Fall is in the air – the perfect time to cozy up to your favorite autumn drink or find a new favorite. From spicy spirits to cinnamon-rich concoctions, we've covered all the bases when it comes to spicing up your drink selections this season.
This Downtown craft cocktail salon, located in the basement of The Joule hotel, has the perfect fall ambiance with its cozy and glitzy décor and one-of-a-kind cocktails. Warm up with the Mulled Wine Punch or Hot Buttered Soul, made with brown butter bourbon, pecan orgeat, cinnamon and a dash of spice with cayenne pepper.
If cocktails aren't your thing, head to Houndstooth Coffee. Their Thanks-O-Latte will give you plenty to be thankful for – it's a quarter pumpkin pie batter, the rest Houndstooth Coffee. Beer lovers can enjoy the Ginger Oh Snap made with cold brew, extra spicy ginger beer and maple syrup. With three locations around Dallas including North Dallas, Knox/Henderson and West Dallas, you're sure to get your fall drink fix this fall and winter.
Winter is coming… Wintervention that is. Design District's Peticolas Brewing's Wintervention is a sure sign that cooler days are here. The strong spiced ale is full of nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice and ginger flavors, making it the perfect brew for a fall (or winter) day. Wintervention is set to be released at the end of October.
Satisfy your sweet tooth and savory craving all in one with Ocean Prime's newest cocktail – the Salty Carmel. Located in Uptown, you can order this creamy concoction that's made with Ketel One, Irish Cream Salted Caramel and sweetened with half and half and caramel.
You'll fall in love with Armoury D.E.'s Ashes in Fall, located in Deep Ellum. The whiskey drink is both rich in color and flavor with ingredients like lingonberries, juniper syrup, charcoal and egg whites. If you gin is your drink of choice, you won't go wrong with Harvester of Sorrow. The blueberry, balsamic shrub and lime-flavored cocktail will leave you anything but sad.
What are you waiting for? Get to drinking your way through fall season. Cheers!
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