10.00Pliny’s TonicGin, lime, cucumber, mint, habanero tincture our most popular original cocktail.what can we say? Texans like the heat. Bobby heugel
9.00Whistle StopGin, green tomato, lemon, salt tincture, dill, seltzer far from a bloody mary, this refreshing take on a collins is divine.kenny freeman
12.00Maycomb MockingbirdMyrtle and muscadine infused gin, strega, blanc vermouth, dimmi, decanter bitters boozy, summery, and southern.ornella ashcraft
12.00Gatling BarrelRye, smoked byrrh, scotch, pisco, curacao, peychaud’s and angostura bitters an assertive manhattan adaptation.alba huerta
9.00Fredericksburg FlipBourbon, becherovka, lemon, hefeweizen, egg, cacao sarsaparilla bittersa nod to our german beer heritage.matt tanner
10.00The TrotterBourbon, gran classico, kina, carolina shrub, lemon, pineapple a refreshing take on carolina acidity.hal brock
9.00Dewberry SwizzleNicaraguan rum, lime, falernum, dewberry jam we will be rotating local fruit through rum swizzles all summer.matt tanner
12.00Bald Cypress RegattaHouse four r(h)um blend, aperol, cane syrup, absinthe the south is the north to the carribean.we sure enjoy their upward shipments.carlos ballon
10.00The RestHopping john tequila, dominican rum, batavia arrack, allspice dram, che dau trang yes, this is the odd one on the menu.new american creole invades the south.mike criss
9.00Froberg’s QuarrelBlanco tequila por mi amante, agave nectar, orange flower water, bergamot bitters local strawberryinfused tequila and flowers may sound friendly, but this sneaks up on you.alba huerta
12.00The BraveMezcal, sotol, averna, curacao, angostura bitters anvil's house cocktail only for the brave, always on our menu. Not exactly southern, but lots of southern attitude.bobby heugel
10.00Jackson JulepCalvados, applejack, kina, date, cinnamon, mint there is no cocktail more iconic in the south than the julep. Please enjoy our delicious seasonal offering.alba huerta
12.00Savannah DelugeCognac, madeira, root, maple syrup, peychaud’s bitters ask chris about the interesting history of madeira in the south.chris frankel
Summer of the South
9.00Pimms CupPimm’s no. 1, lemon, dry gin, cucumber, seltzer a cult favorite we're afraid to take it off the menu. We'd like to note, however, that this original cocktail, which has become houston's version of the drink, is more akin to pimm's collins.sazerac rye, tubrinado, absinthe,
10.00Peychaud’s BittersAs new orleans is the most iconic cocktail city in the south, it's only appropriae we serve its most iconic cocktail.
9.00Chatham Artillery PunchBourbon, jamaican rum, cognac, lemon, champagne seriously how could we not serve a punch created by a georgian militia in the 1800's?
8.00Madeira CobblerMadeira, orange, apricot cobblers are often ignored classics, perfect for southern summers. If you get the chance, please visit bellocq in new orleans, a bar that specializes in these cocktails, among others.
12.00Georgia Mint JulepCognac, peach brandy, turbinado, mint our modern adaptation of the georgian classic is another example of how diverse the julep can be.
10.00Seelbach Cocktail Bourbon, Curacao, Champagne,Angostura and peychaud’s bitters one of bobby's favorite southern classics from the seelbach hotel in louisville, kentucky. You can still get one there today.
9.00Mississippi PunchAgricole rhum, rye, cognac, lemon, angostura bitters a retooled version of the classic cocktail originally published in 1862, but with a lost history that goes back much further.
12.00Absinthe SuissesseAbsinthe, orgeat, heavy cream, egg white, orange flower water a classic new orleans brunch cocktail...but honestly, what form of alcohol isn't considered brunch in new orleans?
9.00Tequila” SunriseSotol, lemon, cassis, grenadine yes, the tequila sunrise is tasty cocktail with an interesting history. A border drink during prohibition, texans would cross cross the rio to get a fix.the cocktail was likely made with local agave spirits, which in this region, would have been sotol.