They make drinks with roses in them. OK, one drink called the Lithuanian Rose, and it's not exactly rose petals, more like rose preserve, but the idea still got me excited enough to order it. Made also with Stoli vanilla, sugar and Meyer lemons (yummy Meyer lemons), it smelled a little like a birthday cake and was slightly too sweet for my whiskey-loving self. But it sure was cool to order a drink with roses (the waitress even brought out a little of the jam for me to taste separately with bread). The pomegranate cocktail (pomegranate nectar, amaretto, Absolut Mandarin) was fantastic. And we drank them on the porch, watching a big table of sophisticatedly dressed people celebrate a birthday, and reveling in the neighborhood-y feel: For just a few more weeks, Starlite is on 34th Street between Lamar Boulevard and Guadalupe Street -- then it moves to the old Crimson building in the Warehouse District, where the drinks will mostly stay the same, even though the space will change (and the bar actually get bigger). So stick your head in, find yourself an elegant, rose-petaled cocktail, say goodbye to the lovely porch, and anticipate what's to come.