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The boozy eggnog at Honey Moon.
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Where to Enjoy Creamy Eggnog Cocktails in Austin

Eggy drinks with rum, whiskey, or cognac

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The boozy eggnog at Honey Moon.
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’Tis the season for the holiday spirit in a very literal way: Rich, creamy eggnog. Originally made with rum to kill harmful bacteria and prevent spoilage, today’s eggnog is generally made with cream, spices, a variety of booze, and (for the good stuff) actual eggs. Understandably served in small quantities, eggnog is a go-to for tree decorating, warming up by the fire, or all-around good cheer. And fortunately for Austinites (who occasionally endure 80-degree days in December), it’s served chilled. Find the creamy boozy beverage in Austin from bars like Lala’s, Kitty Cohen’s, and Revelry.

For more seasonal drinks, there are maps to the best holiday cocktail bar pop-ups, hot cocktails, holiday cocktails, and hot chocolates. Likewise, there are guides to the best holiday experiences (with food and drink) in the city, as well as Christmas dine-in, takeout, and takeout desserts.

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Lala's Little Nugget

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The Crestview Christmas-all-year-round bar offers what it calls its Grandma’s Boozy Eggnog, made with a “secret recipe.” There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Revelry on the Boulevard

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The Highland bar and restaurant’s holiday cocktail menu includes the coquito, a Puerto Rican eggnog, with booze. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Honey Moon Spirit Lounge

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The Heritage New American lounge’s holiday lineup includes its boozy house eggnog. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Miracle on Fifth Street

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Of course, this holiday pop-up at the downtown bar eggnog. The Jingle Ball Nog has a booze base of brandy and cream sherry, plus almond milk, eggs, cream, vanilla, and a nutmeg topping. Advanced tickets are recommended. There are indoor dine-in services.

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The boozy eggnog at Miracle on Fifth.
Miracle on Fifth

Kitty Cohen's

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For something different, the East Austin bar is offering a frozen eggnog, aka the fronog. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Lala's Little Nugget

The Crestview Christmas-all-year-round bar offers what it calls its Grandma’s Boozy Eggnog, made with a “secret recipe.” There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Revelry on the Boulevard

The Highland bar and restaurant’s holiday cocktail menu includes the coquito, a Puerto Rican eggnog, with booze. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Honey Moon Spirit Lounge

The Heritage New American lounge’s holiday lineup includes its boozy house eggnog. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Miracle on Fifth Street

Of course, this holiday pop-up at the downtown bar eggnog. The Jingle Ball Nog has a booze base of brandy and cream sherry, plus almond milk, eggs, cream, vanilla, and a nutmeg topping. Advanced tickets are recommended. There are indoor dine-in services.

A frothy beverage in a white mug with the words Nog visible.
The boozy eggnog at Miracle on Fifth.
Miracle on Fifth

Kitty Cohen's

For something different, the East Austin bar is offering a frozen eggnog, aka the fronog. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

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