You'll realize that Julian Serrano's Spanish-focused wine list is special when the large purple-, red-, orange- and brown-framed book arrives. In it you'll find the names of approximately 500 bottles that are available. For those who just want a glass, Julian Serrano offers a variety of options, including several sherries, such as the prestigious Don PX Bodegas Toro Albala (Montilla-Morile), the rare Palo Cortado (E. Lustau, Peninsula) and the more commonly known Palomino Fino (Gonzalez Byass, Tio Pepe). There's also red, white and non-alcoholic sangria with fresh fruits and juices by the glass or pitcher, not to mention about 30 wines by the glass, including champagne and sparkling wines in 5-ounce servings and red, white and rose in 6-ounce servings. For something with a little more kick, try one of several cocktails straight up or on the rocks. Specially created for the restaurant, they include several sangria-themed cocktails like the Serrano Bloody Mary (Absolut Peppar, cherry tomatoes, spice) and the Dulce y Picante (Spanish brandy, St. Germain, strawberry, cayenne pepper). Because a number of these cocktails include muddled fresh fruit, you won't feel too guilty imbibing. Of course, there also are Spanish brandies, tequila, cognac, whiskey and, for something a little lighter, a variety of international beers.