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Beverages
The Green House $7
Kale, celery, lemon, apple, cucumber, ginger

Beet Drop $7
Beet, carrot, turmeric, pineapple, lemon, ginger, apple

Early Riser $7
Carrot, orange, apple, ginger, turmeric, mint

Watermelon Lemonade $6
Watermelon, fresh lemon juice, organic simple syrup

Cucumber Limeade $6
Cucumber, fresh lime juice, organic agave nectar

Pineapple Infused Coconut Water $6
Pineapple, coconut water

Organic Ginger Turmeric Antioxidant Tea $5
Ginger, turmeric, licorice root, lemongrass, matcha, orange peel, lemon peel

Raspberry Hibiscus Antioxidant Tea $5
Hibiscus, elderberry, black currant & cranberry pomace, rooibos, passionfruit, orange peel

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COLD-PRESSED
IS BETTER

Why better, you may ask? The short answer is that cold-pressed refers to the labor-intensive juicing method proven to extract the highest nutrient content from fruits and vegetables a seldom used process given its time and cost commitment, all cold-pressed juices at SŌW are served 100% organic, 100% raw and 100% fresh. A perfect trifecta inherently also rewarding every guest with the most delicious juice. A better for you juice.

Beet $12
Watershed Distillery Vodka, Amaro Nonino, beet, ginger simple

Cacao Old Fashioned $14
Cacao-infused Maker’s Mark, chocolate bitters, angostura bitters, organic simple syrup

Citrus $12
Wild Turkey 101, Contrato, Bigallet, lemon

Cucumber $12
Beefeater Gin, St. Germain, cucumber, kale, Green Chartreuse

Lavender $14
Empress botanical gin, lavender bitters, crème de violette, organic simple syrup

Margarita $12
Tres Agaves Organic Tequila, Dry Curacao, lime

Pineapple $12
Echo Spirits Rum, Tiki Bitters, pineapple

Watermelon $12
Watershed Distillery Vodka, pear liqueur, watermelon

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Cold Brew Coffee $6

North High Cover Crop $7

Maine Spring IPA $7

North High Seasonal $7

Saucy Brew Works Seasonal $7

Saucy Brew Works Juicy ASAP IPA $7

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Anderson Valley Amber Ale $5

Michelob Ultra $4

Mad Moon Cider Seasonal (GF) $5

Melvin’s Killer Bees $5

Nelson IPA $5

North High Five Pale Ale $5

North High Hopes IPA $5

Stella $5

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What is a
"Sustainable" wine?

Creating a "Sustainable" wine begins with a process that protects the environment, is socially responsible and economically stable. The resulting product is high-quality, biodiverse, takes into account soil health, water conservation and renewable energy. We think that's pretty smart!

Chianti Classico $12/$44
“Il Molino di Grace” Tuscany, Italy 2017

Bobal $10/$36
“11 Pinos” Castilla, Spain 2018

Pinot Noir $13/$48
“Chemistry” Willamette Valley, OR 2018

Pinot Grigio $9/$38
“Filadonna” Alto Adige, Italy 2019

Sauvignon Blanc $9/$32
“Dashwood” Marlborough, New Zealand 2020

White Blend $9/$40
“La Solitude” Cotes du Rhone, France 2019
Prosecco $11/$40
“Indigenous” Treviso, Italy 2019

Brut Rose $13/$48
“Calvet” Bordeaux, France 2017

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