liquor

Beers

Corona Extra

6.00

Coors Light

5.00

Miller Light

5.00

Kingfisher

6.00

Blue Moon

6.00

Bira Blonde

6.00

Bira white

6.00

Bira IPA

6.00

Taj Mahal Small

6.00

Taj Mahal Large

10.00

Flying Horse

10.00

Budweiser

5.00

Bud Light

5.00

Heineken

6.00

Stella Artois

6.00

Draught

Coors Light

4.00

Bud Light

4.00

Stella

6.00

Yuengling

5.00

White Wines

Dazante Pinot Grigio (Italy)

(Produced with the grapes from Alpine Foothills, this dry and fruity wine is an excellent partner with seafood and white meat dishes)

8 / 30

Matanzaz Creek Sauvignon Blanc (Sonama County, CA)

(Vivid floral aromas and lively flavors of passion fruit, honeydew melon & grapefruit, Crisp and refreshing finish)

11 / 40

Schlink Haus Reisling (German)

(Fruits wine from Rhine valley in Germany. Pairs great with seafood, chicken & salad)

8 / 30

Mercer Family Chardonnay (Washington, USA)

(A dry, medium- to full-bodied wine with moderate acidity from Horse Haven Hills, pairs well with vegetarian food like spinach, potato & Red meat)

9 / 34

Grgich Hills Chardonnay (Napa Valley, CA)

By the Bottle
(Crisp yet rich, with ripe pear, toasted almonds & a note of minerality, pairs with fresh seafood, roasted & grilled chicken)

92.00

Rodney Strong Charlotte’s Home Sauvignon Blanc (Sonoma County, CA)

(Light, crisp & highly aromatic Sonoma County style Sauvignon Blanc, flavors radiates bright citrus, peach & exotic tropical flavor)

11 /40

Rodney Strong Chalk Hill Chardonnay (Sonoma County, CA)

(Grapes grown in the volcanic ashen soil, French oak-fermented displays yellow apple, pie spice aromas with a hint of minerality)

13 / 46

Sebastani Zinfandel (North Coast, Sonoma County)

(Deep ruby in the glass with glints of violet. The nose is a juicy marriage of raspberry, cranberry, pomegranate, dark chocolate, vanilla and cedar. The flavors are ripe, elegant and structured)

12 / 44

Canella Prosecco (Italy)

Bottle
(Superiore, Extra dry White Sparkling wine)

9.00

Pol Remy Brut (France)

Bottle
(Sparkling wine)

30.00

House Chardonnay

5 / 18

House Pinot Grigio

5 / 18

Red Wines

Greystone Merlot (California)

(An everyday wine with spicy black pepper aromas, black cherry & vanilla that pairs with variety of food)

9 / 34

Noble Vines 337 Cabernet Sauvignon (California)

(Cultivated in California, with rice full bodied cherry, blackberry notes & suave tannins, pairs with red meat)

9 / 34

Sterling Pinot Noir (California)

(A well-balanced wine with the hint of savory black cherry, raspberry & earth cocoa notes, pairs well with chicken, seafood, and vegetable curries)

9 / 34

Hahn Estate Culinary Pinot Noir (Arroyo Seco, Monterey County)

(This Pinot Noir offers aromas of cherry, ripe strawberry, and pomegranate with hints of white pepper and toasty oak. An explosion of red fruit including strawberry, cherry, and raspberry welcome the palate, finishing with a touch of earthy notes, refined tannins and a soft mouthfeel)

12 / 44

Josh Cabernet Sauvignon (California)

(A full-bodied has the flavors of blackberry, toasted hazelnut & cinnamon)

12 / 44

Josh Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve (California)

(A wine which is bold and expressive with plum & blackberry flavors, layered with smoky vanilla wood, roasted almond and hazelnuts)

14 / 52

Jordon Cabernet (California)

By the Bottle
(The palate is filled with flavors of black currants and plum that lead seamlessly to silky tannins and black cherry notes. Blackberry, Mission fig and black cherry notes linger on the finish. The combination of elegance and intensity)

135.00

Cakebread Cabernet Sauvignon (California)

By the Bottle
(Beautifully structured on the palate, it boasts intense, concentrated, dark berry and cassis flavors balanced by supple, well-knit tannins and a long, flavorful finish with fine acidity and savory mocha tones)

165.00

Layer Cake Malbec (Argentina)

(The main fruit flavors in a glass are blackberry, plum, and black cherry. The nuanced flavors offer milk chocolate, cocoa powder, violet flowers, leather, and a sweet tobacco finish.)

12 / 44

R collection by Raymond Merlot (California)

(Lot #2 Merlot is a full-bodied yet approachable with smooth cherry, raspberry & plum flavors with a hint of earth & spice)

9 / 34

House Cabernet

5 / 18

House Merlot

5 / 18

Vodkas

Standard Pour is 2oz / 60ml

Absolut

10.00

Titos

10.00

Grey Goose

12.00

Ketel One

12.00

Belvedere

12.00

Stolichnaya

10.00

Gins

Standard Pour is 2oz / 60ml

Tanqueray

10.00

Hendricks

12.00

Bombay Sapphire

12.00

Beefeater

10.00

Monkey 47

14.00

Tequilas

Standard Pour is 2oz / 60ml

Jose Cuervo GOLD

10.00

Patron Anejo

14.00

Patron Silver

13.00

Don Julio Blanco

13.00

Don Julio Reposado

14.00

Blended Whiskeys

Standard Pour is 2oz / 60ml

Johnnie Black

11.00

Dewars

9.00

Chivas Regal 12yrs

11.00

Chivas Regal 18yrs

16.00

Highland Park 12yrs

13.00

Jameson

10.00

Crown Royal

10.00

John Walker Gold

15.00

John Walker Blue

35.00

Chivas Royal Salute

35.00

Bourbon & Tennessees

Standard Pour is 2oz / 60ml

Jack Daniel

10.00

Makers Mark

10.00

Woodford Reserve

10.00

Jim Beam

9.00

Knob Creek

11.00

Single Malts

Standard Pour is 2oz / 60ml

Macallan 12yrs

15.00

Macallan 15yrs

22.00

Glenlivet 12yrs

12.00

Glenlivet 15yrs

16.00

Glenfiddich 12yrs

12.00

Glenfiddich 15yrs

16.00

Glenfiddich 18yrs

22.00

Glenfiddich 21yrs

28.00

Oban 14yrs

16.00

Balvenie 12yrs

14.00

Balvenie 14yrs

16.00

Balvenie 17yrs

30.00

Laphroaig 10yrs

15.00

Rampur Indian Single malt

16.00

Rums

Standard Pour is 2oz / 60ml

Captain Morgan

10.00

Myer’s Dark Rum

10.00

Malibu

10.00

Bacadi

10.00

Cognacs

Standard Pour is 2oz / 60ml

Hennessey VS

11.00

Remy Martin VSOP

13.00

Courvoisier

10.00

Sherry & Ports

Cockburn Tawny Port

12.00

Osborne Sherry

9.00

Liqueurs

Baileys Irish Cream

9.00

Southern Comfort

9.00

Midori

10.00

Frangelico

10.00

Disaronno Amaretto

10.00

Romana Sambuca

10.00

Kahlua

10.00

Aperol

10.00

Campari

10.00

Chambord

10.00

Grand Marnier

11.00

Cointreau

11.00

St Germaine

11.00

Godiva

12.00

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