The weater is cold and terrible again. Somehow it's going to be seventy degrees tomorrow, but it will probably get cold and terrible at least once more before we get through this brief, confusing non-hot time. Local oracle the El Arroyo sign reminds us that summer is coming, so embrace the opporunity to enjoy hot booze while you can. Behold an updated hot drink map below.Read More
Hot Drinks for a Cold Weekend, February '14
Pam at The Tigress always has patrons' backs in cold weather. She's serve up rum hot toddies, Irish Coffees, and other warmer-uppers.
This craft-focused 'neighborhood pub' also keeps North Loop warm with their hot drinks. They have a mean hot toddy on the menu at the moment.
Contigo has created an entire toddy menu. They also installed a tent this year, which makes their outdoor-focused restaurant a bit more winter-friendly. The tent has a fire pit, too.
These East Austin craft cocktail specialists have been serving hot drinks like their Scotch 'Em all winter.
East Side Showroom
El Chile reliably serves up hot drinks during chilly weather. Recently they featured a pineapple-habanero toddy.
NO VA Kitchen & Bar
NO VA's bar manger Tacy Rowland has crafted a toddy menu as well, including one offering made with hard-to-find Hendrick's Quinetum gin.
This laid-back East 6th bar not only has lots of indoor seating and a cozy vibe, they also feature several hot drinks made with their house-infused liquors.
This South Congress mainstay offers a hot cider sake, which sounds delicious and/or insane.
The most delightfully-named drink on their cocktail list is undoubtedly the Coffee Draaank. Tonight is the night to drank it.
This new East 7th restaurant has been offering a brandy chai toddy on cold nights.
Spiderhouse serves up a hot and boozy cider in the winter months, and their menu of Austinized comfort favorites is a good bet for tonight as well.
Buzz Mill Coffee
Coffee + one of their house-infused liquors = a winter treat
Halcyon Coffee, Bar & Lounge
Halcyon has plenty of boozy options for warm drinks as well as DIY smores to accompany them.