Prosciutto Wrapped Stuffed Peppadew | $11
herbed goat cheese with basil and oregano, prosciutto, arugula tossed in olive oil, parmesan reggiano

Lamb Keft | $14
spiced lamb, Moroccan cous salad, tzatzki sauce, ginger pickled cucumber, fresh mint

Thick Cut Nueske Bacon | $14
applewood smoked bacon, vanilla bourbon glaze, spiced apple chutney, crostinis

Hot Crap and Kale Dip | $12
artichoke heart, sundried tomato, scallion, serrano pepper, parmesan & asiago, crackers & breads

Mushroom Petals | $13
flash fried oyster mushroom, house-made roasted garlic aioli


Prosciutto & White Truffle Deviled Eggs | $9
crispy prosciutto, white truffle oil, white truffle sea salt, dijon mustard, chives

Shrimp Cocktail | $16
poached and chilled jumbo shrimp, gin scented cocktail & remoulade sauces, lemon

Smoked Salmon Latkes | $12
smoked salmon, potato pancake, caper, pickled red onion, fresh dill, salmon roe, créme fraîche

Blue Crab Salad | $15
lump crab meat, shallot, fennel, tarragon, chive, parsley, dijonaise, lemon, crackers & bread

Classic French Onion | $8
Green, red and yellow onion, shallot, sherry, thyme, beef broth, gruyere cheese, crostini

Lobster Bisque | $9
lobster stock, sherry, vanilla bean, cream, chive, lobster meat

Final Cut Chopped Salad | $9
bibb, romaine, radicchio, peppadew, tomato, bacon, white cheddar, gala apple buttermilk dressing

Kale Caesar salad | $8
fresh kale, parmesan, garlic croutons, deviled egg, black pepper, balsamic-anchovy "caesar" dressing (substitute romaine lettuce if preferred)

Final Cut Wedge Salad | $8
baby iceberg wedge, nueseke bacon, blistered tomato, bleu cheese, croutons, bleu cheese dressing

Roasted Beet Carpaccio Salad | $7
Roasted sliced beet, orange supreme, arugula, fresh fennel, pistachio, halloumi, chive, orange vinaigrette

Slow roasted and house-made spice blend encrusted. Served with aus jus and a creamy horseradish and one side dish.

Queen Cut (12 oz) | $36

King Cut (16 oz) | $42

Steaks are hand trimmed and aged a minimum of 21 ays to ensure a superior cut and flavor. All our steaks are seasoned simply with salt and pepper prior to grilling and finished with an herbed house-made butter to enhance their flavor.

All steaks are served with a choice of any one side dish of your choice. There is a $1 surcharge for the asparagus, creamed spinach and brussels sprouts. There is a $2 surcharge for wild mushroom sauté and a $3 surcharge for the lobster mac & cheese.

USDA Choice Filet Mignon (6 oz) | $30

USDA Choice Filet Mignon (10 oz) | $54

USDA Prime Striploin (14 oz) | $52

USDA Prime Sirloin (10 oz) | $29

USDA Choice Ribeye (16 oz) | $48

USDA Choice Porterhouse (24 oz) | $68

New Zealand Lamb "Lollichops" (12 oz) | $40

Seafood Additions

Lobster Tail (6 oz) | $28

Lobster Tail (11 oz) | $52

Split King Crab Legs (8oz) | $42

Oscar Style | $20

Three Jumbo Shrimp (any style) | $14

Three U-10 Sea Scallops | $18

Sauces & Butters

Sauce Béarnaise | $3

Sauce Au Poivre | $3

Marchande De Vin | $3

Gorgonzola Butter | $3

Spicy Mustard & Chive Butter | $3

Lobster Mac & Cheese | $9

Wild Mushroom Sauté | $8

Asparagus | $7

Creamed Spinach | $7

Candied Brussels Sprouts with Hazelnuts and Caramelized Onions | $7

Roasted Garlic Whipped Potatoes | $6

Salt Encrusted Baked Potato | $6

Baked Sweet Potato | $6
add cheddar: $0.50 | chives: $0.50 | nueske bacon: $1

Vegetable of the Day | $6

Surf & Turf | $62
grilled 6 oz filet, pan roasted 6 oz lobster tail, grilled asparagus, sauce béarnaise, baked potato

Salmon en Papillote | $28
sustainably farmed salmon in parchment, marbled potatoes, asparagus, mushrooms, citrus leek butter, herbs

Braised Lamb Shank | $38
mushroom and barley "risotto," roasted baby carrots, guinness extra stout lamb sauce

Australian Seabass | $30
pan seared barramundi filet, white bean and winter squash ragu, broccoli rabe, lemon beurre noisette

Shrimp and Grits | $28
four gulf coast shrimp, cheddar grits, neuske bacon, blistered tomato, scallions, fresh fennel, hot sauce

Seared 14 oz Duroc Heritage Pork Chop | $28
spiced apple chutney, sautéed swiss chard, whipped sweet potato

Pan Seared Chicken Breast with Drumette | $22
winter squash purée, caramelized brussels sprouts with hazelnuts and onions, frangelico pan sauce

Shrimp Scampi | $26
angel hair pasta, garlic sautéed shrimp, shallot, white wine, parmesan, herbs

Spaghetti Bolognese | $19
classic meat sauce with panchetta, fresh herbs, parmesan reggianno

Seared Scallops | $33
pappardelle noodles, sherry-dijon cream sauce, roasted tomatoes and asparagus, herb salad

Smoked Chicken with Kale an Bucatini | $20
garlic, red pepper flakes, parmesan, olive oil

Carrot Cake | $10
Twin layers of rich and moist carrot cake sandwiched between sweetened creamed cheese with pineapple, coconut, walnuts, cinnamon and over a pound of carrots, then iced with cream cheese frosting.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse Bombe | $8
Rich peanut butter mousse with a chocolate mousse center and glazed with a rich chocolate ganache.

Black Forest Chocolate Cake | $12
Double layered chocolate cake sandwiches a layer of brandied cherry sauce loaded with cherries. Chocolate ganache lathered all around and topped with fresh whipped cream, cherries and a scattering of chocolate.

Butterscotch Pots de Créme | $7
Rich butterscotch with ginger whipped cream and a pair of house-made butterscotch cookies.

House-Made Warm Donut Holes | $8
Flash-fried sweet dough tossed in cinnamon sugar and powdered sugar served warm in its own brown bag with a chocolate-Frangelico dipping sauce.

Hungarian Sticky Toffee Bread | $10
Sweet monkey bread baked with cinnamon sugar and pecans with a toffee-caramel glaze heated and all topped with a scoop of slated crack caramel ice cream.

Ice Cream | $9
Three scoops of Ice Cream made locally from Clementine's Naughty and Nice Creamery. Flavors include: Madagascar Vanilla Bean, Italian Butter Cookie and Salted Crack Caramel.

Cabernet Sauvignon

Shooting Star (Jed Steele's 2nd label) | Clear Lake, CA | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $28

Disruption | Columbia Valley, WA | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $10 | Bottle: $31

Wine of Substance (C S) | Columbia Valley, WA | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $11 | Bottle: $36

Sterling Vineyards | Napa Valley | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $12.50 | Bottle: $42

Duckhorn Vineyard "Decoy" Cab | Sonoma County | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $15.50 | Bottle: $55

Gundlach Bundschu Mnt. Cuvée | Sonoma County | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $17 | Bottle: $60

Francis Ford Coppola "Director's Cut" | Sonoma County | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $19 | Bottle: $67

Freemark Abbey | Napa Valley | 2014
1/4 of Bottle: $26 | Bottle: $90

Pahlmeyer "Jayson" Proprietary Red | Napa Valley | 2015
Bottle: $100

Purlieu Vineyards "Le Pich" | Napa Valley | 2015
Bottle: $115

Lail Vineyards "Blueprint" | Napa Valley | 2015
Bottle: $160

Caymus | Napa Valley | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $45 | Bottle: $175

Lail Vineyards "Blueprint" | Napa Valley | 2015
Bottle: $160

Kamen Moon Mountain District AVA | Sonoma County | 2014
Bottle: $200

Robert Keenan Reserve "Mernet" (50% Merlot/50% Cabernet) | Napa Valley | 2013
Bottle: $210

Lail Vineyards "J Daniel Cuvée" | Napa Valley | 2012
Bottle: $275

Chateau Montelena | Napa Valley | 2014
Bottle: $290

Pahlmeyer Proprietary Red | Napa Valley | 2014
Bottle: $300

Purlieu Vineyards "Beckstoffer Missouri Hopper" | Napa Valley | 2016
Bottle: $375

Buccella | Napa Valley | 2015
Bottle: $400

Spottswoode Estate | Napa Valley | 2015
Bottle: $400

Purlieu Vineydards "Beckstoffer To Kalon" | Napa Valley | 2016
Bottle: $450

Memento Mori | Napa Valley | 2016
Bottle: $500

Harlan Estate | Napa Valley | 2014
Bottle: $1,800


Shooting Star | Clear Lake, CA | 2014
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $28

Toad Hollow | Sonoma County | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $9.50 | Bottle: $30

Chateau St. Michelle | Columbia Valley, WA | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $11 | Bottle: $35

Trefethen (Oak Knoll District) | Napa Valley | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $15 | Bottle: $49

L'Ecole No. 41 | Walla-Walla Valley | 2014
1/4 of Bottle: $22 | Bottle: $75

Duckhorn Vineyards | Napa Valley | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $30 | Bottle: $110

Robert Keenan Reserve "Mernet" (50% Merlot/50% Cabernet) | Napa Valley | 2013
Bottle: $210

Pinot Noir

Castle Rock | California | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $8.50 | Bottle: $26

Magnolia Court | Central Coast | 2014
1/4 of Bottle: $10 | Bottle: $33

Loring Wine Company "Santa Barbara" | Santa Barbara | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $38

Au Bon Climat | Santa Barbara | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $45

F. Ford Coppola Director's Cut (Russian River Valley) | Sonoma County | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $16 | Bottle: $58

Robert Sinskey | Carneros | 2014
1/4 of Bottle: $20 | Bottle: $70

Loring Wine Company "Rosella's Vineyard" | Santa Lucia Highlands | 2014
Bottle: $76

Red • Car | Sonoma Coast | 2014
Bottle: $80

Ponzi Vineyards Classico | Willamette Valley | 2014
Bottle: $82

Brewer-Clifton | Santa Rita Hills | 2014
Bottle: $85

Duckhorn "Migration" | Sonoma Coast | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $23 | Bottle: $85

Far Niente's EnRoute | Russian River Valley | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $30 | Bottle: $110

Arista | Russian River Valley | 2015
Bottle: $135

Sea Smoke Estate Vineyards "Ten" | Santa Rita Hills | 2015
Bottle: $180

Kosta Browne Vineyard | Sonoma Coast | 2015
Bottle: $195


Castle Rock | Mendocino County | 2013
1/4 of Bottle: $8.50 | Bottle: $25

Marietta Cellars Old Vien Red Lot #62 | California
1/4 of Bottle: $10 | Bottle: $28

Robert Biale "Party Line" | North Coast | 2017
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $43

Four Vines "Biker" | Paso Robles | 2013
1/4 of Bottle: $14 | Bottle: $46

Bedrock "Old Vine Zin" | Sonoma Valley | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $16 | Bottle: $55

Rombauer | Napa Valley | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $20 | Bottle: $72

A. Raffanelli | Dry Creek | 2014
Bottle: $75

Limerick Lane | Russian River Valley | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $24 | Bottle: $85

Storybook Eastern Exposure | Napa Valley | 2015
Bottle: $115


Woop-Woop Shiraz | S.E. Australia | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $28

Marietta "Christo" Syrah, Petite Sirah, Grenache, Viognier | North Coast | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $43

Latta Latta Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedere | Columbia Valley, WA | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $18 | Bottle: $64

Limerick Lane Estate 67% Syrah/33% Grenache | Russian River Valley | 2014
Bottle: $105

Other Reds

Joseph Drouhin Beaujolais Noveau Gamay | Beaujolais | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $8 | Bottle: $24

Bedrock "Shebang" Meritage | California | Cuvee X
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $28

Tilia Malbec | Mendoza, Ar. | 2017
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $28

A Quady's "Red Electra Moscato" | California | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $10 | Bottle: $30

Felino "Paul Hobbs" Malbec | Mendoza, Ar. | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $11 | Bottle: $36

Trentadue Estate La Storia Petite Sirah | Alexander Valley | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $12 | Bottle: $40

Marietta "Christo" Syrah, Petite Sirah, Grenache, Viognier | North Coast | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $43

Trivento Golden Reserve Malbec | Mendoza | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $45

Volpai Chianti Classico | Tuscany | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $15 | Bottle: $47

Bodegas Muga Reserva Tempranillo | Rioja, Spain | 2014
1/4 of Bottle: $17 | Bottle: $60

Latta Latta Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedere | Columbia Valley, WA | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $18 | Bottle: $64

Terrabianca - Campaccio Toscana "IGT" | Tuscany | 2013
1/4 of Bottle: $18 | Bottle: $66

Pahlmeyer "Jayson" Proprietary Red | Napa Valley | 2014
Bottle: $100

Limerick Lane Estate 67% Sirah/33% Grenache | Russian River Valley | 2014
Bottle: $105

Bodegas Muga Prado Enea Gran Reserva | Rioja, Spain | 2010
Bottle: $145

Robert Keenan Reserve "Mernet" 50% Merlot/50% Cabernet | Napa Valley | 2013
Bottle: $210

Pahlmeyer Proprietary Red | Napa Valley | 2014
Bottle: $300


Tilia | Mendoza | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $8.50 | Bottle: $26

Disruption | Columbia Valley, WA | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $29

Mer Soleil Reserve | Santa Lucia Highlands | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $11 | Bottle: $33

Au Bon Climat | Santa Barbara | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $12.50 | Bottle: $42

F. Ford Coppola "Director's Cut" | Russian River Valley | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $48

Marie-Pierre Manciat Pouilly-Fuisse | Maconnais | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $15 | Bottle: $50

Liquid Farms La Hermana | Santa Maria | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $17 | Bottle: $61

Rombauer | Carneros | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $19 | Bottle: $68

Duckhorn "Migration" | Russian River Valley | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $23 | Bottle: $82

Pahlmeyer's "Jayson" | North Coast | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $27 | Bottle: $100

Pahlmeyer | Napa Valley Atlas Peak | 2015
Bottle: $160

Sauvignon Blanc

Château Buisson-Redon | Bordeaux | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $8 | Bottle: $27

Black Stallion | Napa Valley | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $30

Kim Crawford | Marlborough | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $10 | Bottle: $33

Lail Vineyards "Blueprint" | Napa Valley | 2014
1/4 of Bottle: $18 | Bottle: $65


Château St. Michelle | Columbia Valley | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $8 | Bottle: $25

Selbach Piesporter Michelsberg | Mosel | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $8 | Bottle: $25

Loosen Brothers "Dr. L" QBA | Mosel | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $8 | Bottle: $25

Domaines Schlumberger Princess Abbes | Alsace | 2011
1/4 of Bottle: $12 | Bottle: $40

Strubb-Niersteiner Paterberg "Spatlese" | Rheinhessen | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $45

L. Kreusch Piesporter Goldtröpfchen "Auslese" | Mosel | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $14 | Bottle: $47

Other Whites

Pamplune Grabefruite Rose | France | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $6 | Bottle: $22

Berringer White Zinfandel | California | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $7 | Bottle: $23

Araldica "La Luciana" Cortese | Gavi-Monferrato Hills | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $28

Progetto Iageder "Riff" Pinot Grigio | Triveneto | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $9 | Bottle: $28

Strubb-Niersteiner Paterberg "Spatlese" | Rheinhessen | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $45

Santa Margarita Pino Grigio | Valdadige | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $13 | Bottle: $47


Frexinet "Cordon Negro" Cava Extra Brut | Penedes, Catalonia
187ml: $8

Le Dolci Collini Prosecco Brut | Veneto
Bottle: $24

Korbel Brut | California
Bottle: $25

Bricco Riella Moscato D'Asti | Piedmont | 2015
Bottle: $26

A. Quady's "Red Electra Moscato" | California | 2015
1/4 of Bottle: $10 | Bottle: $30

Vins El Cep "Marquis de Gelida" Cava Brut | Penedes, Catalonia | 2010
1/4 of Bottle: $10 | Bottle: $31

Sarraco Moscato D'Asti | Piedmont | 2016
1/4 of Bottle: $11 | Bottle: $33

J Vineyards "J' Brut Cuvee 20 | Russian River
Bottle: $65

Iron Horse Blanc de Noir Wedding Cuvee | Sonoma County | 2010
Bottle: $80

Moet & Chandon "Dom Perignon" | Epernay | 2004
Bottle: $300

Red Wine Flights

Location, Location, Location | $11
Cabernet Sauvignon the king of grape varietal thrives in harsh conditions and loves to struggle it produces some of the best when it is forced to work. These three expressions from such different locales serve to spotlight just how different the terror can focus the end product.
Disruption, Cabernet Sauvignon | Columbia Valley, Washington | 2014
Sterling Vineyards, Cabernet Sauvignon | Napa Valley, California | 2014
Shooting Star, Cabernet Sauvignon | Clear Lake, California | 2014

A Taste of the Really Good Life | $55
Some of the finest producers in California with a history of making some of the best wines on the market with heaps of accolades and critical acclaim these wines represent what is some of the best juice produced in the region. With intensity and a full lingering finish these wines fill the sense in every aspect. Indulge and enjoy a taste of the really good life. Please be patient - as these wines are served with the Coravin to ensure non-oxidation before they are ready to be consumed.
Caymus, Cabernet Sauvignon | Napa Valley, California | 2016
Lail Vineyards "Blueprint", Cabernet Sauvignon | Napa Valley, California | 2015
Pahlmeyer - Proprietary Red, Red Blend | Napa Valley, California | 2014

Zinfandel from A to Z | $16
When grape varietal can span the depths from hammy, fruit forward, berry in your face to dry, arid, peppery, dustbowls of earthen exposure all in three glasses - take your pick. We love Zinfandel for its wide dimensions.
Robert Biale "Party Line," Zinfandel | North Coast | 2017
Bedrock "Old Vine Zin," Zinfandel | Sonoma Valley | 20146
A. Rafanelli, Zinfandel | Dry Creek | 2013

Finicky Pinot Done Right | $15
Pinot Noir the pine-coned shaped tightly clustered grapes which are so difficult to produce some of the best juice offer a handsome reward to those who can manage the grape and cast forth sublime elegance that can dance on the palate.
Magnolia Court, Pinot Noir | North Coast | 2017
Au Bon Climat, Pinot Noir | Santa Barbara| 2015
Loring Wine Co., Pinot Noir | Santa Barbara | 2016

Around the World & All Over the Map | $12
Showcasing different wine varietals and different regions the juice can express itself so differently. Enjoy the differences.
J. Drouhin Beajolas Village Noveau, Gamay | Beaujolais | 2015
Fellino "Hobbs," Malbec | Mendoza | 2013
Woop-Woop, Shiraz | S.E. Australia | 2013

White Wine Flights

Malo-Me No More (Anything But Chardonnay) | $10
A secondary fermentation, malolactic fermentation, can transform malic acid notes of tart green apple to lactic acid notes of butter and cream. Foregoing this process is a tool in the wine-makers bag used to part ways with the seeming overabundance of buttery, creamy, burundian-styled whites that were at one point ubiquitous. The A.B.C mantra of Anything But Chardonnay has opened up the flood gates and possibilities to a plethora of options to explore.
Progetto Lageder "Riff," Pinot Grigio | Triveneto | 2015
Araldica "La Luciana," Cortese | Gavi-Monferrato Hills | 2016
Domaines Schlumberger, Riesling | Alsace | 2009

Did Someone Say Butta! | $22
Many seem hell-bent on chasing the Burgundian ideal of rich buttery oaky goodness that Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Montrachet conjures. You don't always have to go that far nowadays - don't discount New World Chardonnay - we've shown we can best the French at their own game from time to time-bring it and we shall!
Liquid Farm La Hermana, Chardonnay | Santa Rita, California | 2015
Rombauer, Chardonnay | Carneros | 2015
Phalmeyer's Jayson, Chardonnay | North Coast, California | 20015

Slightly Sweet, Sweeter & a Little Sweeter Still | $105
Riesling is a very expressive and aromatic varietal. Its aromas and flavors are often compared to orchard fruits. Some characteristics include minerality, petrol like aromas and clear or racy finishes.
Loosen Brothers "Dr. L" Kabinet, Riesling | Mosel | 2015
Strubb-Niersteiner Paterberg Spatlese, Riesling | Niersteiner, Rheinhessen | 2015
L. Kreusch Piesporter Goldtropfchen Auslese, Riesling | Mosel | 2015

Orkney Islands

Highland Park | $14
15 years
Highland Park matures their whisky in ex-Oloroso sherry barrels crafted from American oak as opposed to the Spanish oak casks of the 12- and 18-year releases. The barrels are toasted instead of charred, yielding a unique flavor experience, especially when compared to the more common charred ex-bourbon barrel releases of competing distilleries. On the nose notes of citrus, more lime than lemon or orange, light oak tones, sherry, & a light peat smoke. Taste sweet vanilla, dry sherry, and citrus which gives way to peat smoke just before the finish. It has a medium-oily mouthfeel. The brightness of the sherry and boldness of the peat combined with the fullness of the mouth feel makes for a fun drink.


Laphroig | $10
10 years
From the water’s edge on the Southwestern Island of Islay where the seaweed laps at the warehouses and the medicinal iodine smell of the kilns burning the sea infused peat gives flavors of salt, iodine, seaweed, and a smokiness like none other. Golden colored with a malty, floral, vanilla flavor. You can taste the sea.

Lagavulin | $15
16 years
Right up the road from Laphroig rests this other Islay treasure. This whiskey has an especially peaty dryness. The seascape behind the distillery lends to wondrous influences on its aroma and flavor. The fast flowing burn also lends to its nuances.

Caol Ila | $11
12 years
Located overlooking the strait between Islay & Jura it was founded in 1846. Caol Ila is one of the lighter Islay whiskies, pale in color, with peaty, floral and peppery notes. The clean nose shows subtle citrus fruit with just a puff of smokiness. It begins sweetly and then yields to a fragrant smokiness and a sweet smoky lingering finish.


Talisker | $16
10 years
The only whiskeys from the Isle of Skye off the western coast near the Hebrides, this sea influenced liquid has a peppery nuance with hints of myrrh. A soft smoky nose introduces its deep sweet taste, which is rich in barley-malt. At first, enticingly smooth & golden – yet growing in intensity, this is a robust malt with a huge long finish.

Middle Highlands

Dalwhinnie | $12
15 years
Famously cold distillery in the middle highlands. The Distillery sits upon the eastern edge of the Western Highland mountain range. It provides a clean, lightly peaty whiskey. A light honeyed body and delicate warmth. One of our lightest single malts.

Western Highlands

Oban | $15
14 years
Gateway to the Isles they say; the western highland character of elegance and nautical wispy-ness. The mellowed structure of this 14 year aged Scotch belies its sea influenced nature. The caves which house the barrels impart a rich distinctive aura to this wonderful brew.

Northern Highlands

Glenmorangie | $24
18 years
This spicy and salty malt comes from one of the biggest selling distilleries in all of Scotland. Glenmorangie sits by itself near the northern highlands right off the coast of the Moray Firthnear the town of Inverness. The taste is balanced between honey, malt and flowery scents. Dates and figs emerge in the background with a hint of wood smoke. The finish is long and enticing with the sweetness of dried fruit and subtle dryness of Oloroso nuttiness.


Glenfiddich | $8
12 years
This distillery made single malts popular. Its pear like flavors adding creamier and nuttier notes than in the past. A light unobtrusive nose with balance and well breeding running throughout. It develops into a butterscotch cream with subtle malty overtones.

Glenfiddich | $11
15 years
Mellowed for 15 years in smaller than average casks. Baked apple notes that were once creamy pear tones develop over the extended aging process. Dried fruit, dates and candy peel exude over rich oak notes.

The Glenlivet | $10
12 years
Pale color resulting from its age in Limousin oak casks the same as age fine cognacs. On its nose spot damp oak woods and a flowery peach blossom flourishing. With a touch of water bringing out pineapple, coconut & vanilla pods. Pressed apples and a little cinnamon. Summer like fragrances.

The Macallann Oak | $18
15 years
The “chateau” farm and distillery on Easter Elchies estate stands above the Spey near Craigellachie. Known for its reputation as having been aged in fine dry sherry oloroso casks it has a distinctive fruity house character. There is more body than the color suggests. Taste sublime and fruity with a hint of rose and cinnamon. The palate delivers rich chocolate with hints of orange and raisin.


Knappogue | $12
14 years
The malted barley is dried in ovens without the use of peat, allowing the crisp, clean flavor of malted barley to come through without smoky overtones. Knappogue is distilled three times in traditional onion shaped copper pot stills. The use of two kinds of wood casks in Twin Wood has produced a whiskey which has a deep, complex, and very smooth taste. Knappogue is not chill filtered and, unlike many whiskeys, no coloring is added. The nose shows the orchard fruits like plum and apricot. The taste is rich and fruity with hints of green apple and the zest of grapefruit. The malt helps to bring out the quality of the wood – sweet vanilla with light tannins from the charred oak. The finish is lengthy, with full fruity notes transitioning to a dry, pleasant barley conclusion.


Compass Box's The Peat Monster | $14
John Glaser, the creator of Compass Box whiskies, has been one of the most progressive and innovative whisky “blenders” in this generation. He masterfully creates blends exclusively from only malt whisky (which has been referred to in the past as “vatted” whisky). The formula for this whisky is Laphroaig, Caol Ila, and Ardmore. This whisky demonstrates the layered complexity that can be achieved by marrying whisky from different distilleries—and different regions. The rich maltiness and oily texture that provide firm bedding and flavor contrast to the classic Islay notes—tar, boat docks, brine, smoked olive, seaweed, and kiln ash. More subtle cracked peppercorn, mustard seed, and citrus fruit add complexity, leading to a long, warming finish. It is a peaty, smoky malt with hints of fruitiness; a balanced whisky with great depth and complexity.

Compass Box's Spice Tree Extravaganza | $16
John Glaser continues – (read above) the Extravaganza is a bumped-up version of the remade Spice Tree, which uses toasted new French oak barrel heads instead of inserted staves in accordance with regulation. Comprised of Highland malt blends of Clynelish, Dailuaine, Teaninich all aged approximately 13 years, Singleton of Glen Ord 20 years, Benrinnes 11 years, and Allt-a-Bhainne 19 years old, and various sherry barrels, bourbon barrels, and the Spice Tree “Hybrid” barrels (ex-bourbon barrels with toasted new French oak heads) at varying char levels. Bottled at 46% ABV, this is a spirit that’s “decadent and playful on the nose, find notes of sherry wine, Butterscotch, and red fruits, and a very light touch of the nutty flavors of a fortified wine. Vanilla and milk chocolate show up on the palate, with baking spices, hay, some nuttiness, and black pepper. There's a long, spicy, but quite easy finish to enjoy as it meanders around with oak, more spice, and remaining red fruit notes. The trademark Spice Tree ginger and clove spice character and an endlessly long, spicy, substantial finish end things smoothly.


4-Roses Small Batch | $8
7 years aged, 90 proof
Rich with caramel and rye the combination of sweet and spicy is enchanting and delectable. Moderately well balanced with the spice weighing a bit heavier than the sweet. An amber color. Even aromas of floral honey, toasted grain, buttery caramel, and peppery spice. A silky, soft entry leads to a dryish medium body of cinnamon bark, caramel, and honeyed toasted rye and cornbread. Finishes with a long, vanilla, sweet corn, and sweet baking spice fades. Nice smoothness, balance and proportion.

4-Roses Single Barrel | $10
6-8 years aged, 100 proof
Caramel and brown sugar abound. Aromas of citrus custard, some oak, light vanilla and butterscotch with a slightly medicinal finish with toffee, cinnamon, vanilla, pepper, red licorice, cherry, toasted brown sugar and a thyme-herbaceousness following up the end notes. A mild buttery character with a slight bite but smooth as corn silk for the most part. A bright burst of cinnamon and pepper which quickly turns to oaky caramel corn on a medium long finish.

Angel's Envy Port Wood | $9
3-6 years aged, 86.6 proof
Pale amber color. Aromas of fruity caramel, raisin cake, vanilla custard, and lather with a supple, fruity yet-dry medium-to-full body and a warming charcoal mineral, spiced plum, and peppery spice finish. Angel's Envy has one of the most sensual bouquets ever nosed on a bourbon. Soft, gentle and with aromas of warm caramels, maple candy, brown sugar and praline, the bouquet is a study in subtle complexities. Another MGP Lawerenceberg distillate that is further enhanced by aging in port casks.

Basil Hayden | $8
8 years aged, 80 proof
Basil Hayden’s is a light bodied, high-rye bourbon. The rye is evident on the nose, bringing crisp citrus notes along with a slight peppery hint. There are notes of mint and licorice as well. Not a strong bourbon by any stretch, there is almost no alcohol burn on the initial tasting. There are some mild butterscotch hints on the tip of the tongue, but the middle and the back of the tongue get mostly lemon zest, vanilla, and a very mild rye spice. The finish on Basil Hayden’s is very short. This is a dry whiskey, exceptionally so for a bourbon. There is just a touch of rye spice on the tail end, but by-and-large, this bourbon does not linger. Aromas of peach chutney, pistachio nougat, and grainy raisin bread with a soft fruity-yet-dry medium body and a gentle nut butter, anise seed, and sweet mint tea accented finish. An attractive, feminine style.

Blanton's Single Barrel | $12
8-10 years aged, 93 proof
Sourced from the Buffalo Trace Distillery. Blanton’s is made from the distillery’s higher rye formula, commonly known as Buffalo Trace Mash Bill #2. The barrels selected for Blanton’s are all taken from the center racks of Warehouse H, Colonel Blanton’s favorite aging location. There are light butterscotch notes on the nose followed by ripe peaches and orange. A peppery spice overlays the whole experience, doubtless from the higher rye content. Right up front, sweetness from the mash bill hits the tip of the tongue. It develops into more fruitiness on the mid palate, and ends with a spicy cinnamon on the back end.

Bulleit Bourbon 10 | $10
10 years aged, 91.2 proofbr/> Significantly more age than the normal Bulleit – probably five more years. This was sourced from Four Roses while Bulleit brings its own distillery on-line and ages its own juice. The mash bill comprises 68% corn, 28% rye and 4% malted barley for a rich balance of creaminess and spice. Toasty and oaky with creamy vanilla. On the palate taste of dried fruits (especially apricot and orange) and more vanilla. A bit of spice- white pepper. The finish is long and rich, with some smokiness. Overall it offers a rich, robust backbone - it definitely benefits from that 45.6% ABV.

Knob Creek | $8
9 years aged, 100 proof
Deep amber color. Huge whiffs of aged, soaked oak hit the nose right off the bat. It’s like being in an oak boathouse. But caramel and maple syrup are prominent as well. The front of the tongue gets a sweet maple syrup taste immediately upon sipping this bourbon. As the flavors move across the tongue, there are definite notes of roasted sunflower seeds and tannin from the oak barrels. Aromas of creamy nougat, sassafras, fruity caramel, and baking spices with a slightly tannic, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body. The finish is long, with the tannins remaining prominent. There is an alcohol burn that is probably stronger than the 100 proof suggests it should be. But there is also a lingering caramel sweetness along with oak on the tail end.

Maker's Mark | $8
6 years aged, 90 proof
On the nose it offer up warm aromas of rich soft caramels, a touch of Missouri oak and vanilla bundt cake. Hints of honey and just a touch of frutiness are detectable as well. A slight hint of cedar shingle hidden below. Crème brûlée dominates, with huge caramel and vanilla notes on the forefront before giving way to soft notes of burnt sugar and molasses at the end. more warm notes of fresh baked molasses cookies, apple pie spice, vanilla and caramel. The finish is a bit of a tease, ending

Pappy Van Winkle 20 Year | $125
20 years aged, 90.4 proof
This has most all of the aspects of all of the other Pappy products all in one bottle – save for just a tad more complexity that the 23 year offers with its additional age. The nose is the stand-out on this. Smell raisins, maple, cherry, vanilla,& a bit of oak. Nice weight to the aroma and buttery smooth. On the palate tastes redolent of cherry, fruit punch, cinnamon, with a buttery mouthfeel. This is where the “Pappy” taste really shines. The finish is a tad spicy, vanilla, oak, with some dryness. A satisfying and uneventful finish. Aged for two decades, it has an undeniable complexity without being barraged by oak. It’s not earth shattering, but there’s a great deal to like in the glass for sure.

Pappy Van Winkle 23 year | $175
23 years aged, 95.6 proof
The #1 rated Bourbon whiskey in the world with a 99 out of 100 rating by the World Spirits Championship from the beverage institute. This bourbon offers a wonderfully smooth and rich profile. A velvety texture and finish are what really make this offering stand out from the pack. Pappy Van Winkle was a true character and like its namesake, this bourbon whiskey is full of character – quite a remarkable whiskey. Intense and tantalizing. Smooth with a citrus zest note. The mouthfeel is like a fine Cognac. The nose is very sweet with the essence of raisins & chocolate. The taste offers a rich silky smooth vanilla pudding flavor. Some sherry notes, dried fruits and vanilla. The finish is long and elegant with honey and darker fruits finishing things off. Last bottle of 2017 in our portfolio.

Van Winkle Special Reserve Lot "B" 12 Year | $25
12 years aged, 95.6 proof
Lot “B” offers a lot of fruit and a nice sweetness. This is a crowd pleaser with nothing to offend anyone. Quite similar to the 20 Year old Van Pappy with its fruit forward nature. On the nose find hints of apple, apricot, cherry, vanilla, & mild oak. Quite expressive with an overall aroma that has some weight to it. On the palate taste apricot, cherry, mild oak, with a touch of peach. Surprisingly sweet. It finishes with hints of cherry, oak, and it is quite palatable and easy to sip.

William Larue Weller | $50
12.5 years aged, 128.2 proof
Crowned World Whisky of the year 2019 by Whisky Bible writer Jim Murray – the noted foremost expert on whisky – it just became a whole lot more rare to find a dram anywhere! This is the collection’s celebrated uncut and unfiltered wheated bourbon recipe, distilled in the winter of 2005 and aged in warehouses D, I and P and bottled in 2017. It's a Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey with notes of marshmallow, salted almonds, nougat, figs, and dates. It smells of caramel corn, new leather, plums, light toffee, and pipe tobacco. There’s always a fascinating complexity to this whiskey and this outing does not disappoint! It’s perhaps more herbal and spicy than usual, with loads of cedar on the nose. It’s quite rich, rounded and concentrated with intriguing flavors of black tea and a balance of sweet, fruity and tart that reminds me of dark chocolate-covered figs. A bit of salinity rounds out the long finish. It whops the palate with its 128.2 proof finish and explodes through the senses. The price is exorbitant and this rarity is to be treasured and savored

W. Weller Antique 107° | $10
6-7 years aged, 107 proof
A wheated bourbon part of the famous Buffalo Trace family using the same mash bill, warehouse, and proof as Van Winkle 10 year does at a fraction of the cost. Thought to use 70% corn, 16% wheat and 14% malted barley. The nose is good with a moderate mix of caramel, wood, vanilla, & honey. The taste is hot and spicy with a moderate sweet caramel and kettle corn mixed with slightly stronger red hot candy-like cinnamon sweet heat. The oiliness and stickiness in the taste carry over into the aftertaste and leave your mouth very dry. The oak shines through on the finish and tastes of char and spice linger.

Woodford Reserve Double Oaked | $10
90.4 proof
Woodford Double Oaked is produced by re-barreling Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select in a second virgin charred oak barrel for a little under a year. The second barrel used is deeply toasted before being lightly charred. On the nose smell a mixture of sweetness and oak. Toasted marshmallows, sweet vanilla, lightly toasted oak, and corn are topped with a drizzle of syrup. The additional aging in a second new barrel seems to have imparted less wood on the nose than would have been expected, while also pulling forward the sweeter flavors you’d find in standard Woodford Reserve it’s surprising to see how well the sweetness of the vanilla plays nicely with the woody oak flavors. The finish delivers a great flavorful experience that is straightforward and easy. The use of a second “NEW” charred oak barrel is what sets this bourbon apart. This simple, yet effective barrel finish imparts a large dose of much needed flavor to the just-average standard Woodford Reserve.


Breukelen 77 Rye | $9
706 days aged, 90 proof
Light and copper-colored, it features a bright nose with sugared dates and cherries. The palate has tropical fruit, oak, and pepper with a gritty mouthfeel and quite a bit of alcoholic heat. The medium length finish has oak and dried fruit. Essentially a rye whiskey, the youth of the 77 Whiskey leaves quite a bit of grittiness, but it still has plenty of interesting flavors. 85% rye & 15% corn.

Templeton Rye | $8
4 years aged, 80 proof
Another MGP, Lawerenceberg distillate of 90% Rye and 10% barley. Deep amber copper hue. Rye spiciness, leather, toffee, allspice, malt, dried dark fruits. Clean spicy finish. Thick rye malt body, almost chewy in texture and mouth feel. There is a spicy sourness with an underlying sweetness that make for a outstandingly mellow rye of breadth and complexity. The rye is well tempered with other grains to make a excellent stand-up rye that combines the fire and strength of grain balanced with sweetness and careful aging.

Sazerac Rye | $10
6 years aged, 90 proof
The one and only New Orleans original. Sazerac rye whiskey symbolizes the tradition and history of New Orleans rye whiskey that dates back to the 1800’s, around the time when saloons, veiled as Coffee Houses, began lining the streets of New Orleans. It was at the Sazerac Coffee House on Royal Street where local patrons were served toddies made with rye whiskey and Peychaud’s Bitters. The libation became known as the “Sazerac” and America’s first branded cocktail was born. This is the whiskey that started it all. Taste hints of pepper, a touch of cinnamon, and a very pronounced rye bread flavor come right up front. There is a very bourbon like flavor profile that runs through it with a hint of vanilla and a very sweet dulce de leche like caramel that gets rounded out with some paprika, licorice, and Bing cherries. While the rye flavor is pronounced the spice is muted and hangs out in the background making this a very accessible rye. Initially it’s a bit savory with paprika, rye, and nutmeg that quickly dissolves to sweet orchard fruit before fading to a soft oaky finish. Sazerac Rye is missing that spicy leathery quality that’s common in many other ryes and it’s also a bit sweeter than most ryes; bringing a lot more sweet bourbon like qualities to the table. This is one of the quintessential whiskeys you have to try if you consider yourself a rye fan and it’s a great baseline flavor profile to have locked away in your palate.

Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye | $20
6 years aged, 127.2 proof
From Buffalo Trace’s Antique collection. Uncut and un-filtered. It’s a rich and comforting expression of rye that is more herbal than it is spicy. Amber in its appearance; on the nose it’s a little muted at first. Then mellow, dusky notes of sandalwood, curry spices, and dates, but it’s not very expressive. A little water releases some vegetal notes as well as a bit more oak. On the palate it starts out earthy and mild, without much amplitude - a haunting line of sweetness starts to wind through, conjuring up melon, honey, cucumber, cinnamon, and black pepper. Soon after a bazaar-like spice quality emerges, with cumin, garam masala, ginger, and unsweetened baking chocolate. Water reveals some brighter flashes of cherry and builds out the body, but it remains nuanced. A nice long, lingering finish leaves you with the warming sensation of chili, cumin, and clove.


Breuckelen 77 Wheat Whiskey | $9
710 days aged, 90 proof
100% wheat aged in new American oak barrels from this one room operation in Brooklyn, New York where everything from milling the grains to bottling take place. All the ingredients are locally produced from Organic farms where possible. Copper-honey color. Bright, sweet and fruity on the nose. Robust and full of flavor. Although the spice is heavy, there is also a gentle sweetness resembling honey, caramel and fruit. Medium finish with upfront spice and oak fading into the sweetness. The finish and palate are very similar in their order of appearance.

New Holland Beer Barrel Bourbon | $9
3 years aged, 80 proof
Amber color. Mild pistachio gelato, cherry tart, and lemon waxed wood aromas and flavors with a soft, dry-ish medium body and a vanilla soy milk, nutshell, and chalk accented finish.

Pinckeney Bend Rested American Whiskey | $8
6 months aged, 100 proof
Light amber color. 80% corn, 15% barley, & 5% rye comprise this double distilled Whiskey at New Haven, Missouri on the banks of the Missouri River and aged in 15 gallon #3 Char Missouri oak barrels made in Cuba, Missouri. Spending its time in both new and re-used charred oak barrels it is neither a bourbon nor a corn whiskey. Flavors of toasted vanilla and caramel exude on the palate and the finish is mixed with tones of toffee and malt. A great local offering that is sure to win fans over.

Old Scout's Smooth Ambler "Ten" Straight Bourbon Whiskey | $9
10 years aged, 99 proof
A robust 99 proof which offers sweetness right off the bat, surprisingly so given the mash bill; there are plenty of hints of vanilla and caramel on the front and middle of the tongue. It is rich and full with a ton of creaminess. The sweetness doesn’t abate, but some slight peppery rye notes develop. There are some oak hints and some tannins, but by and large, the experience is sweet and creamy bourbon, not really heavy vanilla. Sourced by Smooth Ambler from MGP Indiana in Lawerenceburg, Indiana.

No Substitutions

French Onion Soup
Red and yellow onions simmered for hours and caramelized until golden brown with shallots, thyme, and beef broth. Topped with melted Guyere cheese and green onions over a toasted crostini.

Spinach Salad
Fresh baby spinach with toasted hazelnuts, dried blueberries, orange supremes, crumbled chévre, crispy onions, all tossed in a hazelnut tarragon vinaigrette.

Chicken New Orleans | $28
Buttermilk brined crispy chicken breast, served atop red beans and rice with andouille sausage, neuske bacon and braised greens.

Blackened Redfish | $30
Served with green chile rice and the Red Drum is topped with a cilantro-lime chimichurri and a pineapple salsa and naped with chipotle oil.

Carved Tenderloin Medallion | $32
Medallion of beef served medium with crispy pommes anna, haricot vert and naped candied garlic demi-glace.

New York Styled Cheesecake layered with an apple caramel crumble topping drizzled with caramel sauce.

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3-Course Meal Starting at $28

Enjoy a selection of great choices at a fraction of fine dining prices. Choose from a soup or salad to start, then your entrée choices include Chicken New Orleans, blackened redfish, or carved tenderloin medallion. Top it all off with an apple-caramel cheesecake! Prices begin at just $28.

This menu is available from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays!

Wednesday Prime Rib Special

4:30 PM-9PM | $19.99 Per Person

10-Oz Prime Rib Dinner

Slow-roasted and seasoned prime rib of beef sliced to order and served with a side of creamy horseradish sauce and au jus, along with garlic-whipped potatoes and the vegetable of the day. Savor the flavor every Wednesday.

Dine-in only. No substitutions. Valid only on Wednesdays.