Beverages


Iced Tea – 2.25
Hot Tea – 2.35
Coffee – 2.25

Turkish Coffee – 2.65

Espresso – 2.25
Cappuccino – 2.95
Cafe’ Latte – 3.45
Ice Cream Cappuccino – 4.45
Iced Latte – 3.65
Add Extra Flavor – 0.75
Irish Cream, Amaretto, Each Hazelnut,
Mocha, French Vanilla

Mexican Coke – 2.50
Bottle Water – 1.25
Juice – 2.75   Apple, Orange, Cranberry, Pineapple
Soda – 1.75   Coke Products 12oz Cans

Milk – 2.25
Chocolate Milk – 2.55
Hot Chocolate – 2.55
Bottled Water – 1.25

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From The Bar
Bloody Mary – 7.00
Mimosa – 6.00
Screw Driver – 6.00

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Wines by the Glass $7 – 9

Sparkling
Zardetto Prosecco Brut – Italy  – 8 sm bottle (187 ml)

White Wine
Parducci Small Lot Chardonnay
– Russian River Valley, CA
8 glass / 30 bottle

Pedroncelli Sauvignon Blanc
– Sonoma County, CA – 8 glass / 30 bottle

Zenato Pinot Grigio
– Sonoma County, CA – 8 glass / 30 bottle

Red Wine
Parducci Small Lot Cabernet Sauvignon
– Russian River Valley, CA – 8 glass / 30 bottle

Parker Station Pinot Noir
– Santa Barbara, CA  – 10 glass / 36 bottle

La Flor Malbec
– Mendoza, Argentina  – 9 glass / 35 bottle

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Beers  $7-9

Veltins Pilsner – Germany  (4.8% ABV)

Veltins Grevensteiner – Germany  (5.2% ABV)

Rockyard Brewing Co. – (Seasonal) – Castle Rock, CO

Paulaner Oktoberfest – Germany  (5.8% ABV)

Paulaner Hefeweizen – Germany  (5.5% ABV)

Paulaner Munich Lager – Germany  (4.9% ABV)

Paulaner Salvator – Germany (7.9% ABV)
This unfiltered Dopplebock has been brewed for over 375 years — always adhering to the original recipe. The unmistakable smooth chocolate flavor with robust caramel notes pair perfectly with potato pancakes.

Fruli Strawberry Beer – Belgium  (4.1% ABV)
This Belgian fruit beer is produced with 30% pure strawberries. Its deep pink body and fruity smell make it a great summer drink. Fruli won the gold medal at the UK’s Food & Drink Expo in 2004, and was announced the World’s Best Fruit Beer in 2009.

Rekorderlig Wild Berry Cider – Sweden  (7.0% ABV)
This cider has the nose of fresh, juicy, wild country berries with the subtle undertones of pear that combine to create the semi-sweet ciderwith a dry finish. This cider pairs perfectly with a sandwich, or as a dessert beer.

Skullsplitter – Scotland (8.5% ABV)
This strong Scottish ale has a dark amber body, and the aroma of dark fruits, spice, molasses, and raisins. With a heavy body and light carbonation, this beer is the winner of the Supreme Champion Winter Beer of Britain in 2001 at CAMRA’s National Celebration of Beer.

Okocim – Poland  (6.5% ABV)
First brewed in 1845, this beer is a balanced flavor of lightly sweet malts with a spicy hop bite. This beer finishes with a dry crispness that is stern and unique among many of the European Lagers. A great beer to drink with traditional Polish cuisine, such as a plate full of hot potato and onion Pierogis.