Cocktails & Wine
made of vegetables, changes seasonally
all cocktails $17 (includes tip)
gin, grapefruit-fennel cordial, sparkling wine
vodka or gin, pickled radish
gin, cucumber, dolin blanc, jm shrubb lemon, absinthe
tequila, green chartreuse, cactus juice, lime
Celery Paper Plane
bourbon, cappelletti, hose amaro, celery, lemon
Betabel de Matamoros
mezcal, acho reyes, house amaro, beet juice
scotch, carrot, amaro nonino lemon, orange bitters
a shot of chilld vodka and a shot of pickle juice
we only serve wine made by women
Bubbles & Pink Things
NV Champagne, Tarlant Brut Nature ‘Zero’ Vallee de la Marne,
Champagne, France. Melanie Tarlant, a 12th-generation vigneronne, delivers an elegant, exceptionally crisp champagne.
NV Chardonnay, Crémant du Jura Brut
Valerie Tissot, Arbois, Jura, France. Mineral-driven and supple bubbly from Ms. Tissot and her brother Jean-Christophe, whose Jura roots run deep.
2017 Montepulciano, “Mezzorosa”
Valentina Passalacqua, Puglia, Italy. Ms. Passalacqua’s Montepulciano rosato is bursting with blood orange, nectarine, and eucalyptus. Springtime, if only for a moment.
2017 Nerello Mascalese, “Vigorosa”
Romeo del Castello, Mt. Etna, Sicily. Red-fruited, richly textured Nerello Mascalese rosato from mother-daughter team Rosanna Romeo and Chiara Vigo. Hints of smoke and hearty herbs.
2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Clairet
Château Massereau, Bordeaux, France. The Chaigneau family makes this Clairet, a style of dark rosé from Bordeaux that dates back six centuries, when most Bordeaux reds were as lightly extracted.
2017 Parellada, “Experiencia” Succes Vinicola
Conca de Barbera, Catalonia, Spain. Mariona Vendrell and Albert Canela are benchmark producers of still Parellada, a grape used to blend the ubiquitous Cava. Youthful and unrestrained.
2015 Riesling, “Kabinett Riesling Trocken”
Sybille Kuntz, Mosel, Germany. Ms. Kuntz grew up among the vines and now helms her own winery at the heart of the Mosel valley. Her Kabinett Riesling is bone-dry, with petrol, flint, and saucy green notes.
2016 Chardonnay, Domaine Oudin
Chablis, France. From the family domaine near the village of Chichée, the Oudin sisters deliver a classic, elegant Chablis.
2017 Malvasia, “Vej Bianco Antico” Podere Pradarolo
Emilia, Italy. Beastly, ancient Malvasia macerated on the skins for 90(!) days until every last drop of power is absorbed. Orange blossom water, elderflower, and raw honey permeate and bite back.
2017 Viura, Sierra de Tolono Rioja Blanco
Rioja, Spain. Seashell, gravel, and white flowers. Biodynamic Rioja from Sandra Bravo’s beloved high elevation, super windy vineyards.
2017 Pinot Gris “Ramato” Donkey & Goat
Napa Valley, California. Strawberry, spice, and everything nice. Napa Pinot Gris in the style of Friulian “ramato”.
2017 Pinot Blanc, “Vin de Days” Day Wines
Willamette Valley, Oregon. Breezy orchard fruit, flint, and crispy clean lines. Oregon native Brianne Day is inspired by the field blends of Alsace.
2017 Gruner/Welchriesling, “Theodora” Gut Oggau
Burgenland, Austria. Overperforming wine from Burgenland, near Lake Neuseidl. Exotic fruits with pepper spice and a bracing acidity. Bottled by Eduard and Stephanie Tscheppe with a small dose of CO2 to ward against evil.
2015 Silvaner, “Wilde Heimat” 2Naturkinder
Franken, Bavaria, Germany. The oft-misunderstood Silvaner grape is the darling of Franken, where Melanie Drese and Michael Volker work their magic. This emblematic wine has a pulse. Meyer lemon, frosty earth, and a racy minerality.
2017 Assyrtiko/Malagousia, “Nimbus Albus”
Kamara Estate, Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece. Bergamot oil and cut grass notes, with a decidedly low acidity. Luxurious but not loud.
2012 Chardonnay, Domaine Leroy
Burgundy, France. The holy grail. Biodynamic Chardonnay from Madame Lalou Bize-Leroy, who treats her vines like family & infuses her wines with soul.
2017 Garganega, “Lazaro” Masiero
Veneto, Italy. Giulia Masiero is a rising star in the Veneto. Her Garganega is macerated on the skins for 100 days in concrete and aged in marble for six months. Notes of apricot, raw honey, and graphite. For the adventurous drinker.
2016 Gamay, “Cuvee a l’Ancienne” Domaine Joubert
Beaujolais, France. Carine Joubert took over the family domaine the year this classic Beaujolais was harvested. Low tannin, kissable red fruits, biodynamic practices.
2017 Pinot Noir, “Infrarouge”
Domaine Kumpf et Meyer, Alsace, France. This Alsatian Pinot keeps on giving. Expressive, silky, and round, with an alpine smokiness.
2017 Sangiovese, “Arroyo Seco” Margins
Arroyo Seco, Monterrey, California. Megan Bell’s Sangiovese is stirring and plush, with a Pacific briskness.
2015 Syrah Blend, Elodie Balme
Rasteau, Cotes du Rhone Villages, France. Elodie Balme took over her father’s vineyards in 2006, converting them to organic practices. This blend is vibrant and intense, with a black velvet texture, dark fruit and spice.
2017 Trousseau, “Singulier”
Domaine André et Mireille Tissot, Arbois, Jura, France. A light Jura red with layers from Benedicte and Stephane Tissot. Pristine acidity, forest berries, dried spices.
2014 Cabernet Franc, “Diptyque”
Domaine de la Chevalerie, Bourgueil, Loire, France. Stephanie and Emmanuel Caslot lend crushability to this classic style. Brambly black fruit and peppercorn over sticks and stones.
2016 Gamay, “En Remont” Julie Balagny
Fleurie, Beaujolais, France. Haunting, acid-driven cru Beaujolais from Ms. Balagny, ever a force of nature.
2017 Field Blend, “Rouge de Causse”
Le Petit Domaine de Gimios, Minervois, Languedoc-Roussillon, France. Anne-Marie Lavaysse and her son Pierre coferment at least twelve different varietals from century-old vines to produce this terroir-driven unicorn wine.
2014 Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah
Domaine de Trevallon Alpilles, Southwest France. The Durrbach family has been making this unconventional blend for decades. Husband-and-wife team Eloi and Floriane create a wine with the spirit of Bordeaux and the garrigue of Provence.
2015 Sangiovese, “Nobile di Montepulciano”
Sanguineto, Tuscany, Italy. Dora Forsoni’s harmonious Montepulciano enjoys a long maceration and three years of bottle aging. Deep, plummy fruit and warm spice. “Like a drug”, she says.
2017 Carignan, “Venturi Vineyard” Martha Stoumen
Mendocino, CA. Palm-crushed flower petals and petrichor. Sour cherry and chalky tannin. Essential Martha Stoumen.
2016 Grenache/Carignan, “Cuvee Tradition”
Clos Fantine, Faugères, Languedoc, France. The Andrieu siblings Corine, Carole, and Olivier are producing uniquely expressive wines with classic Languedoc varietals. Indigo hues betray tar, woodsmoke, and blueberry pie.
2013 Zinfandel, Sky Vineyards
Mt. Veeder, Napa Valley, California. Notes of dark and handsome stranger, hailing from the mountains of Napa. Produced by Lore Olds and his rebellious daughter, Skyla.
2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, Corison
Napa Valley, California. All hail Cathy Corison, Queen of the Napa Valley, who’s been wrangling Cabernet for 30 years. Her old vines produce wines of power and eleganc — gorgeous expressions of dark fruit, fresh flowers, and tobacco undertones.
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Cans & Bottles
British Columbia, Canada
Mikkeller Spontanbeetroot Beetroot Lambic
Dieu du Ciel Heretique Barrel Aged Blonde
Dieu du Ciel Grand Noirceur Imperial Stout
beet, lemon, soda
celery, lime, soda
cucumber, cilantro, serrano pepper, soda
carrot, lemon, ginger, soda