Courtesy of my daughter, thousands of miles away, but still interested in all things Long Island:
Can there be a more compelling argument for designating the place by Shinnecock Canal "landmark" status and preserving it from development or [shudder!] demolition?
...despite the fact that he claims to have invented the drink, he did make it incorrectly.
Pour all five white liquors in a tall glass, three ounces in total, not the six he poured (totally undrinkable and might be one of the reasons the OBI went out of business). Add 3/4 oz. lemon mix, then pack the glass with ice. Shake vigorously and top with a bit more more than a splash of Coke. Stir to blend the colors (making it look like an iced tea), garnish with a lemon wedge, maybe a sprig of mint, and a straw. Both labor intensive and time consuming.
Before the patron departs to enjoy her libation, tell her that the debonair bartender at the other end of the bar named Ian is world famous for his Iced Teas - next time, give his a try.