December 5th  12
A holiday we can all enjoy, December 5th is the day prohibition was
Olmeca Altos Plata Tequila, Triple Sec, Fresh Lime Juice, House-made
Jalapeno and Mint Simple Syrup

Racket Buster 13
Named after the famous Boston cop James Sheehan, a “good honest”
blend of spirits.
Ketel One Vodka, Aperol, Yellow Chartreuse, Fresh Lemon Juice,
Peychauds bitters

Kennedy’s Patriarch 12
New England Royalty, the Kennedy’s Patriarch is named for
Joseph P. Kennedy’s prohibition era bootlegging, bringing fine spirits
to the people of Boston and keeping our cocktail history alive.
Ketel Oranj, Stirrings Apple Liqueur, Fresh Lemon Juice,Simple Syrup,
Apple Juice, Egg White*.


The Striped Pig 13
Come one! Come all! Behold the Striped Pig! Though direct sales of
alcohol were illegal, a resident acquired a license to show his pig with
painted stripes. The tickets sold for 3 cents a piece. The loophole was
that every ticket came with a free alcoholic punch.
Belle de Brillet Pear Liqueur, Ketel One Citron, Fresh Lime Juice.

Home Brew 13
House-made Barrel-Aged Cocktail even Carrie Nation could enjoy.
Ask Your Server for Available Selections.

Pauline’s Punch 10
Housemade Punch Changes Seasonally

House Made Sangria 10


Archer’s Evening Law
In Honor Of Gleason Archer Sr.
Cold River Blueberry Vodka, Fresh Basil, Fresh Lemon Juice,
Simple Syrup

Jonava Flip 11
Jonava Is What The “In-crowd” Used To Call Gin In Colonial Boston.
Beefeater Gin, Triple Sec, Simple Syrup, Fresh Lemon Juice,
Egg White*

Million Dollar Cop 14
Our Tribute To A Major Prohibition Figure.
Hendricks Gin, Raspberry Cordial, Chambord, Fresh Lemon Juice,
Prosecco, Egg White*

Old Fashioned – 1806 12
Bulleit Rye, Demerara Syrup, Angostura

Sidecar – Paris WWI  14
Hennessey, Cointreau, Fresh Lemon Juice

Hemingway Daquiri – Havana 1930’s  12
Brugal Extra Dry Rum, Maraschino Liqueur, Fresh Lime juice,
Grapefruit Juice, Simple Syrup, Housemade Grenadine

Between the Sheets – Paris, 1930’s  12
Deville Brandy, Benedictine, Triple Sec, Fresh Lemon Juice

Sazerac – New Orleans 1859  11
Dickle Rye, Simple Syrup, Peychaud’s Bitters, Pernod

Pisco Sour – Lima, 1920’s  12
Macchu Pisco, Fresh Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Egg White*, Angostura

Gin Fizz – 1920’s  13
Spring 44 Gin, Simple Syrup, Fresh Lime Juice, Egg White*, Soda Water

Pink Lady – 1910’s  12
Hendricks Gin, Housemade Grenadine, Simple Syrup, Heavy Cream

Bee’s Knees – 1920’s  13
Plymouth Gin, Honey, Fresh Lemon Juice


The Royal Exchange
The Royal Exchange Is Named After The Tavern Which Burnt To The
Ground In The Mid 19th Century.
Bulleit Bourbon, Peach Liqueur, Orange And Cranberry Juices

The L.L. Cap 13
This Cocktail Mixes An Ingredient With A Place In History. In 1888,
Boston Enacted The Liquor License Cap To Control The Liquor Industry.
Brugal Especial 1888, Maraschino Liqueur, Fresh Lemon Juice,
House-made Grenadine, Regan’s Blood Orange Bitters

The Brass Rail 12
This Cocktail Got Its Name From The Common Boston Practice Of Taking
Stools Away From Bars, Forcing The Patrons To Set A Foot On A Brass Rail;
If They’d Had Too Much, They Would Wobble On It, Giving The Bartender
The Sign To Cut Them Off.
Rhum Clement, Ginger Liqueur, Fresh Lime Juice, Pineapple Juice