Just about every U.S. city has its legendary steak place, but Michael Symon’s Roast in Detroit is the one that sizzles in our dreams

Cocktail Menu

Hayman's London Dry Gin, Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, violet liqueur, lemon juice

Last Word
Hayman's Londron Dry Gin, Luxardo, Green Charteuse, Lime Juice, Maraschino Cherry

Bourbon, Brandy, Whiskey or Tequila with Ginger Syrup, Lemon Juice and Angostura Bitters

Dutch Mustang
New Amsterdam Vodka, house made ginger syrup, fresh lemon juice, Green Chartreuse, mint

The Goo Goo Doc
Rittenhouse Rye, Lemon, Bittertruth Allspice, Ginger Syrup

The Dake Ken
Black Strap Rum, Lime, Yellow Chartreuse, Fernet Branca, Honey Syrup

Tom's Old Sins
For fans of Manhattan style sippers, "Tom's Old Sins" substitutes the rye whiskey with Hayman's Old Tom Gin, and kicks up the bitterness of Punt e Mes sweet vermouth with Cynar, and Averna Amaro. Lemon oil brightens and balances the drink

Hanky Panky
Hayman's London Dry Gin, Carpano Antica, Fernet Branca, Orange Peel

Radler Paloma
Cazadores Blanco Tequila, lime juice, turbinado, Steigl Radler Grapefruit Malt Beverage

Shorter Days
As featured at the 2015 Detroit Cocktail Classic and on Channel 4 News, "Shorter Days" is a toast to the colder months. Elijah Craig bourbon, Domaine De Canton ginger liqueur, apple cider, and smoked allspice dram

Barrel Aged Father's Favorite Chair
We barrel aged one of the sleeper hits from last year's winter menu for 6 months! Featuring Ardbeg 10, Vida Mezcal, and Rabarbaro Zucca. "Father's Favorite Chair" is your new favorite drink

Inverno Negroni
We tilt the classic Negroni toward the cooler months with New Holland's Barrel Gin, Cocchi Barolo Chinato, and Campari

Brown Derby
What we know: The Brown Derby appears in Esquire's June 1939 "Potables" column. Before that, nothing. After that, nothing. Unlike the other Brown Derby, which appears to have originated at the Hollywood haunt it shares a name with, this one is sort of a maple daiquiri. We use Bacardi 8 year old rum with fresh squeezed lime juice, and maple syrup for a seasonal twist that remains refreshing

Isle of Pheasants
Winner of the 2015 Licor 43 Best Barkeep Competition, the refreshing "Isle of Pheasants" uses the clean, dry finish of Saler's Gentiane Apertif to balance the spiced vanilla sweetness of Licor 43, and the apple tinged heat of Laird's Bonded Apple Brandy. Angostura Aromatic Bitters and lime juice accent the fruit and warm spices. Ask Rick for "the spiel"

Cocktail Menu Subject to Change