The Bar

Our conversation bar is a fantastic place to eat and drink with friends and make new ones.

Beer:   [ Download Beer Menu ]
Victor’s bar carries one of the largest selection of imported and microbrewed bottled beers in the area. You will also find a wide array of craft beers ON TAP at Victor’s.

Wines:  [ Download Wine Menu ]
Large selection of cellared wines or wines by the glass kept at cellar temp.

Cocktails:  [ Download Cocktails Menu ]
Wonderful creative cocktails available made with fresh ingredients everyday

Victor’s Bar

Sunday – Thursday
til 11:00 PM

Friday & Saturday
til 1:00 AM

On Tap at Victor's

Draft Beers as of 3/25/16

Draft System and Hand Pump
Stop in and check out our new system, we have 10 taps and
a hand pump for cask beer. Check out our Beermenus.com page for our extensive bottle list.

  • South County Day Rider IPA
  • Black Cap Belgian Tripel Ale
  • Evolution Rise Up Stout (nitro)
  • Pizza Boy Murren River IPA
  • TO/OL Gose to Hollywood
  • Bell’s Smitten Rye Golden Ale*$3 Daily Feature*
  • Boulevard Tank 7 
  • South County Virgil 2016
  • Michelob Ultra
  • Collusion Tap Works Dole Imperial Berlinerweiss

On The Hand Pump 

  • Collusion Tap Works Masquerade Porter W/Coconut

ALL SELECTIONS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.

Check out Victor’s page at beermenus.com for our complete selection. 

Victor's Italian Restaurant on taplister

Victor's Wine By The Glass

Glass list as of 2/4/17

Premium Wines

  • Rocca delle Macie Campomaccione [Tuscay, Italy] 2012

  • Tikal Patriota [Mendoza, Argentina] 2013       

  • Textbook Cabernet Sauvignon [Napa Valley, California] 2014     

  • Elk Cove Pinot Noir [Williamette Valley, Or] 2014

  • Domaine les Ondines Vacqueyras [Rhone, France] 2014

  • Paul Hobbs Crossbarn Chardonnay [Sonoma County, Ca] 2014

  • Spy Valley Sauvignon Blanc[Marlborough, New Zealand] 2014

Whites 

  • Piqutos Moscato, Valencia, Spain
  • Pulenta Estate Sauvignon Blanc,  Mendoza, Argentina
  • S.A. Prüm Reisling, Mosel, Germany
  • Torre de Luna Pinot Grigio, Trentino, Italy
  • Antico Fuoco, Puglia, Italy                                 

Reds  

  • Sean Minor Pinot Noir, Central Coast, California
  • Salcheto Chianti, Tuscany, Italy 
  • Cantele Primitivo, Puglia, Italy 
  • La Flur Cabernet Sauvignon,  Mendoza, Argentina 
  • Rios de Tinta Tempranillo, Ribera del Duero, Spain

 

 

Absinthe at Victor's

The Green Fairy’s Triumphant Return.

Absinthe at Victor’s! Served Tableside!

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Banned since 1912, Absinthe is legal again in the United States. Among the most mysterious and misunderstood spirits in history, Absinthe gained its notoriety in the late 19th century during the Belle Époque in France. Reputed to provide a visionary consciousness it became the creative fuel for artists like Degas, Manet, Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec and a host of literati that included Verlaine, Baudelaire, Oscar Wilde and Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway described the spirit as opaque, bitter, tongue numbing, brain-warming, stomach-warming, idea changing liquid alchemy in his famous novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls.

The mystique of Absinthe, however, does not end with its reputed capacity to inspire creativity. A 19th century French doctor who studied Absinthism described its symptoms as “sudden delirium, vertigo and hallucinations.” Perhaps in support of this, drinking Absinthe became known as Dancing with The Green Fairy. The sprit developed multiple nicknames around The Green Fairy, including The Green Muse, The Green Goddess, and The Glaucous Witch.

At the center of all the excitement lies the notorious Grand Wormwood (Artemesia Absinthium), the protagonist in any authentic Absinthe formula. Wormwood contains the chemical Thujone which has long been reputed to induce the visions and amorous inclinations so closely tied to the Absinthe reputation. Science has long since dispelled these myths and it is fact over fiction that opened the doors to the United States where the government requires that all Absinthes have less than 10 parts per million of Thujone content.

The principal ingredients in Absinthe are the herbs Grand Wormwood and Anise that provide the balance between bitter and sweet and make the taste of the spirit so compelling. Its components are a grain of neutral base of Swiss wheat and also include Hyssop, Lemon Balm, Coriander, Star Anise, Fennel, Artemisia Pontica and Mint according to its original formula.