Parlour Room Punch

To a base of brandy and bourbon, this punch gets a hit of dry Curaçao and Amaro CioCiaro, plus a sparkling rosé topper.

Cranberry Beret

Cranberries, oranges, and apples are at the heart of this winterized long drink.

Slow Down Shirley

Jim Kearns taps into quintessential East Coast fall flavors in his Slow Down Shirley: cranberry liqueur, lemon and ginger layered onto a base of apple brandy.

Chesapeake Junction

Shae Minnillo' Chesapeake Junction is a "grapefruit bomb," featuring the citrus three ways.

Brandy Crusta

Invented in the 1850s in New Orleans, the Brandy Crusta was one of the city’s first true calling-card cocktails.

Sound of Silver

Jane Danger's whiskey- and apple brandy-based Sound of Silver—named after the LCD Soundsystem album in rotation at the bar— gets an herbaceous kick from a dash of rosemary tincture.

Brandy Flip

The spiritous companion to the classic Sherry Flip is a classic combination of whole egg, brandy and sugar, shaken to a frothy head and garnished with fresh nutmeg.

Luxury Sidecar

Bemelmans' twist on the classic Sidecar sees the addition of Calvados and some extra sweetener, for a richer drink best enjoyed alongside the bar's iconic piano.

Dorothy’s Delight

Caitlin Laman of Trick Dog riffs on a base of two quintessential punch ingredients—tea and brandy—and combines them with coffee liqueur and dry oloroso sherry for a rich, smoky and slightly bitter punch.

American Beauty

In The Stork Club Bar Book, Lucius Beebe recommends drinking this little fruity, minty cocktail at noon, to “abate the grief of a stormy morning.”