Our new, extensive cocktail menu features the classics in addition to our signature drinks that you won’t find anywhere else. The lounge has a dozen TVs, 16 handcrafted beers on tap, and your favorite Northwest regional wines by the glass and bottle.
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daily 11:00 am — 11:00 pm
Like its name sake you’ll know when hook in to one of these. A refreshing mix of fresh grapefruit, cucumber, Crater Lake Gin and topped with Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA.
THREE SISTERS | 11
As refreshing as a hike up south sister on a hot summers day. And after you come back down you’ll want to stop in here and sip on this delightful concoction of fresh berries, lime, 44 North huckleberry vodka and soda.
THYME BY THE RIVER | 12
The river is calling…and it says “Bring me a whiskey cocktail…” it’s true, we heard it! We at Currents were only too happy to oblige. We combine Four Roses Bourbon, fresh peach puree, fresh thyme and soda water. You’ll be dipping your toes in no time.
"THAI ONE ON | 10
Whether you’re tying on a wooly bugger or a pale morning dun to catch that trophy fish, you’ll need refreshment and, perhaps, condolences after the battle is done. You can get both in this creation of Indio lemongrass vodka, fresh basil, POM wonderful and soda. Perfect for the celebration or vow of revenge for the one that got away.
BUCHA MOJO | 11
We have created an elixir that will help you get your mojo back. After all, cocktails have been helping people with their mojo for centuries! We combine Bacardi rum, mint, Humm coconut lime Kombucha and pineapple for the perfect slice of summer in a glass.
RIVERHOUSE RITA | 11
Our version of the classic brings together fresh citrus, strawberries and jalapeños with our house infused strawberry-jalapeño infused silver tequila. Viva la revolucion!
SMOKIN PALOMA | 12
The Oaxacan mountains and the High Desert come together in this smoky, delicious blend of Wahaka mezcal, Sauza tequila, fresh grapefruit and honey ginger syrup.
OLD FASHIONED | 11 Like the Riverhouse on the Deschutes this classic cocktail has stood the test of time and been through many variations. Like now, we’ve arrived at the best one. Bourbon, Angostura and orange bitters, lemon twist and a Bordeaux cherry stirred and served on the rocks.
SAZERAC | 10 When Antoine Peychaud and Leon LaMonthe created this gem in the Sazerac coffee house in New Orleans, tradition and sense of place were born in a cocktail. We continue that tradition with local spirits in our version of the classic. Crater Lake Rye Whiskey, OSD Wild Card Absinthe, Peychaud’s Bitters, sugar, lemon twist.
FRENCH 75 | 9 Created in Paris at a bar named after New York City and loved around the world. This bombshell of a cocktail found a home at the Riverhouse. North Sister Gin, sugar, lemon, Yulupa Brut. Keep it classy Central Oregon.
SIDECAR | 10
Still as popular today as in the roaring 20’s, this combination of brandy, Cointreau, lime and orange will have you in the fast lane in no time. The fast lane of life…not the road!
MANHATTAN | 11 Loved by kings and the common alike, this 19th-century cocktail tastes just as good at a swanky uptown NYC bar as it does on the banks of the majestic Deschutes River. We combine Four Roses bourbon, Antica sweet vermouth and bitters. Served up and cold. Cheers!
HEMINGWAY DAIQUIRI | 12
Love him or hate him this man knew a good cocktail. You would often find the old man by the sea at the El floridita bar in Havana knocking back a few of these. 7 Sirens rum, Luxardo, fresh grapefruit and lime.