Learn More About Our Dessert Drinks

Do you want to have a night out, but are unsure of where to go or what to do? Maybe you should come to Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro and try one of our dessert drinks. Since you often feel too full after dinner to eat dessert, our dessert drinks may be a better alternative for you. We have all kinds of drinks on our dessert menu from wines, cocktails and Irish coffee.

Our dessert wines include moscatos and rieslings, and if those are not for you, we also have other sweet wines on our menu such as rosés and sparkling wines. Many of our wines are imported for all over the world, including France, Italy, Argentina and Spain, while others are made domestically from California, Washington, and upstate New York. One of our wines that we recommend specifically for dessert would be our Fonseca Bin 27 Port, which has a fresh, fruity taste of blackberry. We have wines of all kinds of varieties, from dry to sweet, red to white, and anything in between. If wine is not for you, some of our other drinks may work for you instead.

At Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro, we have all types of drinks that can suit your desires, so we have something for everybody. From our dessert menu, we offer several different cocktails, including:

  • Chocolate martini
  • Rainbow cookie
  • Salted caramel martini
  • Irish coffee

Our chocolate martini contains vanilla Smirnoff chocolate liqueur and Bailey’s liquor, so if you are in the mood for something chocolate, but feel chocolate cake is too rich for you, the chocolate martini might be the right alternative. Our rainbow cookie cocktail consists of Disaronno and Frangelico on the rocks for a hazelnut and almond taste. The salted caramel martini has premium caramel vodka and RumChata, for a sweet taste. Our Irish coffee consists of coffee and Jameson’s Irish whiskey, with a whipped cream topping.

If you are not in the mood for an alcoholic beverage, we also have regular and decaf coffee and tea options available, which can work just as well.


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