Blog Posts

South America Flight: Pisco Punch

One of the most perfect punches you’ll encounter is the Pisco Punch.  This punch is easily 150 years old, possibly finding its origins on coastal ocean steamers traveling up the Pacific coast of the Americas from Peru to California.  Unquestionably, though, this punch was made famous at the Bank Exchange,

Read More »

Historical Flight: Ernest Hemingway

Few cultural figures in the last century have brought cocktail and spirit culture into the limelight the way that Ernest Hemingway did.  This monumental figure in 20th century literature was also a famous drinker, incorporating his love for all things alcoholic (and, often, bitter) into his stories and his life. 

Read More »

Pineapple & Coriander

Roasted pineapple, cilantro, lemon, lime leaf Honkaku-style kome shochu, chambéry blanc, pineapple curry shrub, cilantro, kaffir lime leaf liqueur, bogart bitters Adapted from the recipe for Kaeng Khua Saparot, or “Pineapple Fried Curry,” the Pineapple & Coriander cocktail is crafted with a two-week old shrub made from pineapples, coriander seeds,

Read More »

New Desserts, July 2019

Our July desserts have arrived, and they are perfect for the gruesome heat we’re having this month!  A Vanilla Panna Cotta is a silky summer treat, a final finesse to end your meal and your day.  A hemisphere of sexy, smooth vanilla panna cotta is the heart of this dish,

Read More »

Cocktail Flight: South America

South America’s indigenous spirits and regional drinking traditions are often ignored on the international bartending stage.  We, however, cannot get enough of the random, distant, and unfamiliar when it comes to spirits and cocktails.  From regional variations of the changuirongo to the encyclopedic world of mezcal, we heart all things

Read More »

Summer Food Menu

The heat of the summer is here, and while us Kentuckians know that means imminent storms that never appear, gruesome humidity, and gorgeous evenings, it also means we’re in the absolute height of Kentucky produce season.  The farmers’ market overfloweth, and we are often the beneficiaries of our farmers’ good

Read More »
Recent Posts
Search Posts