FOUND…Modern Cocktail Week

Behind the Bar…


Made in Brooklyn, these all-natural syrups pair so well in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.  A perfect alternative to the everyday mass-produced, soda has gone artisanal.   Take matters into your own hands and make your own fresh and seasonal soda with your favorite home carbonating kit, bottled seltzer or sparkling water

Soda Syrup 12.7 oz Bottle  $10.00

There is a 2-bottle minimum for shipping. (Does not include  Shipping)

P&H Soda may also be purchased at the urban table larder 

6938 E. 1st. Street

Scottsdale, AZ. 85251


Join in on the liquid love rival; Jack Rudy is a small batch tonic handcrafted in Charleston, SC.   It stands alone, because of its interesting ingredients of lemongrass, white pepper, allspice and orange peel, and none of that citric acid and high fructose corn syrup stuff.  Bar none this is the best tonic around. 

Orders are sold in packs of (2) 17 ounce bottles

$32.00 (does not include shipping)


This modern raw metal mounted wine bar, with great design is perfect for showcasing your favorite wine, spirits, glassware, and vintage linens.   A space saving piece for small space living.

At West End – round metal wall bar $299


This kitchy poster from The Boys Club Mixology 101 series, is a fun addition to any bar and highlights types of glassware, their name and what drinks they are used for.  Your walls will never look better with good information and a little educational too. 

 Bar poster – glassware poster $18-24


Mix your drinks in  true Mad Men style with these hand-carved sheesham wood muddlers.  Sheesham (also known as Indian Rosewood) is a fast-growing hardwood, sourced from sustainable managed plantations.  Three styles to choose from.

Wooden Muddlers – Task $16

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Recipes by: Rj of Urban Table

Photo Styling & Art Direction by: Traci of Urban Table

Photography & Art Direction by: Heather of Heather Gill Photography


We are still getting wonderful grapefruit juice and its getting to hot to eat so we are just going to make these all day and call it good.


4 oz fresh squeeze grapefruit juice

1/2 oz fresh squeezed lime juice

1 teaspoon sugar

4 oz club soda (we prefer Fever Tree)

1 oz Tequila

Salt for rimming

Garnish with lime wedge

  1. With a wedge of lime, wet the edge of a Collins glass and dip in salt.  Be sure not to get salt on the inside of the glass.  Fill with ice.
  2. In a cocktail shaker, add grapefruit juice, lime juice and sugar and stir or shake until sugar dissolves.
  3. Pour over ice.
  4. Add Tequila and top with club soda.
  5. Garnish with lime wedge.


Isn’t it pretty?!  Love the color, love the taste even more.  This can be made into a virgin cocktail by leaving out the tequila and just adding more club soda.  You should have your weekend party planned and ready to go with the 3 drinks we’ve given you so far this week.  We hope you invite us!  If you make these we would love for you to share a picture on our Facebook page.

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