Serving Dinner

4:00 pm – 9:00pm

4:00 pm – 10:00pm

Bar Open

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.

Son Of Soil


Our affectionately deemed “adult” version of a whiskey sour

Old Overholt Rye, fresh lemon juice, frothed egg whites, toasted pecan bitters, Bonal Gentiane-Quina, and house-made ginger shrub

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

Georgia Derby


A favorite of our owner! Refreshing and light with a distinctive peach flavor. Perfect for summer days on the veranda or cool nights by the fire pit

Evan Williams Black Label, peach-lemon tincture, locally sourced honey syrup, and freshly squeezed lemon and grapefruit juice 



Bee’s Knees


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