Speakeasy Cocktail Menu
Bee's Knees Gin, honey, lemon and orange juice.  Today's gins lend a much welcomed complexity to this sweet- tart recipe.  Most likely invented to mask the harshness of bathtub gin. French 75 Named after a small, powerful gun used during World War I.  Made with gin, champagne, lemon juice and sugar! Highball Our twist on the Prohibition era drink of choice. Bourbon with ginger beer. Mint Julep Fine Kentucky Bourbon with simple syrup and mint!  Wear your hat's girls, this one can be enjoyed year round, it's not just for the Kentucky Derby any more! Sidecar Cognac, Cointreau and lemon juice.  Simple but still a timeless classic! Said to be named for an Army Captain who liked to be driven in a motorcycle sidecar. Tuxedo #2 Originated in the late 1800's and reappeared during the roaring 20's.  A chic spin on the classic martini, the Tuxedo #2 combines gin and vermouth with bitters, maraschino liqueur and a touch of "the green fairy", absinthe. Very Dapper!
The Sneaky Pete If we told you what was in it - it wouldn’t be sneaky.
Traditional Spirits / Drinks Our speakeasy-style bar is stocked with everything you’d expect, and perhaps more!
Dubonnet Cocktail Dubonnet - a French red fortified wine, gin and lemon. This classic was invented to mask the taste of rotgut bathtub gin! Gin Rickey Simply gin and lime juice with a splash of club soda. Said to be named after a 19th century army man, Colonel Joe Rickey, who liked his with bourbon. Mary Pickford Named after the 20's actress who was known as "America's Sweetheart", this drink combines light rum, pineapple juice, maraschino liquer and grenadine Planters Punch Rum became popular during Prohibition as "rumrunners" smuggled it into the US from Mexico and the Caribbean.  Today you can find all sorts of rum from throughout the world!  This popular drink contains dark rum, fruit juices and grenadine. Southside A refreshing gin cocktail with sugar, mint and lemon to perk things up. The drink of Al Capone and his gang!  Said to be invented at New York's Club 21 during Prohibition. Ward 8 Boardwalk Empire whiskey hustlers would be proud to see this fine roaring 20's drink.  Made with rye, orange juice and grenadine.
Other Alcoholic Beverages
Wine In addition to domestic California wine, Sneaky Pete’s stocks wine from France, Italy and Spain.
Bottled Beer and Ale Sneaky Pete’s carries a myriad of domestic and imported bottled beer and ale. Ask your bartender of server for the current seasonal beer and ale menu.
Call Today for a Private Party, a Wedding Reception or Catering Open Tuesday - Saturday 4PM - Closing Dinner Served Tuesday - Thursday Until 9PM Dinner Served Friday & Saturday Until 10PM 6116 Swanville Road, Erie, PA  (across from the Kahkwa Club)
Speakeasy Cocktail Menu
Bee's Knees Gin, honey, lemon and orange juice.  Today's gins lend a much welcomed complexity to this sweet- tart recipe.  Most likely invented to mask the harshness of bathtub gin. French 75 Named after a small, powerful gun used during World War I.  Made with gin, champagne, lemon juice and sugar! Highball Our twist on the Prohibition era drink of choice. Bourbon with ginger beer. Mint Julep Fine Kentucky Bourbon with simple syrup and mint!  Wear your hat's girls, this one can be enjoyed year round, it's not just for the Kentucky Derby any more! Sidecar Cognac, Cointreau and lemon juice.  Simple but still a timeless classic! Said to be named for an Army Captain who liked to be driven in a motorcycle sidecar. Tuxedo #2 Originated in the late 1800's and reappeared during the roaring 20's.  A chic spin on the classic martini, the Tuxedo #2 combines gin and vermouth with bitters, maraschino liqueur and a touch of "the green fairy", absinthe. Very Dapper!
Dubonnet Cocktail Dubonnet - a French red fortified wine, gin and lemon. This classic was invented to mask the taste of rotgut bathtub gin! Gin Rickey Simply gin and lime juice with a splash of club soda. Said to be named after a 19th century army man, Colonel Joe Rickey, who liked his with bourbon. Mary Pickford Named after the 20's actress who was known as "America's Sweetheart", this drink combines light rum, pineapple juice, maraschino liquer and grenadine Planters Punch Rum became popular during Prohibition as "rumrunners" smuggled it into the US from Mexico and the Caribbean.  Today you can find all sorts of rum from throughout the world!  This popular drink contains dark rum, fruit juices and grenadine. Southside A refreshing gin cocktail with sugar, mint and lemon to perk things up. The drink of Al Capone and his gang!  Said to be invented at New York's Club 21 during Prohibition. Ward 8 Boardwalk Empire whiskey hustlers would be proud to see this fine roaring 20's drink.  Made with rye, orange juice and grenadine. The Sneaky Pete If we told you what was in it - it wouldn’t be sneaky.
Other Alcoholic Beverges
Traditional Spirits / Drinks Our speakeasy-style bar is stocked with everything you’d expect, and perhaps more! Wine In addition to domestic California wine, Sneaky Pete’s stocks wine from France, Italy and Spain. Bottled Beer and Ale Sneaky Pete’s carries a myriad of domestic and imported bottled beer and ale. Ask your bartender of server for the current seasonal beer and ale menu.
Call Today for a Private Party, a Wedding Reception or Catering Open Tue - Sat 4PM - Closing Dinner Served Tue - Thur Until 9PM Dinner Served Fri & Sat Until 10PM 6116 Swanville Road, Erie, PA  (across from the Kahkwa Club)