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A Great Old One: The Hot Toddy

With debated origins between the 1780s and the early 1800s, the Hot Toddy seems a ubiquitous ameliorative for both cold weather and the every day cold. Reasonably so, since, no matter that this cocktail is almost 200 years old, it never fails to keep you warm or sooth a sore

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House of Picon: The Liberal Cocktail

George Kappeler published the first recipe for the Liberal Cocktail in 1895, and we’re offering our version as part of the Amer Picon cocktail flight. The original Amer Picon “grand bitter” has been effectively lost through brand and recipe changes over the last 180 years so, per our regular modus

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It’s time for a decadent shared plate.

We feel it is time to bring a decadent, bountiful, first class cheese plate back to downtown and we’re proud to up the stakes with this offering. This beautiful black walnut board is packed with mousse, pate, and salumi, soft, aged, and gorgeous cheeses, bright pickles and an array of

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Alberta Campfire

According to archeological evidence, Paleoindian campsites first appeared in Canada around 13,000 years ago.  Quartzite tools, such as arrow- and spear-heads, mark these camping grounds.  Our Alberta Campfire draws inspiration from these aboriginal people.  We use a long-forgotten North American spirit, straight apple brandy, and slowly infuse it with freshly

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