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WINES

BEER AND CIDER:

BY T H E G L A S S O R B OT T L E

The Sorta IPA, Tennesee, U.S The Crux Pinot Grigio (white) - aust

The Hunky Dory Sauvignon Blanc (white) - nz

Peroni Nastro, Italy Big Wave Golden Ale, Haiwaii, U.S

Wood Side Park Gruner Veltiner (white) - aust

The Master Piece Chardonnay (white) - aust

The Artiste Riesling (white) - aust

Amanti Prosecco (sparkling) - italy

The Fontaine Rose

(rose) - aust - french style

The Crux Pinot Noir (red) - aust

Beajoulais La Basse-Cour (red) - france

La Ficelle Rouge Gamay Noir (red) - france

The Impressionist Shiraz (red) - aust

The Den Pinotage (red) - south africa

Atomic Pale Ale, W.A, Australia Single Fin Summer, W.A, Australia Custard and Co Cider, W.A Australia Dos Blockos, VIC Australia Belgium Pilsner, Belgium James Squire 150 Lashes Pale Ale Asahi, Japan The Red Hook, esb, Washington Usa


COCKTAILS

COCKTAILS

Cosmopolitian

The Hemingway Daiquiri

(Vodka, Cointreau , Cranberry Juice, Lime)

(Barcardi Lime Juice, Grapefruit Juice, Maraschino Liqueur)

Long Island Tea

Margarita

(Tequila, Gin, Vodka, Rum, Triple Sec)

(Tequila, Lime juice, Cointreau)

Mojito

Cuba Libre

(White Rum , Soda Water , Lime Juice, Mint)

(White Rum, Coke, Lime Juice)

Tom Collins

Screwdriver

(Gin, Soda Water, Lemon Juice)

(Vodka & Orange Juice)

Sidecar

Mai Tai

(Brandy, Lemon Juice, Triple Sec)

(White Rum, Lime Juice, Orange Curaรงao, Dark Rum)

Bloody Mary

Black Russian

(Vodka, Tomato Juice, Tabasco, Worcestershire sauce)

(Kahlua. Vodka , Coke)

The Mexican Negroni (White Tequila, Aperol, Sweet Red Vermouth, Orange)


MARTINI

AFTER DINNER DRINK

Gin Martini (gin)

IRISH COFEEE

Dry Martini (vodka)

Irish coffee is a cocktail consisting of hot coffee, whiskey, and topped with cream.

Espresso Martini (vodka) Dirty Martini (gin) G A LWAY P I P E P O R T

Shaken or Stirred

P E N F O L D S G R A N D F AT H E R

tell us how you want it HENNESSY VS COGNAC - DRY OR WITH ICE

BAILEY’S ON ICE


SPIRITS

VODK A:

BOURBON:

Finlandia Belvedere Grey Goose 42 below

Wood Ford Makers Mark 1776 Bourbon Jack Daniels

GIN:

TEQUILA:

Bombay Sapphire Bombay Dry Tanquaray Beefeater Star of Bombay

Cazadores Blanco Cazadores Reposado Atlantico Blanco Atlantico Reserva

SPIRITS

RUM: Bacardi Superior Bacardi Ocho Bacardi 8 Goslings Black Seal Havana 7 havana 3 Kraken Captain Morgan English Harbour Sailor Jerry Rum BRANDY: Hennessy Vs Cognac St Remy

SCOTCH: Monkey Shoulder Bowmore 12 Laphroaig 10 Kilchoman Talisker 10 Jameson johnnie walk red grants MIXERS: coke coke zero sprite soda tonic orange juice cranberry juice


FOOD MENU

COFFEE & TEA

Olives - Bowl

Cappuccino

Pate

Caffé latte

2 Cheese Platter

Flat White

3 Chesse Platter

Hot Chocolate

Salsa with Corn Chips

Espresso

Charcuterie Platter Board

Macchiato

Prosciutto, Salami

Long black CAKES

Tea

Muffins

Pot of Tea

Slices

Soft Drink

Desserts - Variety

Orange Juice Take Away Coffee


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