Menu - The Secret Society

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The Secret Society Lounge, Ballroom & Recording Studio 116 NE Russell St. Portland, Oregon 97212 503-493-3600

Lounge Open Daily at 5pm Ballroom Schedule and Tickets Available at secretsociety.net

• Established 2007 •

Those Who Know Don’t Tell. Those Who Tell Don’t Know. Welcome, friend, to The Secret Society Lounge. You’ve successfully passed the first step - you’ve found us. However, what you see before you is only a hint of what the Secret Society has to offer, should you be willing to go further. Somewhere beyond our multitude of doors lie other hidden treasures, but first there are a few things you should know about The Secret Society. 1. All that is required to be a member in good standing of The Secret Society is to periodically grace us with your presence - Welcome Brother and/or Sister! There may or may not be an initiation rite which involves chanting, dim lights and spanking with specially crafted paddles. We’ll get back to you on that one. 2. As a society, we value the following: delicious food and drink, things made by our friends (especially the liquid or edible sort), historical artifacts, hosting great parties, music of many forms, dance parties, the spoken word, compelling art, and motion pictures that move us. But most of all we enjoy the rush of sampling the unfamiliar. Try it, you just might like it! And now for a glimpse into what lies beyond... The Secret Society Ballroom was formerly the meeting hall for The Woodmen of the World and eventually The Prince Hall Masons. These days we use it for live music, dancing, story telling, and comedy. It’s also a fantastic room to rent for the private party of your dreams. Ask your bartender for more info. The Secret Society Recording Studio may just be our hidden crown jewel. Imagine yourself recording in an environment with multiple rooms similar to this lounge. You really have to see it to believe it. And not only does it look good, it sounds fantastic! Ask your bartender for more info. Once again, welcome Brother and/or Sister to The Secret Society. Now that you’ve been oriented, we hope you’ll join us often. The more you come by, the more might be revealed. Be seeing you, Your fellow members of The Secret Society

DINNER MENU

Available Any Time, Every Day Spinach and Artichoke Dip (V) ...............11.00 Slightly peppery take on the classic dip, served with sliced baguette. Canapé Board ........................................ 12.00 Rotating assortment of delicious small bites on grilled polenta. Ask your server for selections. Seared Seasonal Vegetables (VG, GF) ...........8.00 Fresh vegetables quick seared with crushed pepper, and served with balsamic reduction. Ask your server for current selection. Shrimp Fritters (GF).................................10.00 Shrimp, sweet pepper, and zucchini potato cakes, pan fried and served with spicy rémoulâde. Popcorn Classic Butter and Sea Salt (GF) ................6.00 Cajun Spiced (VG, GF) ..................................7.00 Chicken Duxelles on Creamy Polenta (GF)... 16.00 Roasted chicken thigh stuffed with sautéed mushrooms and onions, served over polenta and brussels sprouts. Gumbo (VG, GF) .........................................12.00 Creole classic served with rice. with Shrimp or Andouille Sausage ........14.00 both Shrimp and Andouille Sausage .....16.00 Shrimp Scampi ......................................14.00 Pan-seared shrimp over pasta tossed with white wine, butter and herbs. Linguini Mornay (V)................................12.00 Pasta with creamy Mornay cheese sauce. Also available vegan. Brandy Alexander Crème Brûlée (V) ........9.00 (VG) Vegan, (V) Vegetarian, (GF) Gluten-Free, (*) Contains Raw Egg. Consuming raw eggs may increase the risk of foodbourne illness. Please inform your server of any food sensitivities.

ABSINTHE

Kübler (Switzerland) ............................. 10.00 Lucid (France) ........................................ 11.00 Pacifique (Washington) ......................... 12.00 Pernod (France) ..................................... 12.00 St. George (California) .......................... 12.00 Vieux Pontarlier (France) ...................... 13.00 Jade 1901 (France) ................................. 15.00

WINE Our wine selection changes regularly. Please see our wine board for current selections.

DRAFT BEER

Rotating Selection ................................... 6.00

CRAFT BEER CANS

Damnesia IPA, Amnesia .......................... 4.00 Sweet As!, Pacific Ale, Good Life............. 4.00 Boont Amber Ale, Anderson Valley ........ 4.00 Local Logger Lager, Good Life ................ 4.00 Oatmeal Stout, Anderson Valley ............. 4.00

DOMESTIC AND IMPORT BEER

PBR Tall Boy ........................................... 3.00 Miller High Life Bottle ............................ 3.00

CIDER

Seattle Cider Co. Tall Boy ....................... 6.00

NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

We would be more than happy to make you a non-alcoholic cocktail. Just ask your server or bartender, and we will create a drink to your taste.

Non-Alcoholic Cocktail ........................... 5.00 Coke, Diet Coke, 7-Up ............................ 3.00 Cock ‘n Bull Ginger Beer ......................... 4.00 Stumptown Coffee ................................... 3.00 Tazo Tea ................................................... 3.00 •4•

SESSION COCKTAILS When it’s not quite time for the evening to end... These lower-proof cocktails are designed to delight the palate without dulling the senses. Inspired by the concept of session beers, brewed to be lower in alcohol for longer drinking “sessions”.

Bourbon Egg Cream Bourbon, Dark Crème de Cacao, Cream, Soda, Nutmeg Served Over 7.00 Philadelphia Collins Gin, Lemon Juice, Basil Syrup, Soda Served Over 7.00 Trinidad Shandy Zaya 12 Year Trinidad Rum, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Anderson Valley Oatmeal Stout Served Over 7.00 San Pancho Bonfire Tequila, Lemon Juice, Cucumber Syrup, Tabasco, Soda, Salted Rim Served Over 7.00 Portland 77 Vodka, Lime Juice, Hibiscus Syrup, Orange Bitters, Prosecco Served Over 7.00 Under The Radar Crème de Violette, Maraska Maraschino Liqueur, Lemon Juice, Soda Water Served Up 7.00 Americano Campari, Sweet Vermouth, Soda Water Served Over The precursor to the Negroni, and the first drink ordered by James Bond in Ian Fleming’s series. 7.00 •5•

CHAMPAGNE COCKTAILS The Champagne Cocktail Cava, Angostura Bitters, Sugar Cube, Lemon Twist 11.00 Aperol Spritz Aperol topped with Prosecco and Soda Water Orange Twist 12.00 Queen Bee Cava, Gin, Orange Blossom Honey, Lemon Juice Lemon Twist 12.00 Eastern Star St. Germain topped with Cava Lime Twist 13.00 Death in the Afternoon Absinthe, Cava, Sugar Cube Created by Hemingway, and named after his 1932 book about the ceremony and traditions of bullfighting. 13.00 French 75 Cava, Cognac, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup Lemon Twist Created by Franco-American World War I pilot Gervais Raoul Luftbery. He claimed it had the kick of being shelled by a French 75mm Howitzer. 13.00 Kir Royale Combier Cassis Liqueur topped with Cava Lemon Twist Named for Cannon Félix Kir, priest and hero of the French resistance during WWII. 12.00 Negroni Sbagliato Campari, Sweet Vermouth, Prosecco Served Over with an Orange Wedge 12.00 •6•

GIN COCKTAILS Bee’s Knees Aria Gin, Orange Blossom Honey, Lemon Juice Served Up 10.00 Corpse Reviver #2 Gin, Lillet Blanc, Combier Orange, Lemon Juice, Absinthe Served Up A popular late 19th century hangover remedy. 10.00 Jasmine Cocktail Aviation Gin, Cointreau, Campari, Lemon Juice Served Up 14.00 Martinez Ransom Old Tom Gin, Sweet Vermouth, Maraschino Liqueur, Orange Bitters Served Up 13.00 Monkey Gland Gin, Absinthe, Orange Juice, Grenadine Served Up Named for infamous French doctor, Serge Voronoff, famous in the 20s-30s for grafting monkey testicles onto humans for therapeutic and virility purposes. 10.00 Negroni Gin, Sweet Vermouth, Campari Served Up or Over 9.00 London Cocktail Bombay Sapphire Gin, Maraschino Liqueur, Orange Bitters Served Up The gin-lover’s gin cocktail. 13.00 Vesper Martini Gin, Vodka, Lillet Blanc, Lemon Twist Served Up As written into Ian Fleming’s “Casino Royale”...shaken. 10.00 •7•

WHISKEY COCKTAILS Boulevardier Bourbon, Campari, Sweet Vermouth Served Up 9.00 Classic Manhattan Bulleit Bourbon, Sweet Vermouth, Angostura Bitters Served Up In honor of Myron ‘Splash’ Johnson. 11.00 Old Fashioned Bourbon with Muddled Cherry, Orange, Lemon, Sugar Cube and Angostura Bitters, Topped with Soda Served Over 9.00 The Dufour Jameson Irish Whiskey, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Ginger Beer, Angostura Bitters Served Over For our dear friend Brian, who deftly captained this ship for 4 years, and lived to tell the tale. 10.00 Sazerac Old Overholt Rye Whiskey, Absinthe, Simple Syrup, Peychaud’s Bitters Served Up The official cocktail of New Orleans, circa 1850s. 11.00 Ward 8 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Grenadine Served Over Created in 1898 to honor the election of Martin Lamasney to Boston’s 8th ward. 10.00 Blood And Sand Bank Note Scotch Whisky, Cherry Brandy, Sweet Vermouth, Orange Juice Served Up Created for the 1922 silent film Blood and Sand, a bullfighting tale that starred Rudolph Valentino. 12.00 •8•

RUM COCKTAILS Calypso Daiquiri Zaya 12 Year Trinidad Rum, Lime Juice, Agave Nectar Served Up The poor, maligned Daiquiri wasn’t always served frozen from a machine. This is our take on the delicious original. A little tart, not too sweet. 12.00 Dark ‘N Stormy Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, Ginger Beer, Muddled Lime Served Over 9.00 Green Flash Light Rum, Green Chartreuse, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup, Topped With Soda Served Up A green flash is a rare optical phenomenon that occurs shortly after sunset or before sunrise, when a green spot is visible above the sun. 14.00 Mai Tai Appleton Estate VX Rum, Lime Juice, Orgeat, Orange Curaçao Served Over 11.00 Trenchtown Smith & Cross Jamaican Rum, Dry Vermouth, Simple Syrup, Orange Bitters Served Over 12.00 7 Years of Sun Flor de Cana 7 Year Rum, Lemon Juice, Orange Blossom Honey, Peychaud’s Bitters, Ginger Beer Served Up 11.00 Zombie Cruzan Light And 151 Rum, Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, Pineapple Juice, Passion Fruit Syrup, Lime Juice Served Over From The Tonga Room, San Francisco circa 1945. 11.00 •9•

TEQUILA COCKTAILS All of our tequila cocktails are made with 100% Agave Camarena Blanco Tequila.

Classic Margarita Tequila, Combier Orange, Lime Juice Served Over 10.00 Killer Bee’s Knees Tequila, Orange Blossom Honey, Lemon Juice Served Up 10.00 El Diablo Tequila, Combier Cassis, Lime Juice, Ginger Beer Served Over 11.00 The Long Walk Tequila, Green Chartreuse, Absinthe, Lemon Juice, Agave Nectar Served Up A Secret Society original that took 6-months to perfect - thus the name. 14.00 Secret Sunrise Tequila, Orange Juice, Grenadine, Cava Served Over Our take on the 1970s classic. 10.00 La Palapa Tequila, Grapefuit Juice, Lime Juice, Lillet Blanc, Cappelletti, Soda Served Over 11.00 Quixote Tequila, Cynar, Carpano Antica Vermouth, Lillet Blanc, Orange Bitters Served Up Those over there are not giants, but windmills... 13.00

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VODKA COCKTAILS Moscow Mule Vodka, Muddled Lime, Ginger Beer Served Over In A Copper Mug Created in Hollywood post-World War II, when a failing Russian vodka distributor met up with the owner of the Cock ‘n’ Bull restaurant, who had an unsuccessful line of bottled ginger beer. They combined the vodka and ginger beer, and served it in the copper mugs another friend needed to unload, thus creating a 50s cocktail craze that helped popularize vodka in America. 8.00 Vodka Gimlet Medoyeff Vodka, Lime Juice, Sugar, (Also Delicious With Aria Gin) Served Up Likely created in the late 1800s by Sir Thomas O. Gimlette, a surgeon in the British Royal Navy. He combined lime juice with a sailor’s daily gin rations to encourage scurvy prevention. In the 60s, vodka became a fashionable Cold War choice. 11.00 Cosmopolitan Vodka, Starvation Alley Cranberry Juice, Combier Orange, Lime Juice Served Up 11.00 The Northside Vodka, Aperol, St. Germain, Lemon Juice Served Up 13.00 Madame Curie Cocktail Bison Grass Vodka, Lemon Juice, Starvation Alley Cranberry Juice, Orgeat, Prosecco Served Over The first person and only woman to win the Nobel Prize twice. 11.00 White Russian Vodka, Kahlúa, Cream Served Over A Cold War classic, and an early ancestor of the coffee cocktail. Oh, and The Dude abides. 9.00 • 11 •

ET CETERA Renegade spirits that bear proper attention.

The Black Monk Amaras Mezcal, Bénédictine, Orange Bitters Served Over a Big Cube 16.00 Pisco Sour Pisco Encanto, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup, Egg White, Angostura Bitters Served Up The national drink of both Chile and Peru. Each country hotly claims itself the origin of pisco. 12.00 Caipirinha Novo Fogo Silver Cachaça, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup Served Up The national cocktail of Brazil. 11.00 Champs Elysées Maison Rouge VS Cognac, Green Chartreuse, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Angostura Bitters Served Up 14.00 Wayward Faering Krogstad Aquavit, Lemon Juice, Amaro Nonino, Basil Syrup, Meyer Lemon Bitters Served Up This little viking boat got a bit lost, and somehow landed ashore in Italy. 12.00 Applejack Rabbit Laird’s AppleJack, Maple Syrup, Lemon Juice, Orange Juice Served Over Applejack (aka Jersey Lightning) was used as currency to pay road crews during colonial times. 10.00 Curfew Cocktail Fernet Branca, Averna Amaro, New Deal Coffee Liqueur, Orange Bitters Served Over a Big Cube 13.00 • 12 •

AFTER DINNER COCKTAILS To cap a good meal, or whenever the mood may strike.

Brandy Alexander Maison Rouge V.S. Cognac, Dark Crème De Cacao, Cream, Nutmeg Served Up 9.00 Grasshopper Crème De Menthe, Crème De Cacao, Cream Served Up 9.00 Corpse Reviver #33 Cynar, Carpano Antica Vermouth, Absinthe, Champagne Served Over 11.00 Hanky Panky Cocktail Aria Gin, Carpano Antica Vermouth, Fernet Branca Served Up 13.00 Sidecar Maison Rouge V.S. Cognac, Combier Orange, Lemon Juice Served Up Purportedly concocted in 1922 by an American Army captain in Paris, who always rode to and from the bistro where it was created in his sidecar. 12.00 Hot Grammy Bourbon, Lemon Juice, Orange Juice, Honey, Cinnamon and a touch of Cayenne Our take on the classic Hot Toddy. 9.00 Irish Coffee Jameson Irish Whiskey, Simple Syrup, and Stumptown Coffee Whipped Cream 10.00 Spanish Coffee 151 Rum, Kahlúa, Combier Orange, and Stumptown Coffee, Flamed with a Sugared Rim, Whipped Cream, Nutmeg and Cinnamon 12.00 • 13 •

A BIT OF HISTORY

In 1907, well-known Portland architect and builder Elliott Lee Sanborn designed and constructed this building as a home for The Woodmen of the World, a national fraternal organization for woodworkers. The property changed hands in 1928 but remained in the fraternal circle with IOOF Industrial Lodge Number 99, the Neighbors of Woodcraft Oregon Circle Number 171 and the Associated Bible Students using the building as a meeting place. In 1947, The Prince Hall Masons F & AM purchased the property for their lodge, which became an important fixture in NE Portland’s African American community. In 1999 The Prince Hall Masons sold the building, and for the first time it became open to the general public as Russell Street Theater. Eventually the underground arts group Disjecta took over the lease, using the building for live/work artist spaces, art gallery exhibitions, music, theater and dance. In late 2004, Secret Society owner Matt Johnson purchased the building, and embarked on a 2 year renovation, significantly updating it for the first time since its construction in 1907. Today it houses the The Secret Society Lounge, Ballroom & Recording Studio and Toro Bravo Restaurant.

ABOUT THE PAINTINGS

We commissioned our good friend, Portland artist Jackie Avery, to paint Oregon logging scenes to honor the Woodmen of the World, the fraternal lodge who first owned and occupied this building. More of Jackie’s fabulous work can be seen at jackieavery.com.

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The Secret Society Lounge, Ballroom & Recording Studio 116 NE Russell St. Portland, Oregon 97212 503-493-3600

Lounge Open Daily at 5pm Ballroom Schedule and Tickets Available at secretsociety.net

• Established 2007 •