The brick-and-beam 1910 architecture combines antiques, a 38-foot bar, and a menu of classic cocktails. Most are inspired from the 1862 bartending bible How to Mix Drinks by Jerry Thomas, the first bartending manual ever to put oral traditions to print with recipes for mint juleps, sloe gin fizzes, and more. Test the bartender's skill by asking for a Pick-Me-Up, a Chain-Lightning, or a Corpse Reviver. Parties of six or more can book family-style dinners: everything
is set in the center of the kitchen table, and it's a help-yourself affair, just like at home.