Outer Range – Lawn Games– IPA – Frisc0 6.5% ABV $12

Outer Range – Panorama – Haze Pale Ale – Frisco 5.3% ABV $12

Wibby– Vienna lager – Longmont 5.5% ABV $12

Cans & Bottles
4 Noses – IPA – Broomfield 7.1% ABV $7
Ayinger – Hefe Weizen – Germany 5.1% ABV $10
Wibby – Pilsner – Longmont 5.5% ABV $8
Bruz – Belgaian Diablo Gold Strong Ale – Denver 9.5% ABV $15
Bruz – Belgaian Quad Ale – Denver 10% ABV $15
Brooklyn Brewery NA – IPA – Brooklyn 0.5% ABV $7
                                                                                   Left Hand – Nitro Milk Stout – Longmont 6.0% ABV $8                                                                                             Guinness – Nitro Stout – Ireland 4.2% ABV $8


Riviera Mojito Sparkler $12
Chopin Vodka mint infused, Cucumber syrup, Chareau Aloe liqueur, St Germain liqueur, Contratto Bianco

Jalisco Passion $13
Mi Campo Tequila, Vida Mescal, Passion fruit syrup, Red chile, Canton ginger liqueur

Auvergne Old Fashion $14
High West Bourbon, Truffle honey syrup, Black Walnut bitters

Peche Entre Les Feuilles $1
Barrhill Gin, Courvoisier, Cointreau liqueur, Peach bitters

Pomme Fumee $14
Bunsel VSOP Calvados, Famous Grouse, Cardamom Agave Syrup, Orange Bitters

Poire aux Herbes $13
Ketel One, Pear Oregano cordial, Chareau Aloe liqueur, Creme de Violette

Cafe Arrose $14
Fig Rye Bourbon, Galliano coffee liqueur, Amaretto, Orange liqueur, Amaro Montenegro, Whiskey whip cream

Sparkling By The Glass

Giacomo – Prosecco – Veneto, it N.V
Classic style compliments lively effervescence and aromas of honeysuckle and soft citrus.
Glass $11 Bottle $50

Brut Philipponnat “Royal Reserve”– Cuvee blend – Champagne, FR N.V
First press juice of mainly Grand and Premier Crus grapes 20 to 30% of reserve wines are aged in wooden barrels using the solera system.
Glass $23 Bottle $92

Brut Rose – Allimant-Laugner – Pinot Noir – Alsace, FR N.V
The deep pink appearance is pursued by violets, wild strawberries and sour candies.
Glass $14 Bottle $52

Brut Rose – J Vineyards – Cuvee blend – Sonoma, California, US N.V
Produced in the traditional style delivering chalky finesse along with seriously zippy red fruits.
Glass $ 23 Bottle $90

Brut – Lunelli, Ferrari – Cuvve blend – Villa Margon, IT N.V
Who doesn’t want to get into a Ferrari? This peachy, nutty toasty Italian won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
Glass $18 Bottle $76

Brut – CHAMPALOU – Chenin Blanc – Vouvray, FR N.V
Stainless steel fermented; 100 % Chenin Blanc makes this a excellent dry style alternative to traditional Champagne.
Glass $16 Bottle $61

Brut 375 ml. – Ruinart – Blanc de Blanc – Reims, FR N.V
Refined, steady and sultry brings intense voluptuous exotic fruits, citrus with spiced apples.
Bottle $148

– First Course –

Choice Of One


Shaved Green Asparagus, Frisée, Blood Orange


 Foie Gras Torchon, Mache, Passion fruit Vinaigrette


Baby Herb Salad, Smoked Chili Aioli

– Wine Pairing –

Sanger ” Voyage 360″ Brut NV

 360 is equal parts Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier. Hand-harvested grapes (sourced from 42 villages) were combined to create this cuvée, thus touring you through the Champagne region!

Pale golden hue, with aromatics of green apple, citrus and brioche. The palate shows lovely flavors of pear, yellow apple, Meyer lemon curd and bitter almond with a light, frothy mousse.

Glass $25 / Bottle $90


Bohigas “Reserva” Cava NV

Pale yellow color. Constant and small bubble. Foam of great persistence. Very fruity aromas, especially of white fruit (acid apple and pear) on shades of peel of citrus and white flowers. In the background, some spicy notes owed to ageing (cinnamon) and cookies. It is a well-structured “cava” in the mouth. Well picked up over its acidity that tenses it overall from beginning to end. The bubble lends a creamy feeling, and it gives volume and softness to the structure that returns acidity and widens the aromas of white fruits and spices that are repeated in the mouth.

Glass $13 / Bottle $39


– Second Course –

Choice Of One


Forbidden Black Rice Pilaf, Avocado, Blood Orange Supreme, Golden frisee,

Lemon lavender beurre blanc 


Glazed Pearl Onions & Thumbelina Carrots, Yukon Potatoes


Leek Fondue, Almond-Quinoa Pilaf, Pomegranate Beurre


Duck Fat Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Seared Greens, Béarnaise Sauce

– Wine Pairing –

Emile Beyer 2018

On the palate, this Riesling is dry and delicately fruity. It has a bouquet of great finesse with citric nuances and a distinct mineral character. Aromatic and fermented dry,  typically served with fresh water fish, shellfish and other seafood, or chicken and game birds. The subtle nose of this wine shows notions of vine peach and rhubarb.

Glass $13 / Bottle $39


Domaine Jean Claude Courtault 2020

A beautiful golden color Chablis, with an aromatic nose of white flowers and stone fruits. Very fruity and complex, with nice volume on the palate. A great minerality, crisp acidity and notes of peach and citrus. Clean, lingering finish. The aromatic profile and structured quality of this wine bring out the very best in grilled fish or white meats.

Glass $16 / Bottle $54


Jerome Chezeaux ” Les Charbonnieres” Nuits-St-Georges 2019

The .67-hectare parcel is ideally located in Prémeaux just below the Premier Cru “Aux Corvées”.  The vines are over 80 years old and show the power and concentration that marks this fabled southern sector of the appellation.

Glass $41 / Bottle $146

Silverado Vineyards 2016

This approachable Cabernet (sourced from the winery’s estate vineyards ,Mt. George, Silverado, and Oakville Station) offers aromas of blackberry crisp and exhibits flavors of cherry, clove, and a hint of dark chocolate. Full bodied and smooth with a lingering finish.

Glass $27 / Bottle $101