The Bombay Club is honored to celebrate the historical journey of the Martini and classic cocktails from the 1860s to present day.
We invite you to peruse our menu and sample some of the many extravagant elixirs that our bartenders mix.
Featured below are some of our most requested libations from our leather bound, gold embossed, velvet lined cocktail menu.
Created in the early 1860s by Godfather of the cocktail, Jerry Thomas.
Old Tom gin, Italian sweet vermouth, Luxardo maraschino liqueur, Regans’ orange bitters, and lemon twist.
The fictitious Vesper first appeared in Ian Fleming’s 1953 novel, Casino Royale. It was named after Bond’s love interest.
Ketel One vodka, Gordon’s gin, Lillet, and lemon twist.
360 double chocolate vodka, Godiva chocolate liqueur, dark creme de cacao, sweet cocoa rim, and a chocolate stick.
Square One cucumber vodka, Old Tom gin, St-Germain elderflower liqueur, fresh lemon, and fresh cucumber.
Creme de Violette, Greygoose pear vodka, fresh lemon juice, and seasonal culinary flower.
Chopin potato vodka and an andouille sausage garnish.
Navan vanilla Cognac, fresh lemon, simple syrup, and Champagne.
Banana liqueur, peach schnapps, and Champagne.
Pimm’s No 1, Domaine de Canton French ginger liqueur, fresh lemon, fresh cucumber, and gingerale.
Sazerac rye whiskey, Italian sweet vermouth, Chambord black raspberry liqueur, and a gourmet cherry.
Herradura Reposado Tequila, Cointreau, fresh lime juice, fresh jalapeÃ±os, and fresh cilantro.
360 double chocolate vodka, Monin O’Free chocolate syrup, Community coffee, splash of cream, and coffee beans.
Oxley gin, Monin O’Free strawberry syrup, fresh lemon, fresh basil and soda water.
We are also the only bar in New Orleans with Diet Sierra Mist on our guns, so feel free to ask our bartenders to whip you up a refreshing skinny cocktail under 150 calories.