If you want to enjoy your meal with a great ocean view and a fine drink, the Bull Shed is an excellent choice.
The variety of flavored Vodka offered helps you get creative at the Shed and their martinis will soon have their own section on the menu. The Hawaiian Martini, for $7.75, is a favorite. The flavor is induced by the Hawaiian Vodka, which is made from sugar cane and filtered trough lava. It’s mixed with a touch of pineapple and coconut, dusted with nutmeg and topped off with a garnish of fresh pineapple.
Assistant manager Pamela Nuivo’s favorite, the Thai Mango Cooler ($8.25) is an interesting mix of Kai Lemongrass — Ginger Vodka, lime, coconut water, sweet and sour, and mango, shaken and poured over ice.
If you prefer wine, you will not be disappointed.
Manager Robin Dame has worked with a certified sommelier, or wine connoisseur. Not to be outdone, Dame is a detailed wine connoisseur himself. He picks three wines weekly to represent a part of the menu as the manager’s choice. The Seven Falls Merlot, a 2010 stock out of Washington, was the top pick of the week. It goes for $9 a glass or $36 for the bottle.
“It’s a wine that a wine geek like myself would appreciate; If it came from Napa it would cost $100 per bottle” Robin says. It is “a big bold Merlot from the Wahiuke Slope in the Columbia River Basin. It has great structure and complexity with a long finish. Pairs well with all Bull Shed meats, including prime rib.”
Happy hour is daily from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.with specials on Mai Tai and Pina Colada ($5), domestic beer ($3), cabernet and chardonnay ($4), and Margarita, Hawaiian Martini and Hawaiian Cosmopolitan for $6.