is harvested by hand during the night to maintain freshness. 

Bottle: $45.00
Glass: $10.00

The Bright Lights: White Wines


Dr. Loosen riesling

Region: Mosel, Germany
Tasting Notes: Crisp aromas of lemon, white peach, and melon with a hint of mineral on the palate. 
More info: Riesling embodies the elegant and racy characteristics of steep, slate-soil Mosel vineyards at a very reasonable price. It is a bright, vibrant, fruit-driven wine made with grapes from contracted growers throughout the Mosel River valley who work very closely with brothers Ernst and Thomas Loosen.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00


placido pinot grigio

Region: Veneto, Italy
Tasting Notes: Fresh floral and mineral aromas with flavors of citrus, green apple, and a clean fresh lemon zest finish.
More info: Rich in tradition and rooted in nobility, Placido is a nod to the heritage and legacy of Count Placido. A 13th century Tuscan nobleman, Placido dei Placidi was the hero of the epic “Battle of Montaperti” between Florence and Siena.

Bottle: $45.00
Glass: $10.00


bella grace sauvignon blanc

Region: Amador County, California
Tasting Notes: Tropical fruit initially on the palate with long and juicy finish. It is slightly tart with a hint of crisp green apple. 
More info: What do engineered products, life insurance and winemaking have in common? The answer is, more than you may think! For Bella Grace Vineyards' proprietors, husband and wife team Charlie and Michael Havill, the three industries share two people who have discovered a single passion - winemaking!

Bottle: $55.00
Glass: $13.00



Region: Marlborough, New Zealand
Tasting Notes: The palate is refined and elegant with superb natural fruit weight providing a juicy core of layered fruit, entwined with a salty textural acidity, vibrant ripe citrus notes, crunchy greens, and hints of tropical guava on the nose.
More info: Their story began with one man, a local winemaker. For him, it wasn’t a desire for fame and fortune, but a passion to craft the very best wine from Marlborough’s beautiful natural surroundings. Since their first vintage in 1994, this remains unchanged.

Bottle: $45.00
Glass: $10.00


Pazo Barrantes Albariño

Region: Rias Baixas, Spain
Tasting Notes: Smooth with hints of mature stone fruit, herb notes, and a touch of acidity.
More info: Marqués de Murrieta Estates and Wines is led by a family used to professionalism and daily effort– a mother and her children with a Galician heart who remember Vicente Cebrián Sagarriga, the person who left them suddenly many years ago, every day with love and gratitude. A wonderful husband, an exemplary father, a tireless worker and, in essence, a great man.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00


zaca mesa Viognier

Region: Santa Ynez Valley, California
Tasting Notes: Made from sustainably-farmed, estate-grown grapes, has notes of ripe apricot, lemon, lime, melon, lychee, and a lingering hint of minerality.
More info: Purchased in 1972 by John Cushman and five friends, the first vines were planted a year later in 1973. Only the third winery in Santa Barbara County at that time, Zaca Mesa became a Santa Barbara County “vineyard wildcatter”- experimenting with many varietals, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, and Chardonnay to see what would work. After several years of trial and error, Syrah was planted in 1978. Unbeknownst to the early winemaking team at the time, this block would become what is today the renown Black Bear Block, the oldest Syrah block in the Central Coast.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00


Marc BrÉdif chenin blanc

Region: Loire, France
Tasting Notes: Intense and fruity with notes of white flowers, roasted almonds, pear, and apple.
More info: With its majestic cellars in the heart of the Touraine, Marc Brédif has been one of the most famous Vouvray and Chinon houses since 1893. When Baron de Ladoucette took over the house in 1980, he breathed new life into the century old winery, while preserving its traditions. Today, Marc Brédif continues to produce Vouvray and Chinon wines of the finest quality.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00


three sticks durell chardonnay

Region: Sonoma Coast, California
Tasting Notes: Tropical fruit and crisp apple amaze the palate with a roundness that enhances this unique expression of Chardonnay. Creaminess perfectly balances the bright citrus components to create harmony on the palate.
More info: The pedigree of Three Sticks begins not in the glass, nor even in the cellar. Instead, it begins in the rocky, volcanic soils of Durell, one of the most diverse and prized vineyards in Sonoma Valley. Planted primarily to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, this rolling 610-acre parcel spans the Sonoma Valley, Sonoma Coast and Carneros AVAs, and is the birthplace of Three Sticks Wines.

Bottle: $79.00
Glass: $19.00


Fort ross sea slopes chardonnay

Region: Sonoma Coast, California
Tasting Notes: Dry, ripe apples and citrus with a toasty finish.
More info: In tribute to their South African heritage, they sourced Pinotage bud wood from the original founding blocks in that country, and became the first private growers to import grapevine cuttings through the Foundation Plant Services that operates alongside the U.C. Davis School of Viticulture and Enology.

Bottle: $55.00
Glass: $13.00


bearitage pinot gris

Region: Lodi, California
Tasting Notes: Fresh, crisp style with peach aromas and delicious melon-like flavors.
More info: The Haraszthy family has lived in Sonoma Valley continuously for six generations. Val is the winemaker and owner of Haraszthy Family Cellars, which produces approximately eight thousand cases of wine annually.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00

The Red Carpet: Red Wines


Año Verde pinot noir

Region: Santa Barbara, California
Tasting Notes: Clean and crisp aromas of sweet smokiness and tobacco leaf with ripe cherries. Fruit flavors with hints of wild raspberries, organic cherries, and pluots.
More info: In Spanish, the term “Año Verde” is used to describe a moment in time when magical things happen and all is good.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00


Argyle pinot noir

Region: Willamette Valley, Oregon
Tasting Notes: Savory spice and delicate floral accents, while the middle palate is classic Argyle silkiness in texture, with persistent length.
More info: The Willamette Valley is the place for Pinot Noir. Over the last 30 years we’ve thrived here amidst the narrowest of parameters of success. The limitations on ripening grapes for red wine in our climate have given us a singular focus: growing world class Pinot Noir.

Bottle: $59.00
Glass: $14.00


flora springs merlot

Region: Napa Valley, California
Tasting Notes: Aromas of Bing cherry, pomegranate seed and fresh raspberry, the striking nose of this 100% Merlot also offers hints of espresso bean, cocoa and fresh mint. 
More info: Flora Springs was founded in 1978, but their legacy dates back to the late 1800s when wine grapes were first planted on the Napa Valley property that is now their estate home. 

Bottle: $59.00
Glass: $14.00


Kita' Spe'y

Region: Santa Ynez Valley, California
Tasting Notes: Aromas of blueberries, violets, truffle oil, cinnamon, and traces of coffee and perfume. The palate is medium bodied; yet balanced with a spicy complexity and hints of candied blueberries and rose petals. 
More info: Founded in 2010, Kitá Wines is a small, premium winery located in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley within the Santa Barbara County AVA (American Viticultural Area). The word "Kitá" means "Our Valley Oak" in the Santa Ynez Chumash native language of Samala. Like the valley oak, their wine highlights the gifts from Mother Earth and embodies the spirit of the Santa Ynez Valley. 

Bottle: $59.00
Glass: $14.00


Alexander valley vineyards syrah

Region: Sonoma County, California
Tasting Notes: Floral aromas of violets, dark fruits, black cherry, vanilla, oak, stone fruit and blackberry. There are rich flavors of blackberry jam, black cherry, plum and vanilla with silky tannins and a long juicy finish.
More info: After purchasing the historic Cyrus Alexander homestead, Harry and Maggie Wetzel strived to create a thriving agricultural lifestyle on the property.  They raised their children along with their vines in Alexander Valley, providing inspiration and encouragement as they developed the estate together.  Decades later, the fourth generation of their family is growing up amongst vineyards and next door to the working winery that is known around the world as “AVV”. 

Bottle: $45.00
Glass: $10.00


Ridge Three Ways zinfandel

Region: Sonoma County, California
Tasting Notes: Aromas of blueberry pie and toasty dill, with concentrated plum, licorice and smoky pepper flavors that are wrapped in muscular tannins. A blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Carignane and Grenache.
More info: Ridge Vineyards begins in 1885, when Osea Perrone, a doctor who became a prominent member of San Francisco’s Italian community, bought 180 acres near the top of Monte Bello Ridge. He terraced the slopes and planted vineyards; using native limestone, he constructed the Monte Bello Winery, producing the first vintage under that name in 1892. This unique cellar, built into the mountainside on three levels, is Ridge’s production facility.

Bottle: $55.00
Glass: $13.00


jackson estate alexander valley cabernet sauvignon

Region: Sonoma County, California
Tasting Notes: Mountain intensity in its blackberry, black currant and cassis flavors. It’s bone dry, with thick but refined tannins, and brightened by a fine burst of acidity.
More info: Jackson Estate Wine Collection is a tribute to their family’s estate vineyards. Small production wines. Cultivating many of California’s greatest cool, coastal mountain ridges and benchland soils allows us a broad perspective of terroir and showcases some of California’s finest appellations. Founder Jess Jackson’s vision and dedication to capturing hidden personality from rare, coastal California vineyards endures today in his legacy, and in practice, on every acre of the Jackson family’s land. 

Bottle: $75.00
Glass: $17.00


Sebastiani cabernet sauvignon

Region: Sonoma County, California
Tasting Notes: Blackberry and English tea aromas with hints of dark chocolate and espresso set the stage for the rich palate. A full mouthfeel of dark fruit, clove spice and leafy characteristics accentuate this elegant Cabernet.
More info: Sebastiani’s first century in Sonoma winemaking began when Samuele Sebastiani emigrated from the Tuscany region of Italy in 1895 and started Sebastiani nine years later. A stonemason by trade, he quarry-mined the Sonoma hills for cobblestones that were used to build the streets of San Francisco. He worked long hours and saved carefully to buy land in Sonoma County, from which he would make wine for the Sonoma community and San Francisco’s restaurants.

Bottle: $49.00
Glass: $11.00


groth cabernet sauvignon

Region: Napa Valley, California
Tasting Notes: Blended with 20% Merlot, notes of red cherry and cassis with a hint of vanilla oak.
More info: The vineyard philosophy at Groth isn’t a lofty abstraction; it gets right down into the details.  “Each and every vine is managed for its individual needs.” says vineyard manager Ben Benson.  “We prune, thin shoots, or leaf pull for balance throughout the vineyard so that all the grapes have uniform ripening and optimum maturity.”

Bottle: $99.00
Glass: $22.00