Those bad decisions will likely be aided by cocktails from the brand-new bar program that’s meant to invoke the frivolity and glamour of Studio 54. Specifically the uber grown-up version of a Long Island Iced Tea, made with tea-infused Flor de Caña rum, vodka, gin, Combier, lemon, ginger, and cola. If no Long Island Iced Tea is grown-up enough, there are plenty of other options that don’t mix four different types of liquor -- try the Dark Side of Hemingway (Brugal dark rum, grapefruit, lime cordial, and maraschino), or the Honey Bang Me Sloe (Barr Hill honey vodka, Sipsmith sloe gin, Galliano, elderflower, orange juice, and lemon). Hanging out with group? Most of the cocktails can be upgrade to “commune cocktails,” which serve six.