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Billy Sunday’s Tell No Tails
Jaysen Goranson

20 Fantastic Fall Cocktails to Try in Chicago Now

From caramel apple poptails to corn cobblers

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Billy Sunday’s Tell No Tails
| Jaysen Goranson

As bright and juicy summer ingredients fade out of season, warm fall flavors set into Chicago bars. That means corn, 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 anti-take on the popular drink.

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 liquid form.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Sunda

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110 W Illinois St
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 644-0500
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River North’s modern Asian eatery Sunda is celebrating fall with “peared sake.” Beverage director Nahm Kim blends pear vodka with sparkling sake, pineapple juice, ginger syrup, then garnishes the libation with a Saigon cinnamon rim. Says Kim: “Sparkling sake was not a popular drink when Sunda opened in 2009, so creating a sparkling sake cocktail was one way Sunda introduced this sake to their guests.”

A short clear glass containing a yellow-colored cocktail garnished with a piece of dried pineapple.
Sunda’s Peared Sake
Sunda [Official Photo]

2. etta

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1840 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(312) 757-4444
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Over at etta, Wicker Park’s new American number, the bar team has schemed a tiki-inspired fall cocktail that they say, “takes you to the beach in Barbados, while remind[ing] you that your friends back in Chicago are all wearing sweatshirts.” “Team builder” calls for Pimm’s, Jamaican rum, china-china, lime, mango, mint, and a tres leches orgeat syrup that’s flavored with cinnamon and allspice.

A tall clear glass filled with a milky, brown-colored cocktail.
Etta’s Team Builder
etta Sunda [Official Photo]

3. Daisies

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2523 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 661-1671
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There’s perhaps no better way to wrap up summer then by savoring the end of fresh corn season. The bar team at new American restaurant Daisies in Logan Square came up with “corn cobbler.” The drink—served in a coupe glass—incorporates a blend of rums, saffron liqueur, roasted corn, apple cider vinegar, and tarragon.

A coupe glass filled with a orange-yellow cocktail.
Daisies’ Corn Cobbler
Ryan Gorey

4. Onward Chicago

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6580 N Sheridan Rd
Chicago, IL 60626
(872) 888-8776
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Vicente Romero, cocktail director and assistant general manager at Onward—the new American Rogers Park restaurant from the former owner of now-shuttered, three-Michelin-starred Grace—is responsible for “apple pie butterfly.” This fall-forward tipple embraces the season with apple-cinnamon syrup, rum, Cocchi Americano, lemon juice, and a few drops of absinthe.

A medium-sized glass filled with a red-colored cocktail and a lime garnish.
Apple Pie Butterfly
Onward [Official Photo]

5. IO Godfrey Rooftop Lounge

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127 W Huron St
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 374-1830
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The bar team at River North rooftop lounge I|O Godfrey is experimenting with a slate of ingredient-intensive drinks they’re calling “kitchen cocktails.” One such new libation is the Godfrey Toddy, an infused drink made in a siphon coffee maker. The concoction is composed of whiskey, honey, and water, plus cinnamon sticks, star anise, lemon peel, vanilla bean, clove, lemongrass, and rosemary.

A siphon coffee maker filled with a yellow liquid and two glasses holding that same yellow liquid.
IO Godfrey’s Godfrey Toddy 
IO Godfrey [Official Photo]

6. The Delta

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1745 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 360-1793
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Partner and beverage director Adam Kamin from Wicker Park cocktail bar the Delta is the man behind “what a pear.” He blends the fall fruit with a 10-year-aged pear brandy, vanilla, ginger, lime, and orange bitters.

A rocks glass filled with a yellow drink.
The Delta’s What a Pear
The Delta [Official Photo]

7. The Publican

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837 W Fulton Market
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 733-9555
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Fulton Market gastropub the Publican just this month added “the golden hour” to its drinks lineup. Inspired by autumn and a new saffron spirit on they market, beverage manager Melissa Romanos blends gin, Apologue Saffron Liqueur, Dolin Genepy, chile-cardamom honey, and lemon juice. Says Romanos, “this is perfect for fall because all the spices call for cooler nights, but it’s still refreshing enough for those warmer days.”

A short white tea cup holding a yellow-colored drink.
The Publican’s Golden Hour
Isabelle Langheim

8. Dusek's Board & Beer

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1227 W 18th St
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 526-3851
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Two weeks ago, beverage director Rob Boyd added “here & there” to Michelin-starred gastropub Dusek’s Board and Beer’s cocktail menu. Likewise inspired by new saffron spirit Apologue Saffron Liqueur, he adds the liqeuor plus mezcal, lime juice, pomegranate-turmeric syrup, mole bitters, and an egg white. Per Boyd, “This cocktail blends the traditional autumnal flavors of home—such as pomegranate, ginger, and golden raisins—with the faraway flavors of mezcal and mole found in Oaxaca.”

A coupe glass positioned on top of a menu, holding a brown-colored drink topped with egg white foam.
Dusek’s Board and Beer’s Here & There
Dusek’s Board and Beer [Official Photo]

9. Revival Food Hall

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125 S Clark St
Chicago, IL 60603
(773) 999-9411
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This month, bartender Clare Murrell introduced a new fall-leaning cocktail to Revival Food Hall’s new bar menu that’s inspired by turn-of-the-century skyscrapers in downtown Chicago. Murell explains that, “the Manhattan Building has a caramel-colored facade and quirky or nutty design features like smiling gargoyles and stylized lettering.” She turned those aesthetics into a Manhattan riff that offers notes of hazelnut, almond, chocolate, and subtle spice. “Manhattan Building” calls for hazelnut-almond butter-infused rye, coffee-infused Cynar, red vermouth, amontillado sherry, and Madeira.

A clear glass filled with a brown cocktail .
Revival Food Hall’s Manhattan Building
Revival Food Hall [Official Photo]

10. RAISED | An Urban Rooftop Bar

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1 W Wacker Dr
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 795-3444
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Earlier this month, bartender Rachel Johnson over at Raised—the American restaurant and rooftop bar overlooking the Chicago River— decided to rethink one of the most classic fall treats: caramel apples. Her “caramel apple poptail” calls for Fratello Hazelnut liqueur, Ramazzotti, apple cider, and honey.

A hand holding a yellow, triangle-shaped ice pop.
Raised’s Caramel Apple Poptail
Raised [Official Photo]

11. RPM Steak

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66 W Kinzie St
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 284-4990
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Perpetually buzzy River North steak spot RPM Steak has a new fall intoxicant on the cocktail list as of this month. Barman Joseph Lapi conceived of this seasonal gin and tonic titled “the M gin & tonic,” and it calls for Monkey 47 gin, apple brandy, riesling, lemongrass, cranberries and Fever-Tree tonic. Says Lapi, “While many gin and tonics call for lime, we use these heartier fall ingredients to help stretch the seasons.”

A silver tray holding assorted spirits and a wine glass filled with a gin and tonic.
“M” Gin & Tonic
Melissa Hom

12. Petterino's

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150 N Dearborn St
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 422-0150
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Who says a Spritz can only be sipped in the summer? The Loop Italian haunt Petterino’s believes otherwise. Enter, “the Harvest Spritz,” by bartender Blake Dressel, who explains that his drink contains “a balanced mix of bitter orange amaro, the crisp semi-dry Right Bee Cider and spicy ginger beer.” On the menu as of this month, the cocktail comes in a wine glass filled with ice, garnished with an apple slice and orange peel twist.

A wine glass containing a brown cocktail.
Petterino’s Harvest Spritz
Petterino’s [Official Photo]

13. Osteria Via Stato

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620 N State St
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 642-8450
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River North’s Osteria Via Stato is feeling fall via its “farmer’s mule.” Bartender Dan Kurtzman added the drink earlier this month, offering a blend of local pears, cinnamon, vodka, and ginger beer.

A rock glass containing a light brown-colored cocktail.
Osteria Via Stato’s Farmer’s Mule
Lindsay Widdel

14. Machine: Engineered Dining & Drink

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1846 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 276-7422
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Beverage Director Aneka Saxon at Wicker Park’s American addition Machine drew inspiration from the humble carrot with her new vegetal cocktail, “eye don’t carrot all.” Her anti-pumpkin spice libation calls for carrot, gin, lemon, cumin, turmeric, ginger, red pepper, coriander, orange, and it’s served with a frozen watermelon shard in place of ice cubes. Says Saxon, “the frozen watermelon shard serves to add flavor while also keeping the drink cold without diluting the taste.”

A Collins glass containing a carrot orange-hued drink with coriander leaves sticking out.
Machine’s Eye Don’t Carrot All
Sophia Mathias

15. Galit

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2429 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 360-8755
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Newbie Israeli hotspot Galit in Lincoln Park is leaning into fall via “it’s muhammara” by beverage director Olivia Duncan. Her drink calls for rum, tequila, red bell pepper, caraway, and walnut. Duncan explains, “this drink is a split base of rum and tequila—the spirits play really well with the ... bright fresh pepper and also the comfort spice of caraway with a touch of walnut.”

A red cocktail in a coupe glass.
Galit’s It’s Muhammara
Galit [Official Photo]

16. The Violet Hour

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1520 N Damen Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 252-1500
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This week, decorated Wicker Park cocktail cabin the Violet Hour introduce “London frog.” To make the drink, bartender Lisa Greene blends vodka, Amaro de Montenegro, Italicus Bergamotto, Earl Grey syrup, lemon juice, and egg white. Lisa Greene says that her libation is “a boozy twist on a London Fog latte—the cocktail drinks like the coffee shop classic, complete with foamy nose, notes of lemon and cold weather bergamot orange.”

A silver tray positioned by a fire place with a brown drink in a clear glass.
The Violet Hour’s London Fog
One Off Hospitality [Official Photo]

17. Lone Wolf

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806 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 600-9391
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“Old dog, new tricks” by general manager Kristina Magro represents Lone Wolf‘s nod to fall. Served in an old-school juice box, the dram involves tequila, sake, Michigan apple cider, lemon juice, and honey.

A small, square, turquoise juice box.
Lone Wolf’s Old Dog New Tricks
Lone Wolf [Official Photo]

18. Yūgen Restaurant

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652 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60661
(312) 265-1008
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Grace replacement Yūgen is offering a sort of Japanese-style toddy. “The boilerman” includes plum whiskey, oolong tea, cinnamon, ginger, black peppercorn, and star anise.

A wooden cup with a tea bag sticking out.
Yūgen’s The Boilerman
Yūgen [Official Photo]

19. Young American

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2545 N Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 687-8385
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Logan Square cocktail bar Young American is mixing the #4 for fall. On the menu as of this month, “the drink is a riff on a Lion’s Tail, with wonderful fall spice from the cinnamon and allspice dram,” explains drink creator Wade McElroy. Think amontillado and fino sherry, bonded bourbon, allspice dram, concord grape grenadine, and lime juice.

A beige-colored cocktail in a coupe glass, sitting on a bar.
Young American’s #4
Wade McElroy

20. Billy Sunday

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3143 W Logan Blvd
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 661-2485
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Beloved Logan Square lair Billy Sunday presents “tell no tails,” inspired by the late-summer-to-late-fall seasonality of passion fruit. Designed by bartender Jeremy Barrett, the drink calls for scotch, aged agricole rhum, ginger amaro, passion fruit, lime juice, and cacao.

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Billy Sunday’s Tell No Tails
Jaysen Goranson

1. Sunda

110 W Illinois St, Chicago, IL 60654
A short clear glass containing a yellow-colored cocktail garnished with a piece of dried pineapple.
Sunda’s Peared Sake
Sunda [Official Photo]

River North’s modern Asian eatery Sunda is celebrating fall with “peared sake.” Beverage director Nahm Kim blends pear vodka with sparkling sake, pineapple juice, ginger syrup, then garnishes the libation with a Saigon cinnamon rim. Says Kim: “Sparkling sake was not a popular drink when Sunda opened in 2009, so creating a sparkling sake cocktail was one way Sunda introduced this sake to their guests.”

110 W Illinois St
Chicago, IL 60654

2. etta

1840 W North Ave, Chicago, IL 60622
A tall clear glass filled with a milky, brown-colored cocktail.
Etta’s Team Builder
etta Sunda [Official Photo]

Over at etta, Wicker Park’s new American number, the bar team has schemed a tiki-inspired fall cocktail that they say, “takes you to the beach in Barbados, while remind[ing] you that your friends back in Chicago are all wearing sweatshirts.” “Team builder” calls for Pimm’s, Jamaican rum, china-china, lime, mango, mint, and a tres leches orgeat syrup that’s flavored with cinnamon and allspice.

1840 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

3. Daisies

2523 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
A coupe glass filled with a orange-yellow cocktail.
Daisies’ Corn Cobbler
Ryan Gorey

There’s perhaps no better way to wrap up summer then by savoring the end of fresh corn season. The bar team at new American restaurant Daisies in Logan Square came up with “corn cobbler.” The drink—served in a coupe glass—incorporates a blend of rums, saffron liqueur, roasted corn, apple cider vinegar, and tarragon.

2523 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

4. Onward Chicago

6580 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60626
A medium-sized glass filled with a red-colored cocktail and a lime garnish.
Apple Pie Butterfly
Onward [Official Photo]

Vicente Romero, cocktail director and assistant general manager at Onward—the new American Rogers Park restaurant from the former owner of now-shuttered, three-Michelin-starred Grace—is responsible for “apple pie butterfly.” This fall-forward tipple embraces the season with apple-cinnamon syrup, rum, Cocchi Americano, lemon juice, and a few drops of absinthe.

6580 N Sheridan Rd
Chicago, IL 60626

5. IO Godfrey Rooftop Lounge

127 W Huron St, Chicago, IL 60654
A siphon coffee maker filled with a yellow liquid and two glasses holding that same yellow liquid.
IO Godfrey’s Godfrey Toddy 
IO Godfrey [Official Photo]

The bar team at River North rooftop lounge I|O Godfrey is experimenting with a slate of ingredient-intensive drinks they’re calling “kitchen cocktails.” One such new libation is the Godfrey Toddy, an infused drink made in a siphon coffee maker. The concoction is composed of whiskey, honey, and water, plus cinnamon sticks, star anise, lemon peel, vanilla bean, clove, lemongrass, and rosemary.

127 W Huron St
Chicago, IL 60654

6. The Delta

1745 W North Ave, Chicago, IL 60622
A rocks glass filled with a yellow drink.
The Delta’s What a Pear
The Delta [Official Photo]

Partner and beverage director Adam Kamin from Wicker Park cocktail bar the Delta is the man behind “what a pear.” He blends the fall fruit with a 10-year-aged pear brandy, vanilla, ginger, lime, and orange bitters.

1745 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

7. The Publican

837 W Fulton Market, Chicago, IL 60607
A short white tea cup holding a yellow-colored drink.
The Publican’s Golden Hour
Isabelle Langheim

Fulton Market gastropub the Publican just this month added “the golden hour” to its drinks lineup. Inspired by autumn and a new saffron spirit on they market, beverage manager Melissa Romanos blends gin, Apologue Saffron Liqueur, Dolin Genepy, chile-cardamom honey, and lemon juice. Says Romanos, “this is perfect for fall because all the spices call for cooler nights, but it’s still refreshing enough for those warmer days.”

837 W Fulton Market
Chicago, IL 60607

8. Dusek's Board & Beer

1227 W 18th St, Chicago, IL 60608
A coupe glass positioned on top of a menu, holding a brown-colored drink topped with egg white foam.
Dusek’s Board and Beer’s Here & There
Dusek’s Board and Beer [Official Photo]

Two weeks ago, beverage director Rob Boyd added “here & there” to Michelin-starred gastropub Dusek’s Board and Beer’s cocktail menu. Likewise inspired by new saffron spirit Apologue Saffron Liqueur, he adds the liqeuor plus mezcal, lime juice, pomegranate-turmeric syrup, mole bitters, and an egg white. Per Boyd, “This cocktail blends the traditional autumnal flavors of home—such as pomegranate, ginger, and golden raisins—with the faraway flavors of mezcal and mole found in Oaxaca.”

1227 W 18th St
Chicago, IL 60608

9. Revival Food Hall

125 S Clark St, Chicago, IL 60603
A clear glass filled with a brown cocktail .
Revival Food Hall’s Manhattan Building
Revival Food Hall [Official Photo]

This month, bartender Clare Murrell introduced a new fall-leaning cocktail to Revival Food Hall’s new bar menu that’s inspired by turn-of-the-century skyscrapers in downtown Chicago. Murell explains that, “the Manhattan Building has a caramel-colored facade and quirky or nutty design features like smiling gargoyles and stylized lettering.” She turned those aesthetics into a Manhattan riff that offers notes of hazelnut, almond, chocolate, and subtle spice. “Manhattan Building” calls for hazelnut-almond butter-infused rye, coffee-infused Cynar, red vermouth, amontillado sherry, and Madeira.

125 S Clark St
Chicago, IL 60603

10. RAISED | An Urban Rooftop Bar

1 W Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL 60601
A hand holding a yellow, triangle-shaped ice pop.
Raised’s Caramel Apple Poptail
Raised [Official Photo]

Earlier this month, bartender Rachel Johnson over at Raised—the American restaurant and rooftop bar overlooking the Chicago River— decided to rethink one of the most classic fall treats: caramel apples. Her “caramel apple poptail” calls for Fratello Hazelnut liqueur, Ramazzotti, apple cider, and honey.

1 W Wacker Dr
Chicago, IL 60601

11. RPM Steak

66 W Kinzie St, Chicago, IL 60654
A silver tray holding assorted spirits and a wine glass filled with a gin and tonic.
“M” Gin & Tonic
Melissa Hom

Perpetually buzzy River North steak spot RPM Steak has a new fall intoxicant on the cocktail list as of this month. Barman Joseph Lapi conceived of this seasonal gin and tonic titled “the M gin & tonic,” and it calls for Monkey 47 gin, apple brandy, riesling, lemongrass, cranberries and Fever-Tree tonic. Says Lapi, “While many gin and tonics call for lime, we use these heartier fall ingredients to help stretch the seasons.”

66 W Kinzie St
Chicago, IL 60654

12. Petterino's

150 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60601
A wine glass containing a brown cocktail.
Petterino’s Harvest Spritz
Petterino’s [Official Photo]

Who says a Spritz can only be sipped in the summer? The Loop Italian haunt Petterino’s believes otherwise. Enter, “the Harvest Spritz,” by bartender Blake Dressel, who explains that his drink contains “a balanced mix of bitter orange amaro, the crisp semi-dry Right Bee Cider and spicy ginger beer.” On the menu as of this month, the cocktail comes in a wine glass filled with ice, garnished with an apple slice and orange peel twist.

150 N Dearborn St
Chicago, IL 60601

13. Osteria Via Stato

620 N State St, Chicago, IL 60654
A rock glass containing a light brown-colored cocktail.
Osteria Via Stato’s Farmer’s Mule
Lindsay Widdel

River North’s Osteria Via Stato is feeling fall via its “farmer’s mule.” Bartender Dan Kurtzman added the drink earlier this month, offering a blend of local pears, cinnamon, vodka, and ginger beer.

620 N State St
Chicago, IL 60654

14. Machine: Engineered Dining & Drink

1846 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622
A Collins glass containing a carrot orange-hued drink with coriander leaves sticking out.
Machine’s Eye Don’t Carrot All
Sophia Mathias

Beverage Director Aneka Saxon at Wicker Park’s American addition Machine drew inspiration from the humble carrot with her new vegetal cocktail, “eye don’t carrot all.” Her anti-pumpkin spice libation calls for carrot, gin, lemon, cumin, turmeric, ginger, red pepper, coriander, orange, and it’s served with a frozen watermelon shard in place of ice cubes. Says Saxon, “the frozen watermelon shard serves to add flavor while also keeping the drink cold without diluting the taste.”

1846 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60622

15. Galit

2429 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614
A red cocktail in a coupe glass.
Galit’s It’s Muhammara
Galit [Official Photo]

Newbie Israeli hotspot Galit in Lincoln Park is leaning into fall via “it’s muhammara” by beverage director Olivia Duncan. Her drink calls for rum, tequila, red bell pepper, caraway, and walnut. Duncan explains, “this drink is a split base of rum and tequila—the spirits play really well with the ... bright fresh pepper and also the comfort spice of caraway with a touch of walnut.”

2429 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

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16. The Violet Hour

1520 N Damen Ave, Chicago, IL 60622
A silver tray positioned by a fire place with a brown drink in a clear glass.
The Violet Hour’s London Fog
One Off Hospitality [Official Photo]

This week, decorated Wicker Park cocktail cabin the Violet Hour introduce “London frog.” To make the drink, bartender Lisa Greene blends vodka, Amaro de Montenegro, Italicus Bergamotto, Earl Grey syrup, lemon juice, and egg white. Lisa Greene says that her libation is “a boozy twist on a London Fog latte—the cocktail drinks like the coffee shop classic, complete with foamy nose, notes of lemon and cold weather bergamot orange.”

1520 N Damen Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

17. Lone Wolf

806 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60607
A small, square, turquoise juice box.
Lone Wolf’s Old Dog New Tricks
Lone Wolf [Official Photo]

“Old dog, new tricks” by general manager Kristina Magro represents Lone Wolf‘s nod to fall. Served in an old-school juice box, the dram involves tequila, sake, Michigan apple cider, lemon juice, and honey.

806 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60607

18. Yūgen Restaurant

652 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60661
A wooden cup with a tea bag sticking out.
Yūgen’s The Boilerman
Yūgen [Official Photo]

Grace replacement Yūgen is offering a sort of Japanese-style toddy. “The boilerman” includes plum whiskey, oolong tea, cinnamon, ginger, black peppercorn, and star anise.

652 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60661

19. Young American

2545 N Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
A beige-colored cocktail in a coupe glass, sitting on a bar.
Young American’s #4
Wade McElroy

Logan Square cocktail bar Young American is mixing the #4 for fall. On the menu as of this month, “the drink is a riff on a Lion’s Tail, with wonderful fall spice from the cinnamon and allspice dram,” explains drink creator Wade McElroy. Think amontillado and fino sherry, bonded bourbon, allspice dram, concord grape grenadine, and lime juice.

2545 N Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

20. Billy Sunday

3143 W Logan Blvd, Chicago, IL 60647
Two wooden glasses that look like wine barrels with ice sticking out.
Billy Sunday’s Tell No Tails
Jaysen Goranson

Beloved Logan Square lair Billy Sunday presents “tell no tails,” inspired by the late-summer-to-late-fall seasonality of passion fruit. Designed by bartender Jeremy Barrett, the drink calls for scotch, aged agricole rhum, ginger amaro, passion fruit, lime juice, and cacao.

3143 W Logan Blvd
Chicago, IL 60647

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