Drinks Menu

Specialty Cocktails

Valley Rock Bloody Mary – $12
Vodka, Valley Rock Special Bloody Mary Recipe

Dark & Stormy – $12
Blackpool Spiced Rum, Fresh Lime, Ginger Beer

Cucumber Apero – $12
Dry Vermouth, Elderflower Liqueur, Cucumber Bitters, Prosecco

Spicy Bee- $12
Catskill Honey Whiskey, Lemon Juice, Jalapeno simple syrup, Maple Chili Rim

Blood Orange Medley – $12
Bourbon, Fresh Pressed Blood Orange Juice, Caffo Red bitters.

Red, White or Rose Sangria – $12/gl or $36/pitcher
Fruit infused crowd pleaser with a touch of sweetness

Margaritas – all $12
Classic
Azteca Azule, Naranja, Fresh Lime Juice, Housemade Simple syrup

Spicy
Azteca Azule, Naranja, Fresh Lime Juice, splash of pineapple
Housemade Jalapeno Simple syrup

Beers on Draft
Crossroads Brewing Co Lager – Athens, New York – $6
A crowd pleasing clean, crisp lager

Von Trapp Brewing Helles Lager – Stowe, Vermont -$6
Golden lager with a floral hop aroma with a bready malt balance

Bronx Brewery Well Earned Pilsner – Bronx, New York – $6
A refreshing pilsner brings a little bite with hops that add subtle spicy and citrus flavors

Von Trapp Brewing Berliner Weisse – Stowe, Vermont – $6
This traditional style is a cloudy, slightly tart beer brewed with wheat and barley malt.

Sloop Brewing Co Juice Bomb – Fishkill, New York – $8
Juicy, Hazy, New England Style IPA with tropical notes

Sixpoint Brewery Co Bengali IPA – Brooklyn, New York – $8
Earthy, hoppy IPA with malt and caramel flavors. Medium high bitterness

Beer/Cider by the Bottle

Narragansett – $6
Clean, bright and refreshing, an easy thirst quencher

Troegs Sunshine Pils – $6
Nice crisp pilsner with mild floral notes.

Bell’s Oktoberfest Marzen, Kalamazoo, Michigan – $6
A lightly floral and herbal beer with hop aromas and lightly toasted malt

Bell Two Hearted American Style IPA – Kalamazoo,
Michigan – $6
An IPA is bursting with hop aromas. Perfectly balanced with a malt backbone.

Long Trail Brewing Co. Limbo IPA – Vermont – $8
Tropical notes, malty sweetness and citrusy grapefruit

Allagash White-Maine – $6
Spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel, this beer is fruity, and refreshing

Left Hand Brewing Co Milk Stout Nitro – Longmont
Colorado – $8
Dark & delicious, Milk Stout Nitro offers aromas of brown sugar and vanilla cream, with hints of roasted coffee.

Kentucky Bourbon Ale – $8
A fine sipping ale with distinctive nose of bourbon, vanilla and oak

Doc’s Draft, Hard Apple Cider – $6
This cider is semi-dry with a fresh apple nose. Crisp, fruit forward taste and a clean, refreshing finish.

Doc’s Draft, Hard Pear Cider – $6
This light bodied cider displays crisp pear flavors and a soft apple undertone, backed by hints of honey and spice.

Farnum Hill Farmhouse Dry Cider -$6
A clean appetizing cider with touchs of sweetness, tart and fruit

Non Alcoholic Beers
Athletic Brewing Co Upside Dawn Golden Ale -Stratford, Connecticut – $6
Refreshing, clean, balanced, light-bodied beer with floral and earthy notes

Athletic Brewing Co Run Wild IPA – Stratford,
Connecticut – $6
hazy body will lemon citrus aromas and medium hoppy bitterness

Wines by the Glass

Rose
Bridge Lane, Long Island, $12
Dry rosé wine with fresh strawberry, peach and watermelon notes. Cabernet Franc based

Sparkling
Stella Prosecco – $12
Crisp and clean, with aromas of fresh cut white flowers and crisp apple

Blanc De Blancs, Raventos, Catalonia, Spain, 2017 – $12
Mouthwatering acidity and a delicate mousse with flavors of crunchy green pear, salted almond and cherry

Cava Brut Rose, Conquilla, Spain – $12
A velvety, delicate wine on the palate with white fruit and orange flavors along with nutty hints of almond

Whites
La Moussiere, Sancerre Tradition, France 2017 – $18
Classic expression of the appellation with aromas and flavors of citrus, fresh herbs and elderflower.

Palladio Bianco, Italy – $12
Refreshing acidity and an inviting nose of apple and floral notes.

Aloise Lageder, Pinot Grigio Terra Alpina, Alto Adige, ‘19 – $12
A youthful, floral and citrus focused white

Delaye, St. Veran Les Pierres Grises, France 2017 – $12
Beautiful Chardonnay of bright citrus framed by a backbone of clean acidity and minerality.

Von Winning Sauvignon Blanc, Pfalz, Germany – $12
Citrus and grapefruit fruit flavors mingle with subtle floral tones.

Grüner Veltliner ‘Am Berg’, Bernhard Ott Wagram, 2017Austria – $12
Grapefruit peel notes mingle with herbs and lemongrass with a salty savoriness and long dry finish.

Albarino, Granbazan Etiqueta Verde, Spain 2017
Plenty of bright pear, grapefruit and melon character. Flinty and juicy and really fresh.

Chilled Red Wine
Paolo Scavino Vin Rosso, Piemonte, ‘19 -$12
Brilliant ruby-red with delicate aromas of red cherries and spices. Fresh and easy on the nose and the palate.

Reds
Adelsheim Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, ‘18 – $18
A ripe and stylish Oregon pinot with bright red cherry and raspberry notes.

Valravn, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2017, Sonoma County – $12
Cassis, black cherry and blackberry fruit with opulent notes of dark chocolate, espresso roast, and graphite

Aldo Rainoldi, Rosso di Valtellina San Gregorio – $12
A rich aroma with hints of flowers and fresh berries. well-balanced, fragrant & particularly drinkable.

Domaine Lafond, Lirac Rouge, France 2017 -$12
Baby Châteauneuf Du Pape! – A powerful and well-built wine, with a complex nose of vanilla, fruits, and cherries.

Premium Wine by the Glass (served using Coravin)

Brunello di Montalcino, Lisini, Italy, ‘14 – $25
91 points James Suckling
Ripe darker cherries and plums with violets and cedar, with core of bright cherries

Cabernet Sauvignon, Crossbarn by Paul Hobbs,
Napa Valley, 2017 – $25
93 point James Suckling
‘Hint of menthol. Full-bodied, round and flavorful. Yet, it’s not overdone. Ready to drink! Tastes like a Napa cab for double the price.’

Wines by the Bottle

Rose
Figuiere Rose 2017 – $45
Classic Provence Rose with aromas and flavors of strawberies, orange peel, and white flowers.

White
Petit Chablis, Bernard Defaix, 2018 – $50
Pure nose combines notes of white flowers, various citrus influences and good Chablis typicity

Alma Rosa Chardonnay – Sta. Rita Hills 2016 -$55
Bright, fresh Chardonnay with flavors of meyer lemon, almond and Asian pear.

Hautes Côtes de Beaune ‘Sous Eguisons’, Jean-Noël Gagnard,
France, ‘16 – $55
A lovely, focused, fresh white Burgundy with lemony fruit and a tangy, stony minerality.

Suavia, Monte Carbonare, Soave, Italy, ‘17 – $55
A creamy and elegant wine with aromas of citrus, herbs, and mineral notes; refreshing with a dry and persistent finish.

White Blend Old Vines, Mullineux, Swartland, South Africa, 18 – $60
Rich and plump, with notes of pineapple, yellow apple and almond

Red
Zuccardi Q Malbec, Valle de Uco 2017 – $45/bottle
Pure black plum with spice notes and a juicy finish make for a quaffable easy drinking red.

Chianti Classico, Rocca di Montergrossi, Italy, ‘17 – $45
Blueberries and cherries with floral and cocoa-powder undertones

Château Beauséjour, Montagne Saint-Émilion 2012 $50/bottle
Delicious notes of ripe black fruits and spices and a slight hint of cocoa in the background.

Wines by the Bottle

Zinfandel ‘Angeli’, Marietta, Alexander Valley, USA, ‘16 – $50
A savory expression of Zinfandel, with plenty of cedar, tobacco, licorice, and herb nuances

Cabernet Sauvignon, Klein Constantia, South Africa, ‘16 – $55
Lush, minty blackcurrant fruit. Nice weight on the palate with a spicy edge and refined black fruits

Grenache, A Tribute to Grace, Santa Barbera County, ‘17 – $55
Sleek and supple, with elegantly layered rose petal, raspberry, cinnamon and cherry flavors

Pinot Noir, Shaw + Smith, Adelaide Hills, Australia – $65
Juicy cranberries, cinnamon and bergamot, with rhubarb
over a savory core

Pinot Noir, Fort Ross Vineyard, Fort Ross Winery,
Sonoma Coast, ‘15 – $85
Complex red and black fruits, dried herbs, flowers, and a touch of salty minerality

Brunello di Montalcino, Lisini, Italy, ‘14 – $95
Ripe darker cherries and plums with violets and cedar, with core of bright cherries

Cabernet Sauvignon, Cliff Lede, Stag’s Leap, Napa Valley,
USA, ‘16 -$95
Deftly combines boldness with elegance offering aromas and flavors of black fruit, anise, and oak

Champagne
Paul Laurent Brut $58/bottle
Light yellow in color with fine regular bubbles a fruity nose of pear, citrus fruit, and fresh grapes.

Paul Lauren Brut Rose $58/bottle
Bright, berry fruit aromas and a rich mouth-filling texture.