vina collado garnacha syrah, kraken dark rum, st. remy vsop, orange & pineapple juice, demerara syrup
bottled in house with london dry gin, house made lavender & lime tonic syrup
House Cider Rules
hot apple cider, jim beam bourbon
Hot Buttered Rum
house made butter batter with coconut cream, fresh vanill bean, kraken dark rum
max of 4 GWorlds per table, no outside food or drinks. 18% gratuity added to parties of 6 or more. Consuming raw or undercooked foods maybe harmful & increase your risk of food borne illness Nothing says I love you like wearing a mask! Thank you for all your support!!!
happy hour: monday - friday : 4:00 – 7:00 •drafts, rails, house wines & frosé….5 •tater tots. . . 5 •nachos. . . 7 •wings :: spicy, bbq, old bay, or mambo (min. 6). . . .99¢ea.
DC Brau Public Pale Ale
washington, dc :: american pale ale, caramel and heavily floral aroma accented by mild citrus notes introduced by Centennial hops, 6%
3 Stars Peppercorn Saison
washington, dc :: farmhouse ale,Slightly sweet fruity nose, hints of grass and coriander, smooth underlying bitterness, clean dry finish, smooth lingering citrus notes, 6.5%
Devil's Backbone Vienna Lager
lexington, va :: vienna style lager, smooth, medium-bodied, and semi-sweet, while not too heavy or bitter, 5.2%
Bold Rock Hard Cider
nellysford, va :: fresh virginia apples, 4.7%.
Port City Porter
alexandria, va - porter, bittersweet chocolate and coffee notes and a depth that bigger beers aspire to 7.2% ABV.
chicago, il :: fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle, and long hop finish., 5.9%
Tonic's Poppin Pils
downington, pa:: german style pilsner, classic quencher, 5.3%
portland, me :: belgian style wheat, orange peel, coriander, 5.1%
dublin, ireland :: velvet stout, 4.5%
Pabst Blue Ribbon
aka PBR :: bohemian lager, 4.8%
Bells Two Hearted IPA
kalamazoo, mi :: intense hop flavor, malt balance, 7%
Across the Board Flight
tonic pils, bells two hearted ipa, 3 Stars Saison & allagash white
port city porter, dc brau public, devil's backbone vienna lager, bold rock hard cider
Growler Fill up
fill with any of the draft beers on tap to enjoy
Keep the Growler
Bottles & Cans
Bold Rock IPA Hard Cider
nellysford, va, india pressed apple blends the tartness of fresh-pressed apples with the slightly sweet notes of passion fruit, grapefruit, and citrus. 4.7%
Port City Optimal Wit
alexandria, va:: belgian style wheat, 4.9%
Breckenridge Vanilla Nitro Porter
littleton, co:: porter with flavors of chocolate, roasted nut, caramel, and coffee, 5.4%
flour tortillas, spicy citrus cabbage, panko crusted fresh cod, guac, salsa, sweet chili mayo
Pulled Pork Platter
bbq pulled pork, cheddar & old bay biscuit, slaw, mac & cheese
Trinidad Jerk Chicken
quarter chicken, spicy jerk sauce, rice & peas, cheddar & old bay biscuit
Peter Pan Seared Atlantic Salmon
beurre blanc sauce, sautéed spinach, jasmine rice
Mac 'N Cheese
classic cheesy, like a dad joke
pork belly mac; braised coffee rubbed pork belly
buffalo chicken and bleu cheese
spicy mac; chorizo, jalapeños, tomatoes
cheddar & old bay biscuit
Mac & Cheese
Homemade Rum Cake
New York Cheese Cake
topped with fresh whipped cream & cherry sauce
Funnel Cake Sticks
funnel fries of fun, with powdered sugar & cherry sauce
maximum of four payments or gworlds per table. no outside food or drink. consuming raw or undercooked foods may be harmful and increase your risk of food borne illness. 18% gratuity will be added to parties of 6 or more.
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Tonic Restaurant, located in the historic Quigley’s Pharmacy building on the George Washington Campus, is the quintessential neighborhood gathering spot. Featuring American comfort food with a twist, Tonic’s menu is reminiscent of your mother’s recipes: meatloaf slowly cooked with care, homemade Mac n’ cheese, fried chicken that is both juicy and crackling’ crispy, and hamburgers that are perfectly seasoned and topped with some funky fixings.
In addition to lunch and dinner, Tonic is also open for brunch on both Saturday and Sunday. Following an extensive renovation that would make Richard Lucien Quigley (founder of Quigley’s Pharmacy in 1891 and fellow GWU alumnus) proud, Tonic Restaurant has emerged as a unique space. Featuring exposed brick from the original structure and historic photographs from the GWU archives, Tonic is truly a fusion of the old and new in Foggy Bottom.