Tropical Cocktails

Painkiller

Painkiller

From the Soggy Dollar Bar on the tiny island of Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands comes this world-famous creamy blend of pineapple, orange and coconut with a hint of spice. Made the authentic way with Pusser’s Navy Rum!


Leilani Volcano

Leilani Volcano

A popular favorite from the Polynesian Village Resort at Walt Disney World, this sweet treat is a perfect blend of pineapple, guava, and coconut.


Chamborlada

Chamborlada

A classic piña colada with a float of luxurious black raspberry Chambord.


Suffering Bastard

Suffering Bastard

A refreshing concoction from The Shepheard’s Hotel in Cairo, featuring lime and ginger ale fortified with bourbon and gin.


Banana Mamacow

Banana Mamacow

Somewhere between the banana cow and the banana mama lies…The Banana Mamacow. A creamy blend of fresh bananas, coconut, cream, and silver rum.


Fog Cutter

Fog Cutter

The legendary libation from Trader Vic himself. A potent swirl of brandy, gin, sherry, and rum with a hint of almond makes it hard to find your way off the island.


Hurricane

Hurricane

The original recipe from Pat O’Brien’s in The Big Easy. Lemon juice, passion fruit, and dark rum form a robust elixir.


Boo Loo

Boo Loo

A smooth blend of pineapple and honey, but beware its quiet strength.


Coronado Luau Special

Coronado Luau Special

From the Hotel Del Coronado’s long lost Luau Room in San Diego, this inviting mixture of lemon, lime, orange and select rums tantalizes with a hint of Grand Marnier.


Headhunter

Headhunter

This formidable creation mixes peach & papaya nectars with a deadly assortment of fine rums.


Classic Mai Tai

Classic Mai Tai

The most famous tropical drink in the world, and it was invented only 8.5 miles away at the old Trader Vic’s in Oakland. This is the original formula, made as it was the first time in 1944 with aged Appleton Estate rum from Jamaica. Lime juice, orange curaçao, orgeat, rum, and nothing else- you’ll see why it’s still popular today.


Island Mai Tai

Island Mai Tai

For those who prefer a more Hawaiian-Style Mai Tai, the addition of pineapple juice and a dark rum float will take you to a warm night in the islands.


Missionary's Downfall

Missionary’s Downfall

By the legendary Don the Beachcomber, this light and refreshing cocktail is a frothy mix of fresh mint, lime, pineapple, and a dash of peach. Give in to temptation!


Sidewinder's Fang

Sidewinder’s Fang

The house special at the gone but not forgotten Lanai restaurant in San Mateo. Enjoy this celebrated cocktail of lime, orange, and passion fruit with fine dark rums.


Exotica

Exotica

Bird calls, exotic vibraphone, latin percussion, strong cocktails. Our nod to Martin Denny’s classic LP, this invigorating cocktail features Hanger One Firelit Coffee Liqueur, golden rum and brandy, served up.


Don's Carribbean

Don’s Caribbean Punch

A recently unearthed gem from 1937, featuring premium rums & exotic spices with lashings of rootbeer.


Coconut Kallaloo

Coconut Kallaloo

Coconut, lime, and amber rum whipped to perfection.


Zombie

Zombie (Don The Beachcomber)

Don The Beachcomber’s most famous creation, this lethal combination of rums and juices is one of a kind.


Macadamia Nut Chi Chi

Macadamia Nut Chi Chi

Vodka, pineapple, coconut, and macadamia nut liqueur make for a sweet delicacy!


Monkeypod

Monkeypod

Flavors of tamarind, coconut, and lime join together for a unique flavor experience in this original cocktail from the Monkeyman.


Combover

The Combover

Passion fruit and guava nectars are highlighted in this “stylish” cocktail from tiki mixologist Ran Mosessco.


Nui Nui

Nui Nui

One of Don the Beachcomber’s greatest, featuring our housemade allspice liqueur and cinnamon syrup, perfectly balanced with fresh citrus- a tribute to the master.