Naturally, the drinks helped, too. Of the 11 cocktails offered, I tried four and walked away satisfied by each. A martini ($12) made with Green Hat gin and Dolin vermouth tasted like a classic standard, as did a Pikesville Rye-based Manhattan ($9). The Radler ($9), Grand Cru's take on Spanish cocktail the Paloma, utilizes Tapatio tequila, but the real star is the Stiegl Radler grapefruit lager. The Austrian import made the Radler standout as a prime warm-weather cocktail.