It's not the most cutting edge list, nor is it the most extensive cocktail list you'll find in Houston, but what Beverage Director Monique Hernandez's list does have is an approachability and likability factor that makes you want to indulge in a cocktail or two or three. With names that reflect the Field & Tides motif of land and sea, the 11-drink list gives you classics with a twist that wash down smoothly, whether you want to indulge in an aperitif, or enjoy a well-crafted cocktail with your meal. A pale lavender-colored "Rip Tide," made with Botanist Gin and creme de violette, is served in a coupe glass with a pretty layer of white foam. The "Counter Current," served in champagne flute, is Hernandez's take on the French 75 made with Fords gin. There's an F&T mule, made with Tito's Vodka and crushed ice, as well as an old fashioned, which she calls "The First Cut." But the most popular drink of all is her homage to the margarita. Made of habanero, jalapeno, red fresno and cucumber infused tequila, the "Angry Grunsel," is spicy and tart, tangy and fun, words that aptly describe the list itself.