Yeungling Lager – Pottsville (4.4% ABV) – $3.50
Victory Hop Devil – American IPA – Victory Brewing Company, Downingtown (6.7% ABV) – $4.50
Perpetual IPA – Imperial IPA- Troegs Brewing, Hershey (7.5% ABV) – $4.50
Brawler – English Pale Ale – Yards Brewing Company, Philadelphia (4.2% ABV) – $5.00
Merry Monks – Tripel- Weyerbacher Brewing Company, Easton (9.3% ABV) – $6.00


Miller Lite – Lager – Miller Brewing Company – Milwaukie, WI (4.2% ABV) – $3.50
Blue Moon – Belgium Style Wheat – Coors Brewing Company – Denver, CO (5.4% ABV) – $5.00
Indian Brown Ale – American Brown Ale – Dogfish Head Craft Brewery – Milton, DE (7.2% ABV) – $5.00
Fox Tail Gluten Free Ale – American Pale Ale -Joseph James Brewing – Henderson, NV (5% ABV) – $5.00
Vanilla Porter – Brekenridge Brewing, CO (4.7% ABV) – $5.00
Dirty Bastard – Scotch Ale – Founders Brewing Company – Grand Rapids, MI (8.5% ABV) – $6.00
Ommegang Abbey Ale – Dubbel – Brewery Ommegang- Cooperstown, NY (8.5% ABV) – $6.00
Hennepin – Saison Farmhouse Ale – Brewery Ommegang – Cooperstown, NY (7.7% ABV) – $6.00


Corona – American Lager – Cervecería Modelo, Mexico (4.6% ABV) – $5.00

Guinness Extra Stout – 16oz Guinness Brewery – Dublin, Ireland (4% ABV) – $6.00

Murphy’s Irish Stout – 16 oz Murphy Brewery Ireland Limited – Cork, Ireland (4% ABV) – $6.00
La Fin du Monde – Tripel – Unibroue Brewery- Quebec, Canada (9% ABV) – $7.00
Maudite –Belgian Strong Dark Ale- Unibroue Brewery – Quebec, Canada (8% ABV) – $7.00
Organic Chocolate Stout – Samuel Smith Old Brewery – Tadcaster, England (5% ABV) – $7.00

CIDER (Gluten Free)

Angry Orchard – Angry Orchard Cider Company – Cincinnati, OH (5.5% ABV) – $4.50



House Red, White or White Zinfandel Wines – $5/glass

RED Glass Bottle
Winemakers’s Blend – Apothic Red/Dark – Modesto, California $7 $30
Malbec – Septima – Mendoza, Argentina $7.50 $30
Cabernet – Robert Mondavi – Central Coast, California  $7.50 $30
Shiraz – Jacob’s Creek – Barossa, Australia $30
Merlot – Beulieu Vineyard (BV) – Coastal Estates, California $30
Pinot Noir – Wild Horse – Central Coast, California $45
 Cabernet – Liberty School –South Central Coast, California  $35
WHITE Glass Bottle
Riesling – Robert Mondavi Private Selection – Central Coast, California $30
Pinot Grigio – Sterling Vintner’s Collection – Central Coast, California $7.50 $30
Chardonnay – Kendall Jackson – Sonoma County, California  $8.50 $35
Sauvignon Blanc – Simi – Sonoma Count, California $35
SPARKLING Glass Bottle
Prosecco – Lamarca – Vento, Italy $40



 Shatter 2012 Grenache, Côtes Catalanes – $45

Côtes Catalanes is an obscure wine region tucked into the mountains that separate France from Spain. Soils here are very similar to Spain’s Priorat and the vines are mostly very old (40+ year) vines. The region is both high-altitude and Mediterranean, which allows for a very long growing season. That means wines can easily hit 16+% alcohol and still remain deliciously drinkable. Full on lush black fruit and gobs of fresh herbs roll into an avalanche of melting tannins and fleshy goodness. It’s like driving down the Pacific Coast Highway towards LA in a convertible while listening to a mashup of Punk Rock and 60’s French Pop. This is in-your-face stuff.  Five Star rating by Philadelphia Wine School. 92 Points Wine Advocate.


Terlato 2009 Syrah “Block 9” Dry Creek Valley – $55

Dry Creek Valley is best known for producing great Zinfandel, but this bottling shows the region’s true potential. Dry farmed above the spot where the Russian River and Dry Creek Valleys merge, it is one of the coolest spots in Sonoma, and the nights are downright frosty. This combination of long California days and cold nights are exactly what Syrah needs to overcome its habit of turning too fruity and peppery in warmer climates.  Their

Winemaking is very old school: fermented in open vats, aged for nearly 2 years in old French oak barrels, and then aged for another two years in bottle. This particular bottle is sourced from one of the vineyard’s best parcels, Block 9.  Rich and coarse tannins are smoothed out with a concentrated body of anise and wood resin. Dark fruits and burnt sage in the mid palate evolves to bacon fat and a whiff of chocolate and toffee. This bottle is punching well above its weight. Five Star rating by Philadelphia Wine School. 90 Points – Wine Spectator.


Chateau St. Jean 2012 Fume Blanc – $30

The Chateau St. Jean from Sonoma County California Fumé Blanc is extremely inviting with vivid aromas of peach, nectarine, fresh fig and a soft floral citrus note. The nose leads to luscious palate with flavors of red sweet apple, lemon citrus and a touch of honey. There is a core of vibrant lemon-lime acidity on the finish which makes the wine bright and very food friendly. This cuvee is a blend of sauvignon blanc and Semillon and pairs nicely with our Salmon, Chicken, Cleopatra Salad and Samosas.


Landmark Overlook 2012 Chardonnay – $40This Sonoma County chardonnay is full of rich pear fruit and spice, but its best attribute is that it will please a wide variety of chardonnay lovers. It has a round, silky mouthfeel with oak-influenced flavors, providing fans of bigger chardonnays with the richness and flavors they desire. The oak flavors, however, do not overwhelm the wine and there is good acidity to keep everything in balance. This will give those who prefer refreshing whites the crispness they crave.