We offer a fun, eclectic selection of wines, beers, ciders, spirits, and soft drinks with bottle prices ranging from $28 to $128 and up. No outside food or drink is allowed. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.


Autumn of Burgundy
Bourgogne Blanc

The Taste of Ancient Ocean Beds
Chablis Premier Cru, “Vosgros,” Christian Simon, Burgundy, France, 2014 [21/84]

Chardonnay at Home
Mâcon-Villages, Domaine des Verchères, Burgundy, France, 2015 [12/48]

Worthy of the Messenger God
Mercurey Premier Cru, “Les Champs Martins,” Michel Juillot, Burgundy, France, 2010 - magnum from a Coravin [32/256]

Frog Friendly
Rully, “Le Grenouille,” Roblet-Monnot, Burgundy, France, 2012 [16/64]

Mâcon's Original Gangster
Viré-Clessé, “Tête,” Thévenet, Burgundy, France, 2009 [19/76]

Bourgogne Rouge

Vin de Plaisir
Côteaux Bourguignons, “Bellenos,” Roche de Bellene, Burgundy, France, 2014 [12/48]

Côte d'Or Quality at Chalonnaise Prices
Rully, “En Rosey,” Chanzy, Burgundy, France, 2015 [15/60]

The Golden Gate
Bourgogne, Charles Audoin, Burgundy, France, 2014 [18/72]

Like an October Hayride
Pernand-Vergelesses, Pierre Bourée, Burgundy, France, 2000 - from a Coravin [32/128]

Of Water Nymphs & Wine Gods
Santenay Premier Cru, “Les Gravières,” Pierre Bourée, Burgundy, France, 2001 - from a Coravin [38/152]

Sparkling & More

Stop Trying to Make Champagne Happen
Crémant de Bourgogne, Jean-Marc Lafont, Burgundy, France, NV [14/56]

My Beautiful, My Eternal
Touraine Rosé Brut, Charles Bove, Loire, France, NV [13/52]

Ur-Wine (Orange)
Rkatsiteli, Orgo, Kakheti, Georgia, 2014 [13/52]
Pinot Gris, “Dragone Ramato,” Forlorn Hope, Sierra Foothills, California, 2015 - from a Coravin [24/96]

The Thomas More of Wines (Rosé Sans Frontières)
Tibouren Rosé, “Cru Classé,” Clos Cibonne, Côtes de Provence, France, 2015 [15/60]
Etna Rosato, Calabretta, Sicily, Italy, 2015 [15/60]

The Ultimate Island Wine
Madeira, “Rainwater,” Broadbent, Madeira, Portugal, NV [9]


The Beer of Wines
Lambrusco dell'Emilia, “Quaresimo,” La Collina, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, NV [13/52]

Most Modern of the Traditional
Rioja, Laderas de Cabama, Rioja, Spain, 2012 [13/52]

Old Wine Out of Big Bottles (Magnums from a Coravin)
Cinsault Blend, Château Musar, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, 1997 [41/328]

Suds & Ciders

Spirit of the Mountains in a Can
Cider, “Collaboration #5 (Shacksbury),” Anxo, DC - 12oz can [9]

Be My Baby
Berliner Weisse, “Kick.Kick.Snare.,” Right Proper, DC - on tap [9]

Endorsed by Vic Rattlehead
Saison, “À Tout le Monde,” Unibroue, Quebec - on tap [8]

Clock's Ticking!
Double IPA, “Enjoy by 10.31.17," Stone, California - on tap [8]

On Island Time
Pilsner, Presidente, Dominican Republic - 12oz bottle [4]

Soft Drinks

Limone e Sale [3]
Apple-Cardamom Shrub [8]
Hibiscus Agua Fresca [8]
Iced Moroccan Mint [6]
Iced Hojicha [6]

Barritt’s Ginger Beer [3]
Pellegrino Pompelmo [3]
Pellegrino Chinotto [3]
Sprecher Root Beer [3]
Mexican Coke [3]


Painkiller [14]
navy-strength rum, pineapple & coconut from a can, orange, nutmeg
$1 from each drink goes to Hurricane Irma relief efforts in the Virgin Islands

Pamchenko Twist V [13]
slammable vodka cocktail

Bong Bong [12]
Rheingau Riesling, Lambrusco, orange bitters

Tarlogie Time [14]
Glenmorangie 10, Provençal rosé, Amaro Nonino, lemon

Mayfly Daiquiri [14]
Cotton & Reed white rum, Smith & Cross, falernum, orgeat, lime
contains nuts

Alright, Alright, Alright [13]
bourbon, rainwater madeira, Capitoline Rosé, Fernet Francisco

Carlos Slim [19]
Mezcal Vago, lemon, cane syrup, egg white, Château Musar

Decorative Gourd Season [14]
One Eight Untitled Gin No. 2, baked pear shrub, Angostura, Fernet

Dark & Stormy [12]
Jill's - dark rum, Barritt's ginger beer


Denise Levertov

What patience a landscape has, like an old horse,
head down in its field
                                   Grey days,
air and fine rain cling, become one, hovering till at last,
languidly, rain relinquishes that embrace, consents
to fall. What patience a hill, a plain,
a band of woodland holding still, have, and the slow falling
of grey rain . . . Is it blind faith? Is it
merely a way to deeply rest? Is the horse
only resigned, or has it
some desireable knowledge, an enclosed meadow
quite other than its sodden field,
which patience is the key to? Has it already,
within itself, entered that sunwarmed shelter?