Cocktails curated by Cynthia Matthews, serial entrepreneur
This was a name given to Second Street, by entertainers such as Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, Bojangles, and many others who performed next door at the Hippodrome Theater. This double shot of Whisky mixed with a little jazz and soul will have you singing all night! Whisky, Triple Sec, sour mix, lime juice.
This drink is as sensational as the man himself. This combination of three different rums and juices is not jagged like the “Barrel Roll, Barrel Turn its as smooth as The Cincinnati Step”, a sure way to put an extra tap in your strive. Coconut rum, spice rum, banana liquor, pineapple juice, orange juice, and grenadine, topped with 150–proof rum.
Black Wall Street
This name was given to Jackson Ward when freed slaves and their descendants created a thriving African American business community. Black Wall Street….A name fitting for a cocktail made with Johnny Walker Black, a smooth deep, and complex scotch whisky paired with ginger ale, a splash of cranberry juice, and lime. Johnny Walker Black. Ginger Ale, Cranberry Juice, lime wedge.
Bank On It
The best was chosen to represent Mrs. Walker. Grand Marnier, Grey Goose Vodka, and Chambord. Just like her, each individual ingredient makes a profound statement. Paired together, this Martini becomes the first in its class. Vodka, Chambord, Grand Marnier, Pineapple Juice.
When you hear this founding name you immediately think of family. Which correlates to comfort, home, vacations, and eggnog! This family drink is about laughter and good times. This combination of dark rum, egg nog, and coffee liquor will have you reminiscing about family fun times. Dark rum, sweet vermouth, coffee liquor, chocolate bitters, eggnog, and cinnamon.
The Giles "B"
This integration of 5 different libations is the best representation of how diversity and collaboration are essential. rum, vodka, sloe gin, triple sec, raspberry, whisky, orange juice, pineapple juice, cranberry juice, sweet & sour.
Second Line is for those who follow the band just to enjoy the music, a tradition in brass band parades in New Orleans. Here on second street, our second line is a mixture of the jazziest southern comfort, vodka, gin, and amaretto we could find north of Louisiana. Vodka, rum, gin, triple sec, southern comfort peach, amaretto almond, grenadine, a dash of sweet & sour.
G’s Gin & Ginger
This drink was created for a man known for his subtlety. The subtle hint of ginger, mint, and lime blended with your favorite gin creates the best ginger drink around. Mint leaves, ginger syrup, gin, lime juice, ginger beer, lime bitters.
This drink is as innovative as the creator of “4300 Studios” a blend of premium vodka, cognac, rum a few juices and you have a studio sensation Hpnotic, vodka/rum, blue Caracca, pineapple juice.
This drink is named after a beautiful girl named Madison Monai. It has the right amount of sweetness (sour mix), a little bit of attitude (Chambord), and a whole lot of personality (vodka) Once you combine the three, shake and pour in a sugar rim glass, you will have a drink worth a thousand words. Orange vodka, Chambord, triple sec, sour mix.