Drinks Menu for Hale Pele
Mai Kai, Ft. Lauderdale, 1960s - The original potent potable from the islands blending overproof rum, falernum and lime. Let it sit a moment, it just keeps getting better.
Trader Vic’s, Oakland, 1940s - This’ll cut through the fog then throw you back into it. Light rum, pisco, gin, orange and lemon juices with a top of PX Sherry
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1941 - Get your sealegs on with this potent potable featuring a blend of aged rums and citrus, lightly sweetened with honey.
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1940s - A drink to celebrate our brothers in arms! Honey sweet with hints of baking spice and citrus.
Don’s Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1934 - The original 1934 Recipe for the drink that started it all. Strong, dark and mysterious! Limit two per customer.
Hale Pele Original You’ll be washed ashore asking for more! Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Cock ‘n Bull ginger beer, Falernum, and overproof rum make for a fantastically spicy and refreshing grog!
Pat O‘Briens, New Orleans, 1940s - The toast of New Orleans! Blended with fine dark rum and B.G.Reynolds’ Passion Fruit.
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1937 - A wonderful blend of mint, peach, pineapple and light rum.
Tito's vodka, rich coconut and tropical pineapple blend together in this delicious trip to paradise.
Hawaii, 1970s A tropical variation on the Piña Colada featuring Appleton White rum, ripe banana, pineapple, sweet coconut, and a ribbon of housemade strawberry cordial.
Soggy Dollar Bar, BVI, 1970s A big and bold blended concoction made with tropical citrus, navy rum and rich coconut, topped with a zest of aromatic nutmeg.
Beachcomber Bar, Puerto Rico, 1954 Creamy coconut, fresh pineapple and Bacardi Superior white rum blended to perfection. Your tropical vacation in a glass!
Mai Kai, Ft. Lauderdale, 1960s - Get ready for blastoff with this blend of aged rums, citrus, cinnamon and Falernum. Served flaming!
Aku Aku, Las Vegas, 1960s - Orange, Lemon, passion fruit and a blend of rums served in a goblet fit for a chieftain!
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Florida, 1970s - Guava, coconut rum and lime. It’s everyone’s new favorite.
Pot-still Jamaican rum, gin, passion fruit and a few secret spices make this unique, quenching and flavorful cocktail. The mug is yours to take home!
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1937 - The flavors of cinnamon and grapefruit blend with Martinique Rhum for an amazing combination.
Jasper LeFranc, Jamaica, 1970s - Jasper LeFranc’s spin on the Daiquiri featuring jamaican rum, lime, and allspice dram. A classic, served up and chilly.
The original, the best, made with Jamaican and Martinique Rhum, Dry Curaçao, and B.G.Reynolds' Orgeat.
A fine rum from Appleton Estate in Jamaica, with just a touch of sugar and bitters, served on a large, chilly ice cube. Simplicity and depth all in one.
Barbados, unknown A strange name for an amazing drink blending complex spiced falernum and rich blackstrap rum.
Don the Beachcomber’s tart and dry classic featuring a heavy hit of lime, balanced with tropical passion fruit and aged Demerara rum.
Trader Vic, 1950s Trader Vic’s rich and delicious classic drink with Wild Turkey bourbon, mixed with his signature sweet & sour blend of orange, lemon, and orgeat.
A gorgeous short hoist of Lunazul Blanco tequila, B.G.Reynolds' Hibiscus Grenadine, lime, and ginger beer. A few of these and you may just wake up down Mexico way!
A lovely tipple from Trader Vic featuring aged Demerara rum and a blend of passion fruit, vanilla and citrus. Rum speaks, we giggle.
The best way to enjoy the unique rhum agricole from Martinique, served with a touch of lime and a dash of Martinique cane syrup, on ice.
The cuban classic made with Zaya Rum, crisp lime, and a dash of demerara sugar.
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1937 - A classic for a warm day with grenadine, falernum, a blend of dark rums and mint.
Kuala Lumpur Hilton, 1978 - Blackstrap rum, pineapple, and a dash of red bitter make this a unique flavor sensation.
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1937 - The Beachcomber’s cinnamon & citrus classic featuring Don’s Spices #2, a long lost tropical drinks secret!
International Marketplace, Honolulu, 1958 - A tall, light-hearted tropical drink with a hint of mystery and blend of Puerto Rican rums.
Pieces of Eight Restaurant, Marina del Rey, 1962 - Tall, tart, and lovely! Featuring Passion Fruit, light rum and fresh citrus.
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1937 - Named for the Quiet Birdmen, this one will have you singing its praises. Falernum, Honey, Ginger and a fine selection of aged rums.
Queens Park Hotel, Trinidad, 1930s - Light, tall, and packed with refreshing mint. The most delightful form of anesthesia given out today.
Joe Scialom, Shepheard’s Hotel, Cairo, 1942 - Ginger beer, Bourbon, Gin and lime. Simply smooth and amazingly refreshing with a crisp bite.
Prepare your tastebuds for lift-off with this delicious concoction made with blackstrap rum, lime, and plenty of coconut.
Coruba, aged Jamaican rum, cinnamon, grapefruit and a touch of cold-pressed coffee make for this explosive and refreshing drink. Served flaming, with a cinnamon kaboom!
Raffles Hotel, Singapore, 1930s One of the grand precursors of the tropical drink. A refreshing concoction of London dry gin, Cherry Heering, lemon and a splash of soda water.
A refreshing blend of Flor de Caña Gold rum, allspice, tart passion fruit and fresh coconut water. Out of this world!
Our house selected premium rum of the day, mixed to perfection in your choice of Daiquiri, Rum & Coke, Old Fashioned, or Neat.
We have a rotation selection of 4 draft beers and ciders, with a focus on local and small craft brewers.
Red, white, and sparkling available.
Tall and tasty.
Lightly delightful Pleasantly punchy Quite the stinker KA-BOOM!!!