Cocktails

Margarita 7
Reposado tequila, fresh lime, lemon, salt

Margarita del Dia 8
Your bartender’s seasonal creation!

El Chupacabra 10
Herradura blanco, pomegranate juice, lime, simple syrup, pomegranate salt

La Primavera 9
Luna Azul reposdo tequila, smoked strawberry, balsamic syrup, salt, pepper

Paloma 6
Blanco tequila, grapefruit, soda, salt

Nasty Woman 10
Bombay gin, Cointreau, lemon, egg white, orange peel*

Belly Daquiri 8
Smith & Cross rum, aromatic lime cordial, absinthe

Steel Kitty 9
Goslings Black Seal rum, pineapple, orange, cranberry, Plantation 151 float

Hot Island Ice Tea 8
Crater Lake vodka, Beefeater gin, Bacardi white rum, jalapeno-infused Combier, lemon, Mexican coke

La Michelada 5
Pacifico lager, organic tomato, chili salt, lime

Sangria
Glass – 6 • Half Liter – 12 • Liter – 24


Blanco Tequila

Unaged, Blanco Tequilas are the purest expression of Blue Agave.

Chamucos Blanco 6 / 10
highlands – “a devil” – long, pleasant citrusy finish

Espolón Blanco 8
highlands – “the spur of a fighting cock” tropical fruit, hint of pepper

Fortaleza Blanco 7 / 11
lowlands – Andrew’s personal favorite – the Fortress

Herradura Silver 7 / 11
lowlands – sits in oak barrels for 45 days – notes of vanilla and straw

Lunazul Blanco 5.5
lowlands – our house tequila!

Milagro Silver 7
highlands – sip it, shoot it, mix it, very clean


Reposado Tequila

Rested in barrels for 2 to 11 months, Reposado Tequilas are noted for their smoothness.

Chamucos Reposado 7 / 12
sweetness fades into smokey, lingering vanilla

Espolon Reposado 8
aged 6 months in American oak – long and spicy finish

Fortaleza Reposado 8 / 13
sage and caramel, beautiful oily mouthfeel

Herradura Reposado 6 / 11
SMOOTH – think buttered popcorn

Sauza Hornitos Reposado 7
white pepper, caramel, brine, and cilantro – complex


Anejo Tequila

Rested in barrels from 1 to 3 years, Añejo Tequilas vary greatly depending on the type of wood and time rested. Sip these!

Chamucos Añejo 8 / 14
crisp finish, toasted almond, custard, and cocoa

Herradura Añejo 7 / 12
sweet almond nose, warm spice, hint of butter


Mezcal

Mezcal is made from an agave plant called the Maguey, native to Mexico, and generally comes from the region of Oaxaca, in the south. We love Mezcal! Served neat.

Del Maguey Vida 4 / 8
San Luis Del Rio, Oaxaca – 42%, 100% organic, twice distilled, fruit forward, diesel-y

Del Maguey Minero 8 / 14
Santa Catarina Minas Oaxaca – 49%, an old school still of clay and bamboo imparts distinct floral and figgy flavors

Del Maguey Chichicapa 8 / 14
Chichicapa, Oaxaca – 46%, light nose, full flavor exploding with pineapple, roasted pepper, thyme, dried peach, mint and chocolate


Red Wine

Anciano 2010 Tempranillo 7 / 28

Belezos 2009 Tempranillo 36


White Wine

Castaño 2014, Macabeo Chardonay 8 / 30

Abacela 2012 Southern Oregon Albarino 36


Sparkling Wine

Bodegas Naverán Cava Brut 8 / 30


Draft Beer

Rotating Tap 4.5 (ask your server for tonight’s selection)


Bottled beer

Dos Equis 3.5
Pacifico 3.5
Modelo Especiale 3.5
Negra Modelo 3.5
Kaliber Non-Alcoholic Ale 3.5


Canned beer

Tecate 3
Hamm’s
12oz. suckling 2.5  •  16oz. sow 3  •  24oz. hog 3.5


Other

House-made Lemonade or Limeade 3
Coke, Diet Coke or Sprite 2
Virgil’s Root Beer or Reed’s Ginger Ale 2.5
Iced Tea 2
Coffee / Hot Tea 2
San Pellegrino Sparkling Mineral Water 500ml 2.5