Where to Drink Tempting Fall Cocktails in Chicago Right Now
Hit these 13 bars for seasonal elixirs with pumpkin, apple, and more fall flavors
As bright and juicy summer ingredients fade out of season, warm fall flavors set into Chicago bars. That means pumpkin, cinnamon, apple, and more are often mixed and muddled into a seemingly endless roster of new fall cocktails. Autumn also signals the onset of Starbucks’ cultist Pumpkin Spice Latte, and at least one bar mentioned below is serving an elevated, booze-spiked take.
Rich in dark spirits like whiskey, brandy, and rum, the below-mentioned bars are among the best places to sip the flavors of fall in cocktail form.
Three Dots and a Dash
River North tiki den Three Dots and a Dash launched its new fall menu with beverage director Kevin Beary’s libations like Suffering Bastard (gin, Calvados, eau de vie de cidre, lime, ginger, sasparilla) and Quincy With The Good Pear (aged cachaca, Martinique rhum agricole, lime, pineapple, quince, pear)