Chicken Lips ($6)
Leave it to Lucy's to take an oyster shooter over the top with a chicken salt rim and a sprinkle of chicken cracklings. When asked why they named this drink Chicken Lips, the staff laughed and explained that shooting it is sort of like making out with a chicken.
Lucy Basilia ($7)
Made with blackberries and basil, this juicy vodka cocktail is the ideal thirst quencher on a hot Texas day. Make a pitcher full if you're gathering with a crowd.
Watermelon Crawl ($8)
There's a more sophisticated way to cool down than diving face first into a watermelon half. Try this summery gin-based sipper that's sweetened with watermelon juice and elderflower liqueur.
Texas Whiskey Revival ($8)
This icy and refreshing whiskey cocktail is made for warm days on the patio. It calls for Balcones True Blue Whiskey, a Texan blue corn whiskey, brightened with citrus and rounded off with St. Germain.
Donkey Show ($7)
If you're a fan of ginger, then this is your drink. This rum version of the Moscow Mule is extra gingery from the muddled fresh ginger root and ginger liqueur.
Bee Sting ($9)
In this Texan rendition of the Bee's Knees, Republic Tequila Reposado from Austin is shaken with lemon juice, honey, and jalapeno for earthiness and heat.