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Signature Cocktails

  • Bluegrass Martini
    Skyy Vodka, Blue Curacao, real blueberry and lemon. Served over frozen blueberries.
  • Sazerac
    A Nawlins’ classic Templeton Rye Whiskey, a whisper of Pernod, Peychaud’s bitters, sugar and a lemon peel on the rocks. Cheers!
  • Margarita
    Corazon Blanco Tequila, Triple Sec and fresh lime juice. A refreshing summertime favorite.
  • Classic Old Fashioned
    Your choice of bourbon, with a splash of simple syrup and a blend of orange and Angostura bitters. Garnished with an orange peel. Not a Wisconsin style old fashioned, no cherry here.
  • Ultimate Manhattan
    Bulleit burbon stirred with Carpano Antica and aromatic bitters. Garnished with an Italian Amarena Cherry.
  • Nolet’s Collins
    A refreshing blend of premium Nolet’s Gin, St. Germain Elderflower liquor, lemonade, & fresh lime.
  • Blue Limeade
    Cruzan Strawberry rum, Hpnotiq, and fresh squeezed lime. Topped off with sparkling water for some razzle dazzle.
  • Bluegrass Hurricane
    Myers’s Dark, Cruzan Coconut, and Light Rums mixed with pineapple, orange, reàl passionfruit, and freshly squeezed lime juice.

Spirits List

-Dine in Only-
ADD $2.50 FOR MARTINI POUR
ADD $1.50 FOR NEAT/ROCKS POURS

TEQUILA

  • Casamigos Añejo
    13.00
  • Casamigos Blanco
    12.00
  • Corazon Blanco
    9.00
  • Don Julio Añejo
    13.00
  • Don Julio Blanco
    12.00
  • Don Julio 1942
    20.00
  • Patron Silver
    11.00
  • Patron Reposado
    11.00
  • Maracame Añejo
    12.00
  • Casa Dragones Blanco
    14.00
  • Clase Azul Reposado
    23.00

MEZCAL

  • Casamigos
    14.00
  • El Jolgorio
    20.00

VODKA

  • Grey Goose
    11.50
  • Grey Goose Orange
    11.50
  • Ketel One
    10.50
  • Ketel One Oranje, Citroen
    10.50
  • Skyy Citrus
    9.50
  • Stolichnaya
    10.50
  • Stolichnaya Cucumber
    10.50
  • Stolichnaya Raspberry
    10.50
  • Stolichnaya Vanilla
    10.50
  • Tito’s
    10.50

GIN

  • Beefeater
    10.00
  • Bombay Sapphire
    11.00
  • Hendricks
    11.50
  • Tanqueray
    10.50

RUM

  • Captain Morgan Spiced
    9.00
  • Cruzan Coconut
    8.50
  • Cruzan Light
    8.50
  • Cruzan Strawberry
    8.50
  • Cruzan Black, Diamond Est.
    10.00
  • Myers’s Dark
    10.00

BRANDY/COGNAC

  • Christian Brothers
    8.50

BOURBON

  • Basil Hayden’s 8 year
    13.00
  • Bulleit
    12.50
  • Elijah Craig, Small Batch
    12.00
  • High West American Prairie
    12.50
  • Jim Beam
    8.50
  • Knob Creek
    12.50
  • Larceny
    12.00
  • Makers Mark
    11.50
  • Woodford Reserve
    13.50
  • Yellow Rose American
    11.50
  • Yellow Rose Outlaw
    14.00

RYE/WHISKEY

  • Bulleit Rye
    12.50
  • High West Double Rye
    12.50
  • Knob Creek Rye
    12.50
  • Templeton Rye
    13.00
  • Slow & Low Rye
    10.00
  • Jack Daniel’s
    10.00

WHISKEY/CANADIAN

  • Canadian Club
    9.00
  • Crown Royal
    11.00
  • Seagram’s "7"
    9.00
  • Seagram’s V. O.
    9.00

WHISKEY/IRISH

  • Jameson
    11.00
  • Tullamore Dew
    10.00

SCOTCH/SINGLE MALT

  • Aberfeldy 12 yr.
    12.00
  • Balvenie 12 yr. Dbl. Wood
    13.00
  • Balvenie 15 yr. Sherry Cask
    16.00
  • Bowmore 15 yr Sherry Cask
    16.00
  • Glenfiddich 12 year
    10.50
  • Glenlevit
    10.50
  • Glenmorangie 10 year
    10.50
  • Glenmorangie Lasanta
    13.00
  • Glenrothes 12 year
    12.00
  • Laphroaig 10 year
    13.00
  • Macallan 12 year
    14.00

SCOTCH/BLENDED

  • J&B
    9.00
  • Chivas Regal
    12.00
  • Cutty Sark
    8.50
  • Dewar’s White Label
    10.00
  • Johnnie Walker Blk Label
    10.50

Wine by the Bottle

-Celebrate dining out with the perfect bottle of wine-

Red Wine

Pinot Noir

  • Baileyana, Firepeak, ’17
    38
    Edna Valley, CA
  • Ken Wright ’17
    40
    Willamette Valley, OR
  • Chalone Vineyard Estate
    40
    Chalone Appellation, CA
  • Portlandia ’19
    44
    Willamette Valley, OR
  • Clos Du Val ’15 Estate
    55
    Carnaros, Napa Valley, CA
  • Dierberg, ’11
    55
    Santa María Valley, CA
  • Emeritus ‘14
    60
    Hallberg Ranch, Russian River, CA
  • Sean Thackery Andromeda
    60
    ‘14 Devils Gulch, CA
  • Hamacher
    70
    ‘17 Willamette Valley, OR
  • Brewer-Clifton, ‘14
    125
    ‘14 Machado Vineyard, St. Rita Hills, CA

Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Kokomo ’18
    40
    Sonoma County, CA
  • Amavi, ’15
    45
    Walla Walla, WA
  • Roth, ’16
    40
    Alexander Valley, CA
  • Arrowood,’14
    52
    Knights Valley, CA
  • Turnbull, ’18
    60
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Faust ’17
    60
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Clos du Val Estate, ’15
    75
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Maldonado Estate, ’09
    95
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Cade, ’17
    95
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, Artemis ’17
    100
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Animo
    125
    ’12 Michael Mondavi, Atlas Peak, CA

Zinfandel

  • Ridge ’16
    65
    Geyserville, Sonoma County, CA

Merlot

  • Northstar, ’12
    55
    Columbia Valley, WA
  • Cakebread, ’13
    75
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Miner, Stagecoach Vineyard, ’07
    82
    Napa Valley, CA

Interesting Reds

  • Andis Painted Fields, ’15
    35
    Cabernet. Syrah Blend, CA
  • Lang & Reed, Cabernet Franc, ’15
    37
    North Coast, CA
  • Maryhill ’15 Cabernet Franc
    48
    Columbia Valley, WA
  • Gramercy Cellars, ’15
    52
    Syrah, Columbia Valley, WA
  • Ehlers Estate, ’15
    65
    Ehlers Estate, ’15
  • Alexander Valley ’14 Cyrus
    85
    Sonoma County, CA

White Wine

Chardonnay

  • Valravn ’16
    40
    Sonoma County, CA
  • Emblem ’17
    40
    Napa Valley, CA
  • PlumpJack ’18
    55
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Rochioli ’18
    65
    Russian River Valley, CA

Sauvignon Blanc

  • High Valley, ’19
    35
    CA
  • Galerie, ’17, Equitem
    40
    Sonoma County, CA
  • Animo ’17, Michael Mondavi
    80
    Napa Valley, CA

Pinot Gris

  • Lemelson ’17
    40
    Tikka’s Run, Willamette Valley OR
  • Maldonado, ‘15
    40
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Ponzi, ’18
    42
    Rogue Valley, OR

Interesting Whites

  • Foxen, ’16, Chenin Blanc
    45
    Santa Maria Valley, CA

Half Bottles

-Each 375ml bottle contains 2 glasses-

  • Alexander Valley Estate, ’18,
    25
    Chardonnay, Sonoma, CA
  • Alexander Valley Estate, ’17
    25
    Cab. Sauvignon, Sonoma, CA
  • Shafer One Point Five, ’17
    40
    Cab. Sauvignon, Napa Val., CA

Corkage fee $15 per bottle

Domestic Wines over 10 years old, No Corkage Fee (one n/c bottle per table)

Wines By The Glass

Red Wines

  • Broadside, ’18
    12/44
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Paso Robales, CA
  • Iron and Sand ’18
    14/48
    Paso Robles, CA
  • Stone Street, ’16
    18/68
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Val. CA
  • Portlandia ’19 Pinot Nor
    12/44
    Willamette Valley, OR
  • Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon ’19
    25/75
    Napa Valley, CA
  • Tuck Beckstoffer Mad Hatter, ’17
    15/48
    Napa, Valley CA
  • Scouts Honor ’17
    16/60
    Zinfandel Blend, Napa Valley, CA

White Wines

  • Stephan Vincent, ’18
    12/44
    Chardonnay, CA
  • Neyers, ’18
    14/48
    Chardonnay, Sonoma County, CA
  • Raymond, ’19
    12/44
    Sauvignon Blanc, CA
  • Portlandia, ‘17
    12/44
    Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley, OR
  • Round Pond ’19
    14/48
    Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley, CA
  • Lone Birch’18
    12/44
    Riesling, Yakima Valley, WA
  • Copain ’17
    12/44
    Rose, CA
  • Opolo
    12/44
    Sparkling Wine, CA

While Supplies Last:

$5 Fresh All-American Beer

  • Atlantic Brewing, Tavern Pale, Chicago IL
    5.00
    “It’s Milderized” Brewed Exclusively for Bluegrass, with the family recipe dating back to the early 1920’s ABV 4.5%
  • Spiteful Brewing, Alley Time Pale Ale, Chicago, IL
    5.00
    It’s that time of day that all the bike messengers know. It’s Simcoe and Pilsner malt. It’s Alley Time.
  • Buckle Down Brewing, Party Pillow, Hefeweizen, Lyons, IL
    5.00
    A pale, refreshing German-style wheat beer, A dry finish and fluffy mouth feel. Authentic German yeast provides the distinctive banana and clove. ABV 5.3%
  • Bell’s Brewery, Amber Ale Kalamazoo, MI
    5.00
    Toasted and sweet caramel notes from carefully selected malts, balanced with herbal and citrus hop aromas. ABV 5.8%
  • Tighthead Brewing, Bear’s Choice, IPA, Mundelein, IL
    5.00
    A blend of 7 different malts including aromatic, melanoidin, and carastan creates a malty sweet flavors and aromas ranging from blueberry, papaya, and tangerine to fresh pine and dank resin. ABV 6.3% IBU 75
  • Ravinia Brewing, Steep Ravine, IPA, Highland Park, IL
    5.00
    magically packed with citrus piquancy, aromatic pine, and plenty of adventure… so enjoy this hop-forward, smooth-drinking ride!  ABV 7.25% IBU 40

Bottles & Cans

Lighter Styles

  • Spiteful Brewing
    5
    Lager, ABV 5% Chicago, IL
  • Spiteful Brewing, Bleacher Bum
    4
    ABV 5%, Chicago, IL
  • 4 Hands Brewing, Full Life
    5
    Lager, ABV 4.5%, St. Louis, MO
  • Spiteful Brewing, Tangerine Radler
    4
    ABV 2.7%, Chicago, IL
  • Coronado Brewing
    4
    Orange Avenue Wit, ABV 2.7%, San Diego, CA

Ambers, IPAs & Pale Ales

  • Haymarket Brewing Hazy is Lazy IPA
    5
    ABV 6.8%, Chicago, IL
  • Deschutes, Mirror Pond
    4
    Pale Ale, ABV 5% IBU 40, Bend, OR
  • Rogue, Dead Guy Ale
    4
    Amber, ABV 6.8% IBU 40, Newport, OR
  • Toppling Goliath, Pseudo Sue
    6
    Pale Ale ABV 6.8% IBU 45 Decorah, IA
  • Toppling Goliath, Pompeii
    6
    IPA, ABV 5.8% IBU 50 Decorah, IA
  • Bells Brewing Hopslam
    9
    Double IPA, ABV 10% Comstock, MI

Big & Rich Flavors

  • Breckenridge, Vanilla Porter
    4
    ABV 4.7% IBU 17 Denver, CO
  • Ravina Brewing, Baldwin Porter
    5
    ABV 6.25% IBU 25, Highland Park, IL

Ciders & Sours

  • Odell, Sippin’ Pretty, Sour
    4
    ABV 4.5% Fort Collins, CO
  • Stem, Raspberry Apple Cider
    4
    ABV 6.7% Denver, CO

Non-Alcoholic

  • O’Doul’s, Amber
    4
    Non-Alcoholic Lager, MO

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