Lower South End
This place is fantastic! I missed the chance of going when it was located down near Sugar Creek Brewing and Queen City Social so I am so glad I found this location while searching for good drinks! My friend and I went on a Tuesday night and I believe our bartenders name was Emily, who was also wonderful and patient with us as we stared at their impressive drink selection for probably too long. She even offered to whip up a mocktail for my friend! We ended up choosing the lavender lemonade, a peach whiskey sour, and the key lime mule. The mule was probably one of the best drinks Ive ever had! Will be back for that drink alone and the friendly staff. They had music trivia that night and the host was fun and kept the crowd laughing! The outdoor patio is gorgeous, plenty of parking was available and the food was delicious! While the pickle pizza wouldnt hold up to Rhinos in New York - it came in at a close second! The pretzels and beer cheese were next level!! TLDR; fun drinks, friendly staff, phenomenal food - go try them out yourself!
With lovely holiday ambience and fancy cocktails in a clean, older-style building, this place has some serious charm. Didn't sample the food this time but will be back.
Hardin H Hawes
Only been once but the drinks were tasty. Nice outside area as well a roll up garage door that opens the inside bar to the outside. Didn't try the pizza but the table next to us got one and it smelled great and seemed to be a good value. We'll be back!
Very cool place! The drinks are fancy and fun, very well-thought out and well-executed. We got the Irish Remedy (hot) ($9), Key Lime Mule ($9), Grapefruit Mule ($9), and Quinns Carolina Whiskey ($8). All were really great. The bartender described the Key Lime Mule as liquid key lime pie, and he was completely right. It was soo good. The Grapefruit Mule was good, and not overwhelmingly grapefruit-y. Apparently theyre closing and trying to find another location. I hope they find a place soon, because wed love to go back!
Great cocktails and great food! We got the Broken Spoke cocktail (similar to an old fashioned) and it was one of my favorite cocktails. The single large ice cube it is served with is a nice touch. We also got the duck crostini and the sausage rolls were were absolutely delicious. The drinks are pricey, but they are definitely worth it. Ill definitely be coming back to sample more cocktails and appetizers! There were many more that I was interested in trying.