Going Cocktailian at Boneyard Bistro

Ludobites 6.0 is located in the Valley for this run. After dinner last week, LA/ OC Foodie, H.C., convinced us to head over three blocks over to Boneyard Bistro. I wasn’t really in the mood to say goodbye after a great meal and though I am not into beer, I decided to go. Well, I was quite surprised. Yes, Boneyard Bistro has over 40 taps but they just launched a cocktail program. Apparently they’re really into whiskey and their menu reflects that. Half the page of their whiskey list was bourbon. The Minty was a happy camper.


Boot Hill

I ordered the Boot Hill (Fighting Cock Bourbon, apple jack, lemon juice). For $10, it wasn’t bad. I preferred their classic Manhattan.

Bourbon Daisy

The Bourbon Daisy was very fruity and light. It wasn’t correctly balanced but again, at $10, I guess we couldn’t complain too much. It seemed more like a tiki drink with the bright red maraschino cherry. Damn, was I missing Luxardo cherries.

French 75

We loved the stemware for the cocktails. The glasses were wide and very cool to look at. This French 75 could have used a bit more Bols Genever.

Overall, I’d return but stick to the classics for now. I tasted a Sazerac later and it was very nice. And looked who joined us after service? Ludo enjoyed his La Paloma made with tequila.

Boneyard Bistro

13539 Ventura Boulevard
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423-3825
(818) 906-7427