Greystone Public House has been open just a few months, but they’re already adapting to the seasons.
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New Fall Cocktails
Starting today, Greystone has launched a new cocktail menu features fall flavors and themes. You’ll see a flavors from apples to pumpkin, a few takes on beer and wine cocktails and more.
Chef-Owner Jason Viscount had his own twist on the menu, creating Dance with the Devil. “Basically an Old Fashioned,” Jason says, this blend combines Jim Beam Devil’s Cut, Mount Gay Spiced Rum, Maple and Orange Bitters.
Delicious and dangerous.
The Sicilian Firing Squad is a delicious blend of Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur, Mezcal, Housemade Grenadine, Lime Juice and Angostura Bitters.
The bitterness of the blood orange pairs well with smokey mezcal, and is sweetened (but not too much) with the housemade grenadine (so much better than the jarred stuff).
Just in time for Halloween, Greystone adds its take on The Aviator with the Grey Ghost, matching gin with Crème De Violette, for a refreshing and floral cocktail.
It’s so pretty.
I couldn’t resist previewing Sandy’s Sweet and Spicy. Made with local chili-infused Zimm’s Vodka, Pama Liquor, Triple Sec, Lime Juice and Mint.
The heat from the chilis is just satisfying enough to balance the sweetness of the pomegranate liquor, making this a delightful Happy Hour choice.
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New Menu Items
The fall seasonal menu actually launched last week at Greystone Public House, subbing out or updating the restaurant’s first menu iteration.
Share & Snacks
Oh my. You must – MUST – have this Smoked Shrimp Mac ‘n Cheese. Please. Look, I’m picky about mac’n cheese. However, this combo of Smoked Shrimp, Scallion, Garlic and Cheddar Biscuit Bread Crumbs is SO worth it.
And I’ll be honest, you can just order this for yourself on a chilly, overcast day and enjoy every bite. Leftovers? Take it home.
Though I craved a bowl of sticky rice to sop up the liquid, the Littleneck Clams are another winner coated with Ginger, Lime, Chili, Scallion, Coconut and Jalapeño.
A great pick for lunch or to start your meal, Greystone also added a Greek Salad to the menu.
This is a somewhat elevated version of the classic. Spring Mix is topped with Camelot Valley Smoked Feta, Kalamata Olives, Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes, Red Onion, LPF Peppers, Cucumber, Pita, Greek Vinaigrette. This can be served vegetarian, or add grilled chicken like I did.
The Grilled Artisan Romaine is essentially a combination of the classic Wedge and a grilled salad.
Supper (served after 4:30 p.m.)
Summer’s Blueberry Cobbler has been updated for the season.
I’ll have a hard time resisting this Apple Cobbler, paired with local Butter Pecan Ice Cream — and bourbon. There’s bourbon in there! WIN.