Cocktail Club's Tropical Heat

Jonathan Boncek

Cocktail Club's Tropical Heat

The Cocktail Club occupies the second floor above its sister restaurant, the Macintosh. Taking a touch of inspiration from the old speakeasy days, the big room has an appealing blend of the rustic and the sophisticated, invoking a nightclub improvised in a Prohibition-era warehouse. But there are no bathtub gin martinis here. The cocktails have plenty of contemporary farm-to-shaker influences, employing beet juice and sweet potato puree along with an array of liquors infused with everything from black and red peppercorns to blueberries and thyme. Spicy, floral, creamy, smoky: the flavors are always fresh and inventive, making this a club very worth joining. —Robert Moss Dish (Winter 2013)

Restaurant Details

An extensive menu of house-made infusions, rare spirits, specialty cocktails, craft beers, fine wines, and light fare.

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Hours: Dinner & Late Night (Mon.-Fri.), 5 p.m.-2 a.m.

Happy Hours

Weds, Thurs, Sun 5pm-7pm: Wednesdays - all bourbons $5
Thursdays - Six featured cocktails for $6 each, 1/2 off all apps
Sunday - 1/2 off all bottles of wine and punch bowls

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