Cocktail Of The Day: Ask your server about today’s revolutionary “experiment”

In Colonial America, a daily dose of alcohol was practically mandatory. Safer than potentially unclean water, booze was the best option for staying hydrated and warm, so there was no reason to hold back—and they didn’t. Neither should you! The average colonist downed six gallons of pure alcohol annually, compared to today’s average of two. Time for you to catch up to your revolutionary brothers & sisters with one of the cocktails below!



Your choice of red, white, or blush. Available by the glass or pitcher


Pomegranate Margarita

Patron Silver, Pomegranate Liqueur, Grapefruit juice, simple syrup, lime juice


Blueberry Lemonade

Fresh muddled blueberries, Stoli Blueberry Vodka, Deep Eddy Lemon Vodka, soda water


Peachie Bellini

Sparkling Prosecco and Deep Eddy Peach Vodka become one


Cucumber Martini

Effen Cucumber Vodka, St Elder, fresh squeezed lime juice, topped with ginger beer


Citrus Kiss

Absolut Citron Vodka, vanilla bean simple syrup, fresh lemon juice shaken and served up with a sugar rim


Scotch Honey Iced Tea

Dewar’s Highlander Honey blended scotch, fresh lemon juice and house made tea infused simple syrup


Espresso Martini

Svedka Vanilla Vodka, Kahlua, Frangelico, fresh brewed espresso and Bailey’s Irish Cream


Ginger Mule

Square One Bergamot Vodka muddled with fresh lime and orange. Finished with ginger beer


Watermelon Basil Martini

Square One Basil Vodka with fresh muddled basil, simple syrup and lemon juice



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Pawtuxet Village

Cranston, RI 02905