**All guests must be of legal drinking age**
Our basic fee for bartending services is $350, which includes four hours of service and one hour of prep time. For groups of 30 and less it also includes non-alcoholic mixers, fresh juices and syrups. Additional time can be reserved at $60 per hour.
Take the stress out of your next soiree and let us make the drinks while you enjoy the party! (Groups of 50 or less).
Curious about cocktail basics, or looking to improve your mixing skills? Let us design a class to get you up to speed. Perfect for club meetings and small groups!
Restaurant and bar owners--need an assist putting together a cocktail list? We can help!
Is shopping at the local liquor store a daunting proposition for you? Let us accompany you on your next trip, help you wade through the myriad spirits and sundries available and pick out just what you need for your home bar.
Pick A Spirit
Interested in a sampling of libations featuring a particular spirit? We'll come up with some classic cocktails that utilize it, and the stories behind the creation of each one.
Clean Out The Liquor Cabinet
Do you have a bunch of forlorn spirits crowding the back of your liquor cabinet? We can dust off those old bottles and come up with some fun, custom creations just for you!
Pick A Theme
to sample cocktails associated with a particular time period or
location? We can custom design a program featuring four cocktails with
your theme in mind.
Punches and Custom Concoctions
We can also create one-of-a-kind punches and signature cocktails for your event. Just send us a message!
We'd love to partner with you! Drop us a line and let's talk!
Libation Education Programs
Our programs focus on specific cocktails or genres of drinks. We not only demonstrate how they're made, and let guests sample the results, but we also talk about the history of the drinks, and how they evolved. Guests get recipes they can try at home, as well as a suggested reading list so they can further their own libation education. (Groups of 15 or less). Choose from the following, or let us come up with a custom program just for you:
Explore the evolution of the undisputed King of Cocktails. We'll start with the Martinez (Old Tom gin, sweet vermouth, maraschino liqueur, Angostura bitters), widely believed to be the immediate predecessor to the Martini, then work our way through the Pre-Prohibition Dry Martini (gin, dry vermouth, orange bitters)the Post-War Dry Martini (gin, dry vermouth), and the James Bond favorite, the Vesper (vodka, gin, Lillet Blanc).
Cocktails of New Orleans
New Orleans is one of the most important cities in the history of the cocktail. In this flight, we'll sample four seminal concoctions to come out of the Crescent City: the Sazerac (rye whiskey, sugar, Peychaud's bitters, absinthe rinse); the Ramos Gin Fizz (gin, fruit juices, sugar, milk, egg white, orange flower water, club soda); the Vieux Carre (rye whiskey, cognac, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, Peychaud's bitters, Angostura bitters); and the Brandy Crusta (brandy, orange curacao, sugar, Angostura bitters).
Pre-Cocktails: Cobblers, Sangarees, Slings and Juleps
These drinks are examples of some of the mixed drinks that were imbibed before the birth of what we recognize as the modern cocktail: the Sherry Cobbler (sherry, muddled orange, sugar); the Sangaree (port, sugar, nutmeg); the Gin Sling (gin, sugar, water); and the Mint Julep (bourbon, sugar, mint).
This selection of tropical creations covers a couple of Tiki favorites as well as some more restrained beach-going beverages: the Zombie (rum, fruit juices, grenadine, orange curacao, Angostura bitters); the Mai Tai (rum, orange curacao, lime juice, orgeat); the Singapore Sling (gin, Cherry Heering, Cointreau, Benedictine, fruit juices, Angostura bitters); and the Pina Colada (rum, cream, coconut liqueur, fruit juices, Angostura bitters).
A Collection Of Classics
Sample four cornerstone drinks that have provided the foundation for many modern cocktails: the Manhattan (rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, Angostura bitters); the Dry Gin Martini (gin, dry vermouth, orange bitters); the Old Fashioned (bourbon, sugar, Angostura bitters); and the Tom Collins (gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, club soda).
The Lost Boys
These cocktails were some of the most popular tipples in their day. They fell by the wayside over the years, only to be rediscovered by cocktail geeks in the Internet Age: the Ward Eight (bourbon, sugar, lemon juice, grenadine); the Bronx Cocktail (gin, sweet vermouth, dry vermouth, orange juice, orange bitters); the Blood and Sand (Scotch, Cherry Heering, orange juice, sweet vermouth); and the Aviation (gin, maraschino liqueur, creme de violette, lemon juice).