Midnight Martini – €8.95
Patron xo cafe, Liquer 43, Baileys, Sweet Mix, Double espresso ,topped with chocolate powder [Soya, Dairy].
Caskmates IPA Sour – €8.50
Jameson Caskmates IPA, Sweet Mix, Lemon Juice, Egg White, [Egg], Bitters.
Gin & Juice – €9.50
Beefeater Gin 24, Maraschino liquer, grapefruit juice, Lemon Juice, Grapefruit Bitters, Garnish with a lemon twist.
Negroni – €9.50
Brooklyn Gin, Campari, Belsazar Rose, Garnish with an orange twist.
Southern Sour – €8.95
Absolut Vodka, Guinness, Lemon Juice, Sweet Mix, Honey Sugar syrup, Egg White, Mint Leaf Garnish [Egg]
Frozen Daiquiri – €8.50
Havan 3 yr old Rum, Sweet mix, Lime Juice, Puree Strawberry, Passionfruit, Mango, Watermelon.
Elderflower Margarita – €8.95
Tequila Olmeca Resposado, St. Germain Elderflower Tonic, Lime Juice.
PornStar Martini – €8.95
Absolut Vanilla Vodka, Passionfruit Liquer, Passionfruit Puree, Sweet Mix Orange Juice, Shot of Prosecco on the side.
Amaretto DEW – €8.50
Disoronno, Tullamore DEW, Lemon Juice, Egg White [Egg].
Zombie – €9.95
Havana 3y/o, Diplomatico, Gosling dark rum, Pomegranate syrup, Pineapple Juice, Lemon Juice, Lime Juice.
Why Skeff Cocktails ?
Our award winning cocktails and cocktail makers take their inspiration from the fun and frivolity of Toft’s funfair. For many a year Toft’s brought their funfair to Eyre Square, especially as part of race week. The Skeffington Arms was perfectly placed to take in all of the noise, excitement and fun. The big wheel or Big Dipper as it was known, was usually in the centre surrounded by hurdy-gurdies, chair-o-planes, ghost trains, the wheel of fortune, a merry-go-round, slides, the rifle range, the coconut shy, the carousel with it’s beautiful hand carved hobby horses, swing boats, the helter-skelter, the waltzer, skittles and rides like the octopus. The bumper cars was probably the most popular of them all
Mixed in with the usual funfair rides and stalls was the Wall of Death motorcyclists who passed within inches of each other while going in different directions. The performers who put the hearts in the mouths of every member of the crowd diving from a 50 foot platform into a small tank of water, the top of which was set alight with oil.
At night in particular, there was a great festive atmosphere with lights, fairground music, people calling out the attractions of the various stalls and the screams and whoops of folks having fun.
So while you are here, raise a cocktail to the Toft’s name and their outstanding contribution to the history of entertainment on the square and their well-known generosity