The Suave: Cucumber vodka, vermouth, mint, white grape juice. Despite the grape juice, this one is more like a traditional martini, rather than a girly little fruit drink. I liked it better than the martoni, an earlier version of Bang's cucumber vodka martini, which is no longer on the menu. A good choice if you want to pretend to be sophisticated, but aren't quite ready for a traditional vodka martini.
The Toasted Almond: I drank this on my birthday, in lieu of a cake. Vanilla vodka, Kahlua, cream, and cinnamon, and another liquor I can't remember, but which must be the one with the almond flavor. Yummy and would probably be a good choice around the holidays.
Swingtini: Vodka and gin with a twist and an olive. I'm not sure if vodka and gin are meant to be mixed in the same drink. This drink reminded me of my childhood and the smell of gin from my father's martinis. Jon was similarly affected, saying that it reminded him of the concoctions he used to make when dabbling in his parents' liquor cabinet.
Tokyo Manhattan: A Manhattan with Saki, only I think this one has some juice in it too. Consumed on a random Wednesday I had such a terrible day at work that I demanded that Jon take me out for a drink, and then we went to a friend's house and somehow four of us consumed two bottles of champagne, so you must excuse me for not having a clear memory of what this tasted like. It's not among the favorites. It didn't taste anything like a Manhattan.
White Chocolate: A good treat martini. The glass comes drizzled with chocolate sauce. Who would ever think that vodka and chocolate go well together? I believe there's some Bailey's in there too. The night I ordered this one, we amused ourselves watching the atrocious driving on Second and South streets. What's with all the people who drive the wrong way down Second St? Most people figure it out, or get yelled at by nearby cabbies until they turn around, but this woman the night of the chocolate martini determinedly drove the wrong way the whole length of the street, even in the face of cars coming at her going the right way. Oh Charlottesville.
Wisteria Lane: The final martini. Tart and fruity. It reminded me of the pomegranate Cosmo I drank earlier in the summer, only more tart. A good choice for someone who wants something easy to drink that isn't too sweet.