Dessert  |  8 Each 


Chocolate Cake, Toasted Marshmallow, Bing cherry, Walnuts

In 1906, William Dreyer came to the U.S. from Germany. He moved to California in 1921 and opened an ice cream shop in Visalia, California. By 1929, he had teamed up with Joseph Edy, a candy maker, to start an ice cream and candy company in Oakland. Dreyer reportedly used his wife's sewing scissors to cut up pieces of marshmallow and walnuts, then added them to the chocolate ice cream. Dreyer and Edy dubbed the flavor Rocky Road, alluding to the October 1929 stock market crash's tumultuous effect on the economy.  




Peach Custard, Jasmine Creme, Almond, Prosecco

Peaches made their way to Iran via the Silk Road from China and became wildly popular in Iran. It's said, that during the conquests of Alexander the great, peaches were brought back to Europe with him so that they could get in on the action. The Persian roots of peaches are evident by just looking at the scientific name of the peaches, Prunus Persica. Roman's called peaches Persian Apples. 




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. 




Olive Oil Cake, Yellow Plum, Shiso, Citrus Tuille

Sherbet means different things to different people. Most Brits recognize it as a sweet powder that fizzes when you add water to it - and, bu extension, a colloquialism for lager. Ask an American, though, and they'll tell you its frozen dessert, distinct from ice cream and sorbet. Until very recently, US "sherbet" may or may not have included milk: Californian regulations stated that dairy was banned from anything labelled as sherbet, but in NY State all sherbet had to include something lactic. Federal laws now decree that American "sherbet" 








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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