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Where to Enjoy Creamy Eggnog Cocktails in Austin

Eggy drinks with rum, whiskey, or cognac

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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 Originally made with rum to kill harmful bacteria and prevent spoilage, today’s eggnog is generally made with cream, spices, a variety of booze, and (for the good stuff)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, Revelry, and Kitty Cohen’s.

For more seasonal drinks, there are maps to the best holiday cocktail bar pop-ups, hot cocktails, and hot chocolates. Likewise, there are guides to Christmas dine-in spots, takeout and preorders, and desserts.

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District Kitchen

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Both locations of the New American restaurant, this up in Allandale and the other down in South Austin, are offering a horchata eggnog. The boozy cocktail comes with bourbon and brandy. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

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.

Drink.Well

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The North Loop bar’s lauded boozy eggnog is back. There are to-go bottles, one a spiced-rum base and the other anejo tequila-sherry. To-go orders can be placed online with pickups through Saturday, December 23.

The new downtown bar is embracing the holiday vibes with a boozy eggnog. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Small Victory

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The downtown cocktail bar’s offering boozy aged eggnogs. There are indoor dine-in areas.

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

Bill's Oyster

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The new downtown seafood restaurant is offering a first-time holiday cocktail menu, which includes the Clark Griswold, a boozy blended eggnog. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

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.

Keepers

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The South Austin seafood restaurant from District is offering a Zombie cocktail version of eggnog. The result is the Nog of the Living Dead, made with rums, Licor 43, and fernet. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Armadillo Den

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The far south Austin patio bar’s seasonal cocktail menu includes a boozy eggnog available only during December. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in areas.

District Kitchen

Both locations of the New American restaurant, this up in Allandale and the other down in South Austin, are offering a horchata eggnog. The boozy cocktail comes with bourbon and brandy. 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.

Drink.Well

The North Loop bar’s lauded boozy eggnog is back. There are to-go bottles, one a spiced-rum base and the other anejo tequila-sherry. To-go orders can be placed online with pickups through Saturday, December 23.

Saturn

The new downtown bar is embracing the holiday vibes with a boozy eggnog. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Small Victory

The downtown cocktail bar’s offering boozy aged eggnogs. There are indoor dine-in areas.

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

Bill's Oyster

The new downtown seafood restaurant is offering a first-time holiday cocktail menu, which includes the Clark Griswold, a boozy blended eggnog. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

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.

Keepers

The South Austin seafood restaurant from District is offering a Zombie cocktail version of eggnog. The result is the Nog of the Living Dead, made with rums, Licor 43, and fernet. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

Armadillo Den

The far south Austin patio bar’s seasonal cocktail menu includes a boozy eggnog available only during December. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in areas.

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