Dessert  |  8 Each 


Kiwi Compote, Coconut Jam, Black Sesame

The very first Popsicle™ was created way back in 1905 by an 11-year old named Frank Epperson, right here in SF. After a long day of play, Frank went inside, but left his cup of soda with the stirring stick still in it out on the porch. The night got very cold, and when Frank wen outside the next morning, he found his drink frozen like an icicle. Frank called his invention the "Episcle". It was a hit with the kids at school and later with his own kids who called it "Pop's 'sicle". The fudgsicle was introduced in 1946. 

Fromage Blanc, Roses, Graham Cracker

Ever since the dawn of time, mankind has striven to create the perfect cheesecake. The earliest history of the art is lost, but we know that cheesecake was already a popular dish in ancient Greece. With the Roman conquest of Greece, the secret fell into the Roman Hands, swiftly spreading across the globe! Small cheesecakes were served to athletes during the first Olympic Games held in 776 B.C. on the Isle of Delos. 

Concord Grape, Peanuts, Vanilla, Milk Chocolate

In 1901 the Boston Cooking School Magazine first referenced peanut butter paired with jelly on bread. Kids eventually took a liking to this combination so much that a 2002 survey showed the average American will have eaten 1,500 of these sandwiches before graduating from High School. 

Smoked Almond, Earl Grey, Butter Pecan

Nutter Butter is a peanut-shaped sandwich cookie with a peanut butter filling, which was introduced to the public in 1969. Nutter Butters have a two-ply bread peanut shape with a texture that resembles that of a peanut shell. The distinctive shape was designed by William A. Turnier, who also created the design for Nabisco's Oreo cookie. A 2004 estimate stated that over 34 million pounds of the cookie are sold annually, and that more than 1 billion are consumed annually.  




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Based upon everyone's childhood favorites, sample our interpretation of some classic flavors and memories in a more updated and refined approach. You will instantly be transported back in time to remember some of your favorite childhood memories. And don't forget to tell us never know, it may end up on here!



Robert Sinskey Late Harvest Pinot Gris | 15
Los Carneros, Napa 

Blandy's '5 Year' Malmsey Madeira | 12
Madeira, Portugal 

Graham's '10 Year Tawny' Port | 13
Oporto, Portugal

Chateau des Arroucats Semillon  | 10
Sainte-Croix-du-Mont, France



Sky River Honey Wine 10.5% | 10
Apple Mead 
Redmond, Washington (by the glass)

Tieton Cider Works 'Tieton Wind' 16% | 10
Apple Wine w/Apple Brandy
Yakima, Washington (by the glass)

New Belgium ‘Salted Caramel Brownie' 6.25% |
Brown Ale
Fort Collins, Colorado (355ml)

Young's Double Chocolate Stout' 5.2% | 7
Bedford, United Kingdom (440ml)

Karl Strauss ‘Peanut Butter Cup' 5.6% | 17
San Diego, California (650ml)

Regular/Decaf Single French Press, LAMILL Coffee

Green Tea, Gen-Mai Cha

Green Tea, Moroccan Mint

Black Tea, English Breakfast

Herbal, Citrus-Chamomile

COFFEE & TEA  | 5 EAch