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Try Isabella's Version of Sangria

Glass - 7.25

Half Pitcher - 17.00

Pitcher - 31.00

Sherries

  • Papirusa Sherry$4.50
  • Cream Sherry, Rich, Luscious and Lavish Sweet Fruit Flavors

  • "La Gitana" Manzanilla$3.75
  • The Most Favorite Sherry in Spain. Dry, Delicate with Nutty Aromas

  • Dry Amontillado$3.75
  • Medium Dry Sherry with a Slight Almond Finish

  • Hidalgo Clasica$4.00
  • Pecan Aromas and Dry with Slightly Sweet Finish

  • Don Nuno Fino$4.25
  • Extra Pale Dry, Certain Sweetness with a Strong Almond Taste

  • Capataz Andres$4.50
  • Burnt Caramel and Toasted Walnut Flavors, Ending on a Smoky Note

  • Osborne Amontillado$4.50
  • Medium Dry with an Aroma of Caramel and Hazelnut

  • Wisdom and Warter Amontillado$4.50
  • Rich and full-bodied, with Walnut flavors and a Lemony Tang

  • Sherry Sampler$8.50
  • "La Gitana" Manzanilla, Don Nuno Fino and Hidalgo Clasica

Cellar Champagne

  • Varochon & Clerc, Brut$21.00
  • Smooth and creamy sparkler with flavors of gentle pear, apple, vanilla and toast.

  • Bouvet Signature, Brut$24.00
  • Pale straw-gold in color with fine pinpoint bubbles, with toast and a fruit nose along with a clean fruit crispness and excellent balance on the palate. The delicate effervescence carries into refined finish with notes of toast and citrus.

  • Taittinger, Brut$45.00
  • Crisp aromas of green apple, wheat and minerals, with fresh, creamy flavors of apple and toasted bread with hints of red fruit.

  • Marques De Gelida, Cava Brut$30.00
  • Golden color with apple notes, yeast and bread flavors. Crisp and creamy mouth feel with a dry finish.

  • Mont-Marcal Reserva, Cava Brut$25.00($5.25/glass)
  • Clean scents of freshly baked bread, apple, and pear meld with the faintest hint of cinnamon and sesame. On the palate light fruit, with traces of sesame and almond are hinted.

  • Christalino, Extra Dry Brut$18.00
  • A round, slightly yeasty and shows citrus aromas that veer toward lemon-lime. The palate is healthy and clean, with a narrow set of citrus and apple flavors. 88 Points

  • Marquis de la Tour, Dry Rose$18.00
  • A nice mousse, crispness, and an apple, bready, creamy palate with nuances of citrus and nuts and a bit of astringency leads to a finish which is broader than long.

  • Scharffenberger, Brut$35.00
  • Fresh aromas of butterscotch and croissant with yeasty, bakery notes and bright peach and apricot flavors with green apple tartness. 90 Points

  • Charles Heidsieck, Brut Reserve$64.00
  • Notes of nectarines and cherry plums, are apparent initially, the finish reveals nougat, honey and cereal grains.

  • Louise Roederer, Brut$85.00
  • Apple flavors meld effortlessly with citrus, grapefruit zest and just a touch of toast to show the depth of flavor. 90 Points

  • Taittinger, Brut Prestige Rose$120.00
  • Aromatic fragrance of red raspberries and strawberries is offset by floral and earth nuances. On the palate, the ripe, full berry flavors are vibrant yet refined.

  • Perrier-Jouet Champagne$250.00
  • Fleur de Champagne Box Set One of the world's most celebrated Champagnes - light bodied and distinctive. Aromas of fresh pineapple and white floral warm into complex scents of pear. The bead is intense and effervescent. The experience, unsurpassed, tastefully arrives with two celebratory anemone glass flutes.

  • Louise Roederer “Cristal”, Brut$300.00
  • A brilliant yellow with light amber highlights and has a beautiful mousse with fine cordon of persistent and regular bubbles. The nose is intense and delicate, revealing a clean and well-blended mixture of flavors of honey, cocoa, lightly toasted hazelnuts, and candied citrus fruit. A savory explosion of ripe fruit on the attack, the wine reveals red fruit, white chocolate, caramel and Danish pastry.

White Wines by the Glass

  • Chateau Ste. Michelle, 2004, Riesling, Washington$8.00
  • Peach, Apricot, and Citrus Flavors, Sweet and Crisp

  • Hermanos Villar Ipsum Rueda, 2008, Spain$8.00
  • Dry-edged with sappy citrus and orchard fruit flavors

  • Basa, 2007, Rueda, Spain$7.50
  • A blend of Verdejo, Viura, and Sauvignon Blanc, and is perfect for summer drinking, 90 points

  • Salneval, Albarino, 2007, Spain$7.50
  • Fresh and delicate hints of red fruits, the tart acidity is clean and refreshing

Red Wines by the Glass

  • Vinos Sin Ley G2, 2007, Garnacha, Spain$6.00
  • Ripe fruit and savory flavors and a spicy finish;

  • Vinos Sin Ley M1, 2007, Monastrell, Spain$9.00
  • Bitter cherry, cassis and anise flavors with dusty tannins adding grip

  • Evodia Altovinum, 2007, Garnacha, Spain$7.00
  • Intense grapefruit zest entry, reasonable length with a nice mid-palate freshness and depth

  • Wrongo Dongo, 2008, Monastrell, Jumilla$7.00
  • Bursts of rich fruit flavors, with luscious aromas of sweet and exotic spices and very well balanced

  • Solnia, 2008, Tempranillo-Garnacha, Spain$8.00
  • Blend of dried cherries, and dark berries with a caramel finish

Bottle Whites

  • Frog’s Leap, 04, Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley$38.00
  • Ripe, Deep and Concentrated Flavors of Fig, Melon, Grass and Green Apple

  • Martin Codax, 06, Rias Baixas, Spain$22.00
  • Medium-Body, bright Fruit Character and Subtle Floral Aromas. Citrus Peach and Pear Flavors

  • Falesco Vitiano, Bianco, 2007, Italy$22.00
  • Well balanced, delightful and fresh wine that offers a rich bouquet of fresh herbs, lime and ripe pears

  • Cline, 07, Viognier, Sonoma County$22.00
  • Rich, Focused and Crisp, with Exotic Melon, Floral and Tangy Apple Notes

  • Acacia, 2006, Chardonnay, California$38.00
  • Full, sweet, peach and citrus mid-palate with a finish that is long with vanilla

  • Don Olegario, Albarino, 2006, Spain$26.00
  • Crisp and Herbaceous with Aromas of Black Currant Leaf, Guava and Grapefruit. Racy Acidity

  • Veramonte, Sauvignon Blanc, 2007, Chile$21.00
  • Bollini, 04, Chardonnay, Trentino, Italy$27.00
  • Medium-Bodied with Aromas of Minerals and Lemon Rind. Good Fruity Finish

  • Hope, Verdelho, 2006, Australlia$22.00
  • Ripe tropical fruit, clean finish, Refreshing and Full of Body

  • Robert Skalli, Chardonnay, France, 2005$24.00
  • Fresh and Delicate, partially oaked, well balanced with light toasty notes and aromas of peach and fig

  • Cosme Palacio Y Hermanos, 2003, White Blend, Rioja$22.00
  • Notes of vanilla and banana, light and refreshing with mild acidity

  • Sonoma-Cutrer, 2007, Chardonnay, California$35.00
  • Flavors of spicy ginger, coconut, melon and white flower aromas

  • Trenza Blanco, Albarino, Edna Valley California$37.00
  • Notes of kiwi, vanilla, white peppers and fig

  • Benzinger “Sargiacomo”, 2007, Chardonnay, California$30.00
  • Bright tropical flavors of pineapple, pear, and peach with a slight hint of vanilla from oak barrel aging

  • Albet I Noya Xarello, 2008, Penedes, Spain$25.00
  • A richly flavored fresh white, showing clean crisp flavors and a touch of herby complexity to the fruit

  • Verdermar, 2008, Albarino, Rias Baixas$22.00
  • Notes of green apple, white floral, and grapefruit with a rounded feel in the mouth, and softness on the palate

  • La Cana, 2008, Albarino, Rias Baxias, Spain$32.00
  • High acidity with flavors of white peach on the mid-palate surrounded by pears and apples

  • Tangent, Albarino, Edna Valley, California$32.00
  • Fresh and crisp, with spicy notes, and an unusual salty character. Hints of banana and grapefruit adding to the complexity

  • Bodega Shaya, 2008, Verdejo, Rueda, Spain$27.00
  • Flavors of melon, orange blossom, green almond and lime zest flavors in a thick texture. Vibrant acidity keeps this lively

Bottle Reds

  • Trapiche, 2007, Pinot Noir, Argentina$28.00
  • Sweet flavors of red licorice, joining the less artificial cherry, butter, and strawberry flavors

  • Pico Madama Jumilla, Monastrell/Petit Verdot, 2005, Madrid$45.00
  • Tastes on the palate of red and blue fruit jam, white pepper, hints of camphor and wonderful a balance

  • Escudo Rojo, 2008, Maipo, Chile$23.00
  • Intense aromatic complexity, well balanced structure and long lingering finish

  • Merum, 2006, Grenache-Syrah, Spain$28.00
  • Dark ruby/purple in color with earth and mineral nuances as well spice and cherry in the attractive nose

  • Sycamore, 2001, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley$50.00
  • Hints of black cherry, currant, plum, and blackberry with hints of rose petals, long clean finish

  • Vina Salceda, 2002, Rioja, Spain$28.00
  • Vanilla notes from the oak pair with ripe cherry, plum and raisin flavors

  • Martin Codax, 2002, Rioja, D.O. Spain$28.00
  • Distinct Fruit Flavors or Fresh Berries and Plums

  • Cosme Palacio Y Hermanos, 2004, Rioja$21.00
  • Medium bodied with hints of spices, red fruit, and herbs

  • Peregrino, Roble, 2005, Spain$28.00
  • Vanilla and floral component with black fruits and tannin filling out the wine’s midsection

  • Finca Antigua, 2005, Tempranillo, Spain$36.00
  • Elegant wine with nuances of black and red fruit and balsamic depths which reflect its slight aging

  • Sin Zin, 2006, Zinfandel, California$33.00
  • Red Fruits, Crushed Black Pepper, Raspberries and Strawberries

  • Faustino Grand Reserva, 1996, Rioja$60.00
  • Velvety and smooth with aromas of spices,and vanilla

  • Familia Zuccardi, 2005, Tempranillo, Argentina$33.00
  • Plenty of sweet, ripe, very earthy and muscular fruit, with depth and a glossy sheen of oak, and plenty of power

  • Ludovicus, 2007, Terra Alta, Spain$28.00
  • Vivid Red Cherry Fruit Flavor with Light Tannins

  • Catena, 2007, Cabaernet Sauvignon, Argentina$32.00
  • Robust tannins with a smooth, lengthy mouthfeel with some earthy undertones

  • Robert Mondavi Reserve, 2005, Cabernet Sauvignon, California$120.00
  • Flavors of blackberry, black plum and cassis and just a hint of black olive

  • Montecillo Gran Reserva, 2001, Rioja$43.00
  • Complete and elegant aromas of ripe blackberries, firm tannins, and a touch of oak

  • Montecillo Crianza, 2003, Rioja$22.00
  • Intense, full bodied, ruby red in color with aromas of red fruit

Beer

Bottled Beer

Amstel Light, Miller Light, Corona, Yuengling Lager, Heineken Lager, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Anchor Steam Pale Ale, Brewer’s Alley 1634 Ale, Brewer’s Alley Pilsner, St. Paulie Girl Non-Alcoholic, Alhambra Negra, Alhambra Lager

Draft Beer
  • Brewer’s Alley Pale Ale
  • British Style, Pale to Medium Amber in Color

  • Brewer’s Alley Kolsch
  • Awarded a Bronze Medal at the Great American Beer Festival. Pale Gold with Light Body and Dry with a Mild Bitterness

  • Brewer’s Alley Nut Brown Ale
  • British Style, with a Roasted Nut Aroma and a Perfect Balance of Bitterness

  • Guinness Stout
  • Dry Stout with a Burnt Flavor that comes from the use of Roasted Barley

  • Blue Moon White Belgian Ale
  • Orange and Amber in Color with a Cloudy Appearance Due to it being Unfiltered. Spiced with Coriander and Orange Peel in Addition to Hops

  • Flying Dog 20 Year Anniversary Beer
  • Flying Dog Brewery presents its 20 year anniversary Belgian IPA. An American IPA augmented with Belgian Yeast, this beer jumps out of the glass and nips at your taste buds with its delicate hop bitterness with an ABV of 8.3%