We offer a fun, eclectic selection of wines, beers, ciders, spirits, and soft drinks with bottle prices ranging from $38 to $138 and up. No outside food or drink is allowed. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.


Spring of DMVino
Local Whites

You're a Daisy if You Do!
Riesling, Ox-Eye, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, 2015 [13/52]

The Vine Beloved of Bees
Fiano, Barboursville, Monticello, Virginia, 2016 [15/60]

Making It Official
Viognier, Michael Shaps, Monticello, Virginia, 2016 [16/64]

Made for Each Other
Petit Manseng, Early Mountain, Madison, Virginia, 2016 [16/64]

Local Reds

Labor Omnia Vincit
Pinot Noir, Ox-Eye, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, 2016 [15/60]

More Left Bank than Left Coast
Cabernet Sauvignon Blend, “Claret,” Linden, Fauquier, Virginia, 2015 [17/68]

Garagistes of the Blue Ridge
Tannat, Stinson, Monticello, Virginia, 2015 [19/76]

Family Matters
Cabernet Franc, Rappahannock Cellars, Rappahannock, Virginia, 2016 [13/52]

My Cup Runneth Over
Petit Verdot, Michael Shaps, Monticello, Virginia, 2015 [16/64]

Distinctly Expressive & Individual
Cabernet Sauvignon Blend, “Hardscrabble,” Linden, Fauquier, Virginia, 2010 - from a Coravin [28/112]

Sparkling & More

I Dreamed a D.O.
Blanc de Blancs, Raventós i Blanc, Conca del Riu Anoia, Spain, 2015 [15/60]

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

Fit for an Italian Courtesan
Lambrusco di Modena, “Nicchia,” Famiglia Carafoli, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, NV [12/48]

Ur-Wine (Orange)
Grecanico, Sikele, Sicily, Italy, 2015 [13/52]
Pinot Grigio, “Seeds & Skins,” Old Westminster, Carroll, Maryland, 2017 - 375mL can [20]
Rkatsiteli, Orgo, Kakheti, Georgia, 2016 [13/52]
Mtsvane, Shalauri, Kakheti, Georgia, 2015 [16/64]

The Thomas More of Wines (Rosé Sans Frontières)
Txakolina Rosé, “Rubentis,” Ameztoi, Getaria, Spain, 2017 [15/60]
Negroamaro Rosato, “Tenute Eméra,” Cladio Quarta, Puglia, Italy, 2017 [12/48]
Merlot Blend Rosé, “Raw Rosé,” Old Westminster, Carroll, Maryland, 2017 - 375mL can [20]
Etna Rosato, “Rosso Relativo,” Alice Bonaccorsi, Sicily, Italy, 2013 [16/64]

The Ultimate Island Wine
Madeira, “Baltimore Rainwater,” Rare Wine Co., Madeira, Portugal, NV [16]


Old Wine Out of Big Bottles (Magnums from a Coravin)
Rioja Reserva, “Viña Tondonia,” López de Heredia, Rioja, Spain, 2005 [30/240]
Cinsault Blend, Château Musar, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, 1997 [41/328]


Brightwood's Brightest
Cidre Blanc, Anxo, DC - 12oz can [9]

Riding All Around the Street
Witbier, “White Bicycles,” Right Proper, DC - on tap [9]

Pushing the Boundaries
American Sour Ale, “Rosso e Marrone,” Captain Lawrence, New York - on tap [10]

Cheers to Every Ride!
Session IPA, “Post Ride Snack,” Maine Beer Co., Maine - on tap [9]

On Island Time
Pilsner, Presidente, Dominican Republic - 12oz bottle [6]

Soft Drinks

Limone e Sale [3]
Hibiscus Agua Fresca [8]
Strawberry-Rhubarb Shrub [8]
Switchel [8]
Iced Moroccan Mint [6]
Iced Yunnan Gold [6]

Fever-Tree Tonic [3]
Barritt’s Ginger Beer [3]
Pellegrino Pompelmo [3]
Pellegrino Chinotto [3]
Sprecher Root Beer [3]
Mexican Coke [3]


The Bernadette [15]
strawberry-rhubarb-infused Civic Vodka, lemon, hibiscus, soda
for each drink sold, $3 goes to the Transgender Law Center
in honor of PRIDE month in partnership with Republic Restoratives

L'Apéritif Culte [12]
Cap Corse Blanc on the rocks with a lemon twist

Pamchenko Twist V [13]
slammable vodka cocktail

Milko & Honey [15]
Barr Hill Tom Cat Gin, lemon, lavender-turmeric-infused honey

Daiquiri du Jour [14]
Neisson Agricole Blanc, Smith & Cross, lime, orange, cardamom

La Isla Bonita [14]
Olmeca Altos Tequila, Strega, lime, tonic

Islay Contessa [15]
Botanist Gin, Aperol, Citron Sauvage, lemon

Alright, Alright, Alright [14]
bourbon, rainwater madeira, Capitoline Rosé, Fernet Francisco

Queens Boulevardier [14]
Willett Bourbon, Capitoline Tiber, Carpano Antica, Cap Corse Rouge

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

Imaginary Conversation

Linda Pastan

You tell me to live each day
as if it were my last. This is in the kitchen
where before coffee I complain
of the day ahead - that obstacle race
of minutes and hours,
grocery stores and doctors.

But why the last? I ask. Why not
live each day as if it were the first -
all raw astonishment. Eve rubbing
her eyes awake that first morning,
the sun coming up
like an ingénue in the east?

You grind the coffee
with the small roar of a mind
trying to clear itself. I set
the table, glance out the window
where dew has baptized every
living surface.