Cocktail List

(We also have an extensive array of spirits and liqueurs… if there is something specific you would like, or if you’re wanting something special just ask and we will endeavour to make it for you)

Non Alcoholic Cocktails

Virgin Caipirinha $8
A mix of fresh lime muddled with a generous amount of sugar syrup and topped with soda water.

Fruitloops $8
This is a blend of pineapple, orange, and cranberry juices with raspberry syrup.

Virgin Pina Colada $9
This is the non-alcoholic version of this beautiful cocktail with pineapple juice and coconut cream.

Rail Splitter $9
A sour mocktail made with 2 wedges of lemon muddled with sugar and ginger ale.

Limler $9
A tasty mix of lime muddled together with sugar and topped with apple juice.

Chicago Lemonade $9
Delicious blend with a whole lemon muddled in a highball glass with sugar syrup and soda; topped with lemonade

Cranberry Frog $8
Half cranberry and half sparkling blood orange juice.

Classic Cocktails

Tom Collins $16
Gordons Gin, sugar syrup and fresh lemon and soda water. (The Tom Collins was invented in 1876 by famous American Mixologist Jerry Thomas and named after a citywide hoax that took place in NYC)

Dry Martini $16
Gin Mare and vermouth shaken with ice and strained into a chilled martini glass. Garnished with an olive or lemon peel.
(The accepted origin of the Martini begins in San Francisco in 1862. A cocktail, named after the nearby town of Martinez, was served at the Occidental Hotel. People drank at the hotel before taking the evening ferry to Martinez across the bay)

Negroni $15
Equal parts Campari, Bombay Sapphire Gin and Rosso vermouth; and garnished with a slice of fresh orange. (While the drink's origins are obscured by time, the most widely reported version is that it was invented in Florence, Italy in 1919)

Blue Lagoon $16
Your choice of vodka mixed with Blue Curacao, lemonade and a squeeze of fresh lime. Flavours options are original, lime, mango, cranberry, orange, lemon, apple, grapefruit, feijoa, kiwifruit,
Manuka honey, passionfruit, basil, cucumber, vanilla, peach, and butter.

Cosmopolitan $16
Vodka, fresh lime, and Cointreau top with cranberry juice and garnished with lime.
(A fairly young cocktail, the origin can be traced to New York in the early 1970’s)

Black Russian $16
Vodka and Kahlua over ice and topped with Coke. This is the dirty version; the clean version is made without Coke.

White Russian (Caucasian) $16
Different take on the black version; made with equal parts vodka and Kahlua built over ice and topped with milk. The dude abides. The Oxford English dictionary refers to the first mention of the words "White Russian" in the sense of a cocktail as appearing in California's Oakland Tribune on November 21, 1965.

Mojito $18
Bacardi Rum, fresh lime juice, sugar syrup, fresh mint & soda; muddle expertly in glass and topped with crushed ice.
(There's much debate as to when exactly the Mojito was invented and by whom. Many claim it was crafted in Cuba in the late 1800s. Others elaborate on this theory saying that the Mojito was the preferred beverage of Sir Francis Drake as early as the 1500s. )

Classic Margarita $18
Double shot of Tequila, Cointreau and fresh lime and served in a salt rimmed glass. (One of the earliest stories is of the Margarita being invented in 1938 at the Rancho La Gloria Hotel, halfway between Tijuana and Rosarito, Mexico, by Carlos "Danny" Herrera)

Manhattan $16
Bourbon and dry and sweet vermouth; shaken with ice and strained into a chilled martini glass; garnished with a single maraschino cherry.

Tequila Sunrise $15
Double shot tequila over ice with orange juice and drizzled with raspberry cordial.
There are a few variations on the classic “Sunrise” why not try one?...

Caribbean Sunrise – use rum instead of tequila.

Vodka (or Russian) Sunrise – use vodka instead of tequila

Southern Sunrise – use Southern Comfort instead of tequila

Polish Sunrise – uses Zubrowka instead of tequila

Whiskey Sour $16
Bourbon, lemon juice, sugar syrup and Angostura bitters, built over ice in a tumbler. (The oldest historical mention of a whisky sour prepared in the world comes from a newspaper published in Wisconsin in 1870)

Pina Colada $16
Bacardi, Malibu, coconut cream, pineapple juice and cream. (In Spanish Pina Colada literally means “strained pineapple” Apparently invented in Puerto Rico sometime in the early 19th Century it has been their official beverage since 1978.)

Singapore Sling $18
Gin, cherry liqueur, Benedictine Dom, Cointreau, Angostura Bitters and topped with fresh lime and pineapple juice.
(The Singapore Sling is a cocktail that was developed sometime before 1915 by Ngiam Tong Boon , a bartender working at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel Singapore)

Caipirinha $16
A shot and a half of Cachaça built over ice with fresh lime and muddled with raw sugar. There are many stories about the caipirinha's origin. The best known is one that begins around 1918, in the state of São Paulo. There are also many variations:

Caipiroska, - uses vodka instead of cachaça.

Cointroska - uses Cointreau instead of cachaça.

Jamacian Mule $17
Crushed lime with Appleton’s Rum and Ginger Ale.The “Mule” is a classic cocktail that can truly be altered for any taste, it is basically your choice of spirit with fresh lime and ginger ale. Here are some of our favourites….

Dark and Stormy – swaps out the Appleton’s for Kraken Dark Spiced Rum.

Italian Mule – swaps out the rum for Frangelico

Polish Mule – uses Zubrowka in place of rum

Rusty Nail $16
Equal parts Drambuie and blended Scotch whisky; traditionally served over ice. (The Rusty nail first appeared in 1937; there are a few variations…)

Clavo Ahumado - uses mezcal instead of blended Scotch whisky.

Fruit Tingle $15
Vodka, Blue Curacao, raspberry cordial and lemonade

Japanese Slipper $16
Midori, Cointreau and fresh lemon, garnished with a single maraschino cherry.
(Created in Melbourne at Mietta’s Restaurant in 1984.)

Harvey Wallbanger $16
Original Galliano, Vodka and topped with orange juice. (said to have been invented in 1952 by three-time world champion mixologist Donato 'Duke' Antone )

Midori Splice $16
Midori, Vodka and lemonade over ice with
a dollop of cream floated on top.

Long Island Ice Tea (original) $20
Gin, white Rum, Tequila, Triple Sec and Vodka with fresh lemon, fresh lime, sugar syrup and a dash of coke for colour. (There is some dispute as to the origin of the Long Island Iced Tea, however it appears in literature as early as 1961)
There are many variations; here are a few of our favourites:
Bayviews Ice Tea- Our take on the classic, substitutes Waji chilli liqueur for the tequila.

Bayviews Favourites

It’s Gotta Be You $17
Chambord, Santiago Plum Pisco, St Germain Elderflower, cranberry juice, fresh lime and lemonade.

Grapefruit Fizz $15
Grapefruit Finlandia Vodka, peach schnapps, fresh lime and sugar syrup. topped with lemonade.

Folkboat $16
Vodka, pineapple juice, passion fruit pulp, Blue Curacao, fresh lime and lemonade; built over ice in a highball glass.

Tolberone $16
Frangelico, Mozart white chocolate liqueur, Kahlua, Bailey’s Irish cream and cream.

French Martini $15
Finlandia Vodka, Chambord Liqueur and pineapple juice, shaken over ice and strained into a chilled martini glass.

Pure Bliss $15
Finlandia Lime Vodka, Peach Schnapps, Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur and topped with pineapple juice.

Tantanka $15
Double shot Zubrowka with apple juice over ice.

Love Junk $15
Midori, peach schnapps and apple juice; built over ice. (This cocktail was the winner of The Sydney Cocktail Championships in the 90s.)

White Hairy Monkey $20
Malibu, Midori, Lena banana liqueur, Blue Curacao and pineapple juice; shaken over. ice and strained into a chilled martini glass then topped with dob of cream

Espresso Martini $17
Espresso, Kahlua, Mozart Gold and Bailey’s Irish Cream, shaken together over ice and strained into a martini glass.

Black Banana $17
Mozart Black liqueur, Lena Banana liqueur, Grand Marnier and milk; served in a chocolate rimmed martini glass and garnished with lime.

Blind Russian $16
Bailey’s, Mozart white chocolate Liqueur, Kahlua, butterscotch schnapps and milk.

Caress $16
Cointreau and Amarula Cream. Garnished with chocolate shavings.

Cupette $18
Equal parts Gin Mare, fresh lime juice, Green Charteuse and Amaretto.

Green Ninja $17
Zen Green Tea liqueur, Vanilla Galliano, Midori, and lemonade.

Smokey Paloma $17
Mezcal, Southern Comfort Lime and sparkling grapefruit juice.

Peacock Tail $18
Pavan, Gin and fresh lime and garnished with mint.