Enjoy the following drink and food menu at our Rib Room Bar.

When to stir and when to shake? Stirring retains a silky texture and the aromatics of a cocktail and is used in drinks that contain high alcohol content, such as the Martini or Manhattan. Shaking mixes and chills the ingredients and is best for cocktails made with juices or syrups.

Unfiltered Martini – $12
The original martini created in the 1860’s was crafted with equal parts of Gin and Sweet Vermouth. Belvedere Unfiltered,
made with Dankowskie Diamond Rye is combined with Dry Vermouth to create one of our most popular cocktails.

Negroni – $10
Created in the early 1900’s in Florence. The Botanist Gin, Campari and Sweet Vermouth. A classic blend of bitter and sweet – the perfect aperitif.

Cosmopolitan 25 – $11
In honor of the Cosmopolitan’s 25th Anniversary, celebrate with Grey Goose Vodka shaken with Muddled Limes, Cointreau and a splash of Chandon Rosè.

Botanical Crush – $13
A classic smash. Hendrick’s Gin muddled with fresh Lemon, Mint and a touch of Sugar

What is old is new again. Brown Spirits are back in style with variations on the classic Manhattan and Old Fashioned using a variety of spirits ranging from traditional Ryes to Bourbons and Rums.

Rye Manhattan – $11
Bulleit Rye has notes of Cherry, Tobacco and Cinnamon and is paired with Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth. Stirred with Fee Brothers Cherry Bitters.

Craft Manhattan – $13
Woodford Reserve Bourbon has a bouquet of Banana Bread, Orange and Vanilla and is paired with Dolin Rouge, a lighter Sweet Vermouth. Stirred with Orange Bitters.

Tequila Old Fashioned – $11
A Tequila variation on the classic Old Fashioned. Hornitos Black Barrel Añejo Tequila, Simple Syrup and Angostura Bitters.

Tennessee Old Fashioned – $12
A classic Old Fashioned made with Dickel Tennessee Rye, Simple Syrup and Angostura Bitters. Served with an Orange Twist and a Cherry.

Our interpretation of classic cocktails dating back to the 19th Century.

Moscow Mule – $12
Kettle One Vodka and Ginger Beer.

Champagne Cobbler – $11
Svedka Raspberry Vodka, Fresh Lemon and Strawberry Purée, topped with Chandon Rosé.

Texas Greyhound – $12
Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Freshly Squeezed Grapefruit, Lime and Simple Syrup with a touch of Salt.

Queen’s Park Swizzle – $10
A twist on a Mojito made with Bacardi Superior Rum, Fresh Lime, Mint and Bitters.

The Margarita, also the Spanish word for daisy, evolved from the classic cocktail by the same name. The Daisy, which combines brandy, orange liqueur, lemon juice and sugar, was served up as the “Sidecar” during Prohibition. Soon after it grew popular in Mexico, where tequila was substituted for brandy, lime juice for lemon, and the rim was salted instead of sugared.

Elevated Organic Margarita – $12
Casa Noble Crystal Organic Tequila from the Lowlands of Mexico has notes of earthiness and tropical fruit. Shaken with Cointreau and Agave Nectar.

Reposado Paloma – $10
One of the most popular and oldest cocktails in Mexico. Tres Generaciones Reposado Tequila, Fresh Grapefruit, Lime and Club Soda. Shaken and served with a touch of Salt.

Añejo Honey Margarita – $13
Patrón Añejo has a bouquet of Vanilla, Caramel and Oak with subtle Ocean Salt notes. Shaken with Grand Marnier, Fresh Lime and Honey.

Grapefruit Jalapeño Margarita – $11
A sweet heat Margarita. Avión Silver Tequila and Svedka Grapefruit Jalapeño Vodka. Shaken and served on the rocks.

Unique, regionally inspired cocktails specially crafted by mixologist Kim Haasarud, and driven by local trends, authentic flavors and the best, fresh indigenous ingredients available.

Honey Lemon Poppy Gimlet – $11
Absolut Citron Vodka, Lemon, Honey Water and Poppy Seeds.

Botanist’s Collins – $10
The Botanist Gin and Fresh Lemon topped with Maschio Prosecco and served on the rocks.

Blueberry Tea Lemonade – $11
Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka, Fresh Lemon, Blueberry Reàl Infused Syrup and Iced Tea.

Woodford Maple Sour – $12
Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Maple Syrup and Fresh Lemon.



Budweiser – $5
Missouri, 5%

Bud Light – $5
Missouri, 4.2%

Michelob Ultra – $5
Missouri, 4.2%

Miller Lite – $5
Wisconsin, 4.17%

Corona Extra – $6
Mexico, 4.6%

Heineken – $6
Holland, 5%

Stella Artois – $6
Belgium, 5%

Amstel Light – $6
Netherlands, 3.5%

St. Pauli Girl – $6
Germany, na


Sam Adams Boston Lager – $5
Massachusetts, 4.9%

Abita Amber – $6
Abita, Lousiana, 4.5%

Guiness Draught Stout – $6
Ireland, 4.2%

Fleur de Wheat – $7
Kiln, Mississippi, 6.3%

Irish Channel Stout – $12
New Orleans, 6.8%

The wines on this progressive menu are grouped in flavor categories. Wines with similar flavors are listed in a simple sequence starting with those that are sweeter and very mild in taste, and progressing to wines that are drier and stronger in taste.


Maschio, Prosecco, Brut DOC – $10
Treviso, Veneto, Italy 187ml.

Marquis de la Tour, Brut Sparking – $12
Loire Valley, France, NV 187ml.

Chandon, Rosé – $13
California, NV, 187ml.


Kris, Pinot Grigio, “Artist Cuvee” – $9 6 oz pour / $12 9 oz pour
delle Venezie, Italy

Joel Gott, Sauvignon Blanc – $10 6 oz pour / $13.25 9 oz pour

Whitehaven, Sauvignon Blanc – $11 6 oz pour / $14.75 9 oz pour
Marlborough, New Zealand

Sacha Lichine SLS Rosé, Single Blend – $9 6 oz pour / $12 9 oz pour
Languedoc, France

Kendall-Jackson, Chardonnay, “Vintner’s Reserve” – $11 6 oz pour / $14.75 9 oz pour

Wente Vineyards Estate Grown, Chardonnay – $10 6 oz pour / $13.25 9 oz pour
Livermore Valley, Central Coast, California


Parker Station, Pinot Noir, by Fess Parker – $10 6 oz pour / $13.25 9 oz pour
Central Coast, California

Meiomi, Pinot Noir – $12 6 oz pour / $16 9 oz pour
Monterey, Sonoma and Santa Barbara, California

Charles Smith Wines, Merlot, “The Velvet Devil” – $10 6 oz pour / $13.25 9 oz pour
Columbia, Washington

Terrazas Altos del Plata, Malbec – $12 6 oz pour / $16 9 oz pour
Mendoza, Argentina

Genesis by Houge, Meritage – $9 6 oz pour / $12 9 oz pour
Columbia Valley, Washington

Louis M. Martini, Cabernet Sauvignon – $11 6 oz pour / $14.75 9 oz pour

Beringer, Cabernet Sauvignon – $15 6 oz pour / $20 9 oz pour
Knights Valley, California


Chef’s Artisan Selection – $15
House cured Pastrami, Pate, House made Sausage, Terrine, Cheeses and Louisiana Honeycomb

The Royal Club – $15
Rotisserie Turkey or shaved Prime Rib, Provolone, Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato and Sea Salt Fries

Rib Room Burger – $15
House Ground Half Pound Burger, Vermont Cheddar, Bacon Aïoli, Pickle, Sea Salt Fries

Prime Rib Debris Po’Boy – $19
Leidenheimer French Bread, Horseradish Mayonnaise, Sea Salt Fries

Stuffed Potato Skins – $12
Gruyère Cheese, Prime Rib Debris, Horseradish Aïoli

Beef Short Rib – $16
Boneless and Hickory Smoked, Bleu Cheese with French Bread

Buffalo Frog Legs – $13
Bleu cheese dressing

Adobo Chicken & Pineapple – $12
Chipotle cilantro dipping sauce

Chicken Caesar – $14
Rotisserie Chicken, Romaine, Parmesan, Rosemary Aïoli topped with croutons


Gaufrette Potatoes – $7
House cut, Shaved Chives, Parmigiana Reggiano

Jenny’s Sweet & Spicy Nuts – $6

Rib Room Debris Cheese Dip – $13
Focaccia crostini

Chorizo Crusted Potatoes – $10
Rosemary dipping sauce

Praline Bacon – $8
Caramelized Onions, Candied Pecans