Drinks: The speciality holiday delights of East Dallas

Cred: Danny Fulgencio
Cred: Danny Fulgencio

’Tis the season for revelry, and our neighborhood’s watering holes do not disappoint. From spices to stouts, here are some of the seasonal specialties you can find this month.

Campfire Old Fashioned
This libation comes with a kick thanks to Wild Turkey 81/101 and black walnut bitters, but it’s topped with a toasted marshmallow so it ends on a sweet note.
Libertine Bar
2101 Greenville Ave.

St. Bernardus Christmas Ale
At 10 percent alcohol, this is a Belgian Ale for sipping, with a dark color and rich fruity finish.
Craft Beer Cellar
6324 Gaston Ave.

Hot Yoohoo Yeehaw
This Christmas twist on the classic frozen Yoohoo includes peppermint schnapps and Thin Mint cookies.
Single Wide
2110 Greenville Ave.

Eggnog cocktail
Spicy and sweet, this holiday classic gets a boozy finish.
Pour House
1919 Skillman

COCOAMINTZ
This holiday creation combines hot cocoa and Rumple Minze liqueur.
504 Bar and Grill
2121 Greenville Ave.

Café Au Lait Chicory Coffee
Milk Stout
This New Orleans style stout is made with White Rock Sumatra coffee beans.
On Rotation
7328 Gaston Ave.


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