In 1925, architect William Yelland designed the Tupper & Reed building for the music store of John C. Tupper and Lawrence Reed. For the next 80 years, Tupper & Reed operated their store - which at times served as a restaurant, concert venue, and artistic community space - in the unique, gothic, storybook setting of their urban cathedral.
Almost a century after its construction, we look to pay homage to this extraordinary space and recapture the magic of Tupper & Reed’s musical and artistic legacy. With every drink we cut or carve or chisel or guild, we look to express our passion for cocktails into a symphony befitting our historic home.
We pride ourselves in the ability to offer a wide range of flavors in both cocktails and spirits. Both familiar (and not so familiar) classics interspersed with modern and progressive offerings.