Bora Bora £4.50
A fruity cocktail made with pineapple juice, cranberry juice and lime cordial topped with ginger ale.
Cranberry Crush £4.50
A blend of cranberry juice and orange juice with a hint of ginger ale.
Shirley Temple £4.50
Lemon and lime juice mixed with grenadine and ginger ale.
After Dinner Cocktails
Black Russian £9.25
The cocktail owes its name to the use of vodka, a stereotypical Russian spirit, and the blackness of the coffee liqueur.
Brandy Alexandra £9.25
It was supposedly created at the time of the wedding of Princess Mary and Viscount Lascelles, in London, in 1922. However, the drama critic and Algonquin Round Table member Alexander Woollcott claimed
that it was named after him.
French Connection £9.25
The French Connection cocktail was named after the French Connection Movie and Book that was based on true events known as the
God Father £9.25
The name comes from the novel The Godfather. The author is Italian, the central characters are Italian-American and amaretto is the
Italian national liqueur, but no further connections are known.
Rusty Nail £9.25
A Rusty Nail can be served in an old-fashioned glass on the rocks, neat, or “up” in a stemmed glass. It is most commonly served over ice
A classic blend of peaches and champagne to create a refreshing and long lasting taste.
Strawberries and champagne combined leaving a sweet and delicate
taste on the palate.
Kir Royale £12.50
An all-time classic champagne cocktail consisting of simply blackcurrant liqueur and champagne.
Martini Royale £12.50
A blend of blackcurrants and vodka topped with fine champagne.
Homewood Park’s Lime Cocktail £12.50
A fruity and sweet cocktail based on lime and vodka.
The most famous cocktail around the world made with top range gin/vodka.
A traditional vodka based cocktail, flavoured with cranberry, orange liqueur and lime juice.
It was originally known as the “Milano-Torino” because of its ingredients, the cocktail now is known as the “Americano”.
An American cocktail containing rye whisky, sweet vermouth and angostura bitters.
In 1948, head bartender Santos Cruz created the Margarita for singer Peggy (Margaret) Lee. He supposedly named it after the Spanish version of her name, Margarita, and it’s been a hit ever since.
The caipirinha is the national cocktail of Brazil, the drink has become more popular and more widely available in recent years.
The drink was invented at La Bodeguita del Medio in Havana, Cuba, where Hemingway drank them.
Bloody Mary £9.25
one of the bar’s patrons came up with the name after noting that the drink reminded him of the Bucket of Blood Club in Chicago, and a girl there named Mary.
Long Island Iced Tea £9.25
Is incredibly potent, but tastes and looks like nonalcoholic tea. It’s perfect for discreet drinking.
Tom Collins £12.50
First memorialized in writing in 1876 by “the father of American mixology” Jerry Thomas, this “gin and sparkling lemonade” drink typically is served in a Collins glass over ice.
Screw Driver £12.50
In the dimly lighted bar of the sleek Park Hotel, Turkish intelligence agents mingle with American engineers and Balkan refugees, drinking the latest Yankee concoction of vodka and orange juice, called a ‘screwdriver’