Drinks Menu for Hale Pele
Classic tropical libations featuring hand-selected rum and spirit blends, juices fresh-squeezed daily, and premium hand-crafted syrups from B.G.Reynolds.
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.
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1937 - The flavors of cinnamon and grapefruit blend with Martinique Rhum for an amazing combination.
Luau, Beverly Hills, 1965 - Pineapple and dark rum in a drink for two. Served in a pineapple shell (limited daily supply).
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1937 - A classic for a warm day with grenadine, falernum, a blend of dark rums and mint.
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
Pat O‘Briens, New Orleans, 1940s - The toast of New Orleans! Blended with fine dark rum and B.G.Reynolds’ Passion Fruit.
Jasper's Rum Punch8
Jasper LeFranc, Jamaica, 1970s - Jasper LeFranc’s spin on the Daiquiri featuring jamaican rum, lime, and allspice dram. A classic, served up and chilly.
Mai Kai, Ft. Lauderdale, 1960s - Get ready for blastoff with this blend of aged rums, citrus, cinnamon and Falernum. Served flaming!
Kuala Lumpur Hilton, 1978 - Blackstrap rum, pineapple, and a dash of red bitter make this a unique flavor sensation.
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.
The original, the best, made with Jamaican and Martinique Rhum, Dry Curaçao, and B.G.Reynolds' Orgeat.
Don the Beachcomber, Los Angeles, 1937 - A wonderful blend of mint, peach, pineapple and light rum.
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, 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 Eight9
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 Swizzle9
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.
Three Dots and a Dash11
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.
Original recipe based on Don the Beachcomber, St. Paul, 1970s - Grapefruit, lime, aged rums, allspice, and plenty of FIRE!
Rum of the Day8
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.
Tallboy du Jour3
Tall and tasty.