At MB speakeasy we are a handcrafted cocktail bar. We should be able to make you just about anything you could possibly ask for. That said, here are some classic cocktails we are currently highlighting.
Turf Club Cocktail
One of the various names for the famous ManHattan Cocktail, our ”perfect” interpretation is Rye Whiskey, the best of both vermouths, and Angostura bitters. We finish by garnishing with a fresh orange twist and a rich cherry. Served the proper way: in a coupe glass.
Simply a classic. Our version is aged cognac, a bit of ”the little green fairy” (that’s ”absinthe” to you uncultured swine), Peychaud bitters, and a cube of sugar. Served in a rocks glass with a zesty twist of lemon.
The MB Old Fashioned
This is it. The World Famous MB Whiskey Old Fashioned: Bourbon, two bitters, and our proprietary ”Not So Simple Syrup”. Served on the rock with an Italian syrup soaked cherry and an expressed orange peel.
For our non-alcohol patrons, we have an amazing list of non-alcoholic ”mocktails”. Just as much attention goes into our mocktails as the real deal.
The ”Anita Bonita”
Named after one of our favorite patrons, the Anita is seedlips mocktaIl mix, coconut cream, lime juice, our special simple syrup, and a dash of bitters.
Mai Tai -ish
A mocktail take on a classic. Seedlips mocktail mix, orange juice, lime juice, orgeat syrup and a little bitters.
A delicious summer treat! Seedlips mocktail mix, pineapple juice, lime juice, & a splash of OJ.
Snacks and Plates
Come out and sample our small plates and boards.
A selection of two cheeses and three meats as well as selected accoutrements to complete the ensemble
Chips, Salsa and Guacamole
A Texas basics. Get just salsa or just guac for $5. (chips included .
A tasty treat for any time of the day. Hummus with an olive oil drizzle, crustinis and vegetables.
Here are a few cocktails that are seasonal and may not be around forever.
Being in Texas, we figured we needed a cilantro cocktail. We are pleased with the results. A unique blend of mezcal, lime, cilantro, cucumber and simple syrup. Garnished with a jalapeno slice and topped with club
Invented in the 1920’s (during Prohibition, GASP!) for Douglas Fairbanks wife and silent film star Mary Pickford. Light rum, pinelapple juice, grenadine, and Luxardo Liqueur. Served in a coupe glass with a dark candied cherry. Absolutely a classic.
Basil in the Sun
A unique basil and grapefruit cocktail that is a summer favorite.
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