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210 Nicanor Garcia St., Bel-Air II
1209 Makati City, PH

Phone: (02) 832-9600 | (0915) 418-1407

Cocktails - Aperitivo

Pre-Dinner
Americano (₱250)
A 19th century Italian cocktail originated in the Torino-Milano area consisting of Campari, Martini and sweet Vermouth. The American travelers preferred their aperitivo with soda water, hence the name
A 19th century Italian cocktail originated in the Torino-Milano area consisting of Campari, Martini and sweet Vermouth. The American travelers preferred their aperitivo with soda water, hence the name
Cardinale (₱230)
Gin, Vermouth, Campari. Dating back to Rome in the 1950s, this drink is lighter than the classic Negroni. A love or hate dry, bitter drink
Gin, Vermouth, Campari. Dating back to Rome in the 1950s, this drink is lighter than the classic Negroni. A love or hate dry, bitter drink
Contessa (₱300)
The Contessa is a creation of John Gertsen, a bartender at Boston’s Drink, replaces two of the Negroni’s three ingredients with Aperol and Vermouth
The Contessa is a creation of John Gertsen, a bartender at Boston’s Drink, replaces two of the Negroni’s three ingredients with Aperol and Vermouth
Gin & It (₱230)
Short for Gin and Italian: Vermouth, Gin and a Cherry. Originally known as sweet Martini, it was a popular drink during the 1980s in many New York bars
Short for Gin and Italian: Vermouth, Gin and a Cherry. Originally known as sweet Martini, it was a popular drink during the 1980s in many New York bars
Negroni (₱280)
The “classic” Italian cocktail couldn't be simpler — Gin, Campari, and Vermouth. The drink traces back to Florence in 1919 when in one of Count Camillo Negroni’s restaurants a bartended responded to a customer demand for a stiffer riff
The “classic” Italian cocktail couldn't be simpler — Gin, Campari, and Vermouth. The drink traces back to Florence in 1919 when in one of Count Camillo Negroni’s restaurants a bartended responded to a customer demand for a stiffer riff
Negroni Sbagliato (₱320)
This bubbly Negroni variation, whose name means “bungled, wrong” was invented at Bar Basso in Milan in 1968 when a bartender accidentally put Prosecco into the drink instead of Gin
This bubbly Negroni variation, whose name means “bungled, wrong” was invented at Bar Basso in Milan in 1968 when a bartender accidentally put Prosecco into the drink instead of Gin

Cocktails - All Day

Spritz (₱390)
Prosecco, Aperol, Soda on the rocks with a slice of Orange… “THE” aperitif in North Italy but also Italy’s favorite cocktail. The word "spritz" on its own is a generic term linked to the 19th century Austro-Hungarian practice of adding a splash [German: spritz] of soda water to northern Italian occupied territories wines
Prosecco, Aperol, Soda on the rocks with a slice of Orange… “THE” aperitif in North Italy but also Italy’s favorite cocktail. The word "spritz" on its own is a generic term linked to the 19th century Austro-Hungarian practice of adding a splash [German: spritz] of soda water to northern Italian occupied territories wines
Bellini (₱390)
Prosecco and pureed Peach. A cocktail invented sometime around 1934 by Cipriani of Harry’s Bar, Venice and so named because its pink colour reminded of him the toga of a saint in a painting by 15th century Venetian artist Giovanni Bellini
Prosecco and pureed Peach. A cocktail invented sometime around 1934 by Cipriani of Harry’s Bar, Venice and so named because its pink colour reminded of him the toga of a saint in a painting by 15th century Venetian artist Giovanni Bellini
Angiolieri (₱220)
Red wine, Vermouth, Aperol, Gin and Angostura. Named after the 1500’s Italian poet Cecco Angiolieri who loved wine – and women - passionately
Red wine, Vermouth, Aperol, Gin and Angostura. Named after the 1500’s Italian poet Cecco Angiolieri who loved wine – and women - passionately
Bellezza Esotica (₱280)
Our Barman’s creation: Grappa Esotica, Syrup, lemon juice and egg white
Our Barman’s creation: Grappa Esotica, Syrup, lemon juice and egg white
Canale Torino (₱280)
This refreshing aperitif is a mixture of Aperol, Vermouth and Triple sec. Another of Jimmy Bradley’s favorite served it at his “Harrison” in New York
This refreshing aperitif is a mixture of Aperol, Vermouth and Triple sec. Another of Jimmy Bradley’s favorite served it at his “Harrison” in New York
Martini (₱280)
The Legend. From James Bond’s “shaken, not stirred” endorsement to Ernest Hemingway’s “I’ve never tasted anything so cool and clean... It makes me feel civilized”, a Martini contains Gin and Vermouth served extremely cold with a green olive. The original Martini cocktail dates back to the mid 19th century, with its First recipe appearing in Victorian bartender H. Johnson’s manual in 1882. Remember: it’s not a Martini unless you use Martini...
The Legend. From James Bond’s “shaken, not stirred” endorsement to Ernest Hemingway’s “I’ve never tasted anything so cool and clean... It makes me feel civilized”, a Martini contains Gin and Vermouth served extremely cold with a green olive. The original Martini cocktail dates back to the mid 19th century, with its First recipe appearing in Victorian bartender H. Johnson’s manual in 1882. Remember: it’s not a Martini unless you use Martini...
Rossini (₱390)
A variation of the Bellini: Prosecco and pureed strawberry. Named after the 19th century Italian composer Gioacchino Rossini
A variation of the Bellini: Prosecco and pureed strawberry. Named after the 19th century Italian composer Gioacchino Rossini
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Cocktails - After Dinner

Angelo Azzurro (₱220)
Gin, Triple Sec and Blue Curacao. A cocktail that is named Blue Angel due in part to the high alcohol content that allows you to easily lose lucidity and "fly", and in part to the typical blue color of the cocktail due to the use of the Curacao, an orange-flavored liqueur Caribbean. Historically, this cocktail would be a nod to the famous film with Marlene Dietrich in 1930
Gin, Triple Sec and Blue Curacao. A cocktail that is named Blue Angel due in part to the high alcohol content that allows you to easily lose lucidity and "fly", and in part to the typical blue color of the cocktail due to the use of the Curacao, an orange-flavored liqueur Caribbean. Historically, this cocktail would be a nod to the famous film with Marlene Dietrich in 1930
Il Padrino (₱280)
Whisky and Amaretto di Saronno. This simple drink became popular in the 1970s, some say that it was inspired by the famous gangster film of the same name; others say that the “Don Vito Corleone” himself, Marlon Brando, drank it regularly
Whisky and Amaretto di Saronno. This simple drink became popular in the 1970s, some say that it was inspired by the famous gangster film of the same name; others say that the “Don Vito Corleone” himself, Marlon Brando, drank it regularly
Limoncello Cocktail (₱220)
Gin, Limoncello, soda and crushed ice
Gin, Limoncello, soda and crushed ice
Amaretto Sour (₱280)
Amaretto di Saronno, lemon juice, egg white, Angostura. The Amaretto Sour belongs to a family of mixed drinks known as “sours.” The smooth, sweet taste of an Amaretto Sour makes it ideal for occasional drinkers as well as more dedicated cocktail fans
Amaretto di Saronno, lemon juice, egg white, Angostura. The Amaretto Sour belongs to a family of mixed drinks known as “sours.” The smooth, sweet taste of an Amaretto Sour makes it ideal for occasional drinkers as well as more dedicated cocktail fans

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