Fielding's Wood Grill


Prohibition Style Cocktails All Week!

Thursday, January 13 - Wednesday, January 19


Sazerac Sazerac rye whiskey, cane syrup, Peychaud’s bitters, Pernod absinthe

The Sazerac is a local variation of a cocktail originally from NewOrleans, named for the Sazerac de Forge et Fils brand of cognac brandy that served as its original main ingredient. Some claim it is the oldest known American cocktail.

South Side Fizz Botanist gin, pressed lime, cane syrup, egg white, fresh mint 

Favorite beverage of Al Capone. Named after Chicago’s South Side, Capone’s territory and home of operation.

Boulevardier Old Forester bourbon, Campari, Carpano Antica sweet vermouth 

A creation is ascribed to Erskine Gwynne, an American-born writer who founded a monthly magazine in Paris called Boulevardier, which appeared from 1927 to 1932.

El Presidente Flor de Caña 4 silver, Dolin dry vermouth, orange curaçao, grenadine, luxardo cherry  

Popular in Havana during the 1920s through the 1940s during American Prohibition. It quickly became the preferred drink of the Cuban upper class. There are two rival stories of who the cocktail is named after. One is Mario García Menocal, President from 1913-1921. The other is Gerardo Machado, who was a General and also President from 1925-1933.

Singapore Sling New Amsterdam gin, Benedictine, Grand Marnier, Luxardo cherry liqueur, pineapple juice, pressed lime, Angostura bitters, Club soda 

This long drink was developed sometime before 1915 by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon in the Long Bar in Raffle Hotel, Singapore. A sling was originally a North American drink composed of spirit and water, sweetened and flavor.


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