FAMILIAR DISHES WITH AN UNEXPECTED TWIST
Executive Chef, Justin Morris, creates familiar dishes with an unexpected twist. He curates fresh ingredients from our house garden and local farms, including Spring Water Farms in Huntersville.
WED & THUR
4:00 pm – 9:00pm
FRI & SAT
4:00 pm – 10:00pm
WED – SAT
4:00 pm until
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The bar and cocktail lounge feels as intimate as an after-hours jazz club, with our mixologists creating thoughtful, botanically-driven cocktails in heirloom-worthy glassware. If you’ve had your fill of classic cocktails, you can always ask one of our mixologists to design a cocktail made especially for you and sit back and relax on our veranda, listening to our unique blend of jazz-inspired vocals.
Invented in 1838 by Antoine Peychaud, the Sazerac is epitome of classic, known as the oldest cocktail in the US
Old Overholt Rye, Courvoisier VSOP Cognac, Peychauds & angostura bitters, Turbinado syrup, and an absinthe wash over a hand cut rock with a lemon twist
In Gatsby Fashion
15 smoked 17
An interesting and unique twist on this well-known traditional cocktail
Evan Williams Black Label, turbinado sugar, Zucca Rabarbaro, and a splash of Rockwell dry vermouth, garnished with an expressed orange peel and a Bada Bing Cherry.
Beauty Out of Sorrow
An herbal, adventurous riff on a margarita. The cucumber and dill flavors blend seamlessly with freshly squeezed citrus, adding just the right complexity
Lunazul Blanco Tequila, house-made dill tincture, cucumber-infused Cocchi Americano, a dash of smoke & salt elixir, St. Germaine, and fresh lime juice
We’ll Always Have Paris
A whimsical, balanced cocktail with a transformative flavor profile that harkens back to the origin of it’s namesake; a little bitter and a little sweet with a well-rounded ending
Tito’s Homemade vodka, house-made berry shrub lavender, peach lemon infusion, Cocchi Rosa, fresh lemon
This Prohibition-era buzz-worthy cocktail is a slightly sweet, citrus-forward classic has been a favorite through the years.
Beefeater London Dry Gin, freshly squeezed lemon juice, house-made lavender elixir and local honey syrup
De La Louisiane
This New Orleans favorite, first concocted by the restaurant La Louisiane, is a bold, balanced and smooth selection. Unapologetically boozy and we love it that way!
Old Overhold Bonded Rye, Cocchi Di Torino, Bénédictine, Peychauds bitters, absinthe, and a bada-bing cherry