Ulalume // Pear Grilled Cheese // Grilled Havarti cheese, caramelized onions and slices of pear // 5,99
Virginia Clemm // 3 Cheese Grilled Cheese // Combination of Swiss, Havarti and cheddar cheese melted to perfection // 5,99
Annabel Lee // Tuna // Perfect blend of finely minced onion, celery, parsley and flaked white tuna // 5,99
The Raven // Reuben // Grilled corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Russian dressing // 6,99
Eleanora // Avacado // Ripe avocados, cream cheese, pepperoncini peppers, tomatoes, alfalfa sprouts and balsamic dressing // 4,99
Eldorado // Veggie Melt // Grilled red peppers, tomatoes, avocados, onions and cheddar cheese // 5,99
Ligeia // Ham // Slices of village ham, Dijon mustard, tomatoes and red onions // 5,99
Helen // Hummous // Hummous, pepperoncini peppers, black Kalamata olives and alfalfa sprouts // 4,99
*Sandwiches are served daily until 7:00 p.m.
Tamerlane // Danish blue cheese, French brie, English stilton, hot Genoa salami, mortadella, garlic stuffed olives, fig jam, prosciutto, dried figs*, flat bread and green grapes // 16,99
Israfel // Danish blue cheese, gorgonzola, French brie, soppressata, garlic stuffed and chilli marinated olives, mortadella, prosciutto, dried figs*, flat bread, green grapes and lemon salsa // 16,99
*Fresh when available.
Beers & Ciders
Stiegl Bier // Österreich // 473 mL - 6,00
Schloss Eggenberg Doppelbock Dunkel // Österreich // 330 mL - 7,50
Pabst Blue Ribbon // United States of America // 473 ml - 5,25 // 341 mL - 4,75
Budweiser // United States of America // 341 mL - 4,75
Żywiec Beer // Polska // 500 mL - 7,00
Red Stripe // Jamaica // 330 mL - 5,75
Ölvisholt Lava* // Ísland // 500 mL - 13,25
Heineken // Nederland // 341 mL - 6,25
Dominus Vobiscum Double* // Québec // 500 mL - 12,50
Dominus Vobiscum Triple* // Québec // 500 mL - 13,50
Molson Stock Ale // Canada // 341 mL - 5,25
Stella Artois // Belgique // 341 mL - 6,25
Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer // United Kingdom // 330 mL - 8,25
Innis & Gunn Rum Cask // United Kingdom // 330 mL - 8,75
Steam Whistle // Canada // 341 mL - 5,25
St. Peter's English Ale // United Kingdom // 355 mL - 8,75
Strongbow Cider // United Kingdom // 500 mL - 6,50
Blackthorn Cider // United Kingdom // 500 mL - 7,00
Guiness Stout // Éire // 500 mL - 5,25
Affligem Dubbel* // Belgique // 330 mL -
*Out of Season- currently unavailable and/or stocked when available
The Rusty Nail // A drink that finally made its way into being in the early 20th century. The Rusty Nail is comprised of two simple ingredients: Scotch and Drambruie. Drambruie is a Scotch based liqueur with a honey flavour with a history that dates back to the mid-18th century. Drambruie translates roughly from the Gaelic to mean "a drink that satisfies."
The Singapore Sling // Developed sometime before 1915 in Singapore, the Singapore Sling endured a variety of alterations during the 1980s. The Baltimore House, however, takes pride in making sure you get your Singapore Sling as you would have one hundred years ago.
The Sidecar // The Sidecar is thought to have been invented around the end of The Great War. The Ritz Hotel in Paris claims to be its birthplace. It is believed that sugaring the rim was added to the protocol of Sidecar making in 1934.
The Tom Collins // The Tom Collins first appeared in "The Bartender's Guide" in 1876 and is named after "The Great Tom Collins Hoax of 1874." The hoax in question came about after a series of conversations overheard in posh circles of the time centred around the subject of one supposedly very splendid young man called "Tom Collins." Tom Collins, who of course did not exist in actuality, soon became so notorious that newspapers would publish reports of his "sightings." Of course, all of the news accounts were false alarms (obviously)- but so grew the legend of a non-existent playboy. And then he became a drink...
The Whiskey Sour // The oldest historical mention of a whiskey sour comes from, of all places, a Wisconsin newspaper in 1870.
The White Lady // What amounts to essentially being a Sidecar prepared with gin instead of brandy- The White Lady was invented in London in 1919.
Champaign Cocktail // The first recipe for a champagne cocktail goes back to an 1862 entry by Jerry Thomas in "The Bartender's Guide."
The Gimlet // The Gimlet was named for Dr. Thomas Gimlette, who, in 1890, added gin to his medicine (which was just lime juice, by the way) as a means of getting sailors to drink their "daily dose."
The Manhattan // The Manhattan is traditionally thought to have been made popular in the early 1870s when it was invented for a banquet hosted by Lady Randolph Churchill. This, however, is unlikely true and it is much more probably that The Manhattan was invented in the 1860s by a bartender named "Black" at a bar on Broadway in New York City.
The Negroni // The Negroni was most likely invented in 1919 in Florence, Italy when Count Negroni asked for some "life" to be put into his preferred cocktail of Campari and Vermouth - a little gin and "The Negroni" was born!
The Old Fashioned // The first alleged use of the name "Old Fashioned" was for a bourbon whisky cocktail in the 1880s at a gentleman's club in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Rob Roy // The Rob Roy was first created in 1894 by a bartender at The Waldorf in New York City in honour of the Scottish folk hero Robert Roy MacGregor. MacGregor, essentially Scotland's Robin Hood, robbed from the rich to give to the poor in the early part of the 18th century. Today we remember his courage when we opt to have a "Rob Roy" instead of a Manhattan. The Rob Roy, similar in many ways to a Manhattan, uses scotch whisky rather than rye or bourbon and in so doing, keeps the spirit of Scotland's greatest outlaw alive into the 21st century.