Sip on These Fall Drinks in Seattle

From autumnal flavor profiles to warm potions that are sure to thaw your chilly fingers, these seasonal drinks are the perfect way to fuel your fall evening outing in the Seattle area.

Agave Cocina & Tequilas | 100 Republican St., Suite 100 | 206-420-8195

Pumpkin, apple, and a hint of spicy heat. Head to Agave for a fall-themed margarita featuring tequila from the largest selection in Washington State. Then tuck into a hearty Mexican plate and snuggle up full and happy post-dinner.

India Gate | 3080 148th Ave SE, Suite 102 | 425-747-1075

With cinnamon, cardamom, and ginger, chai tea is just a pinch or two away from classic pumpkin pie spice. It’s no wonder the stuff manages to taste festive in blustery weather. Fill your belly with your favorite curry entrees and savory naan bread and you have a full Indian-style comfort food feast.

Petra Cafe | 1933 7th Ave | 206-448-2604

Seattle loves its coffee year-round, but what better way to warm up this season than with an extra-special cup? You’ll find just the thing at Petra Cafe, the Westlake sister shop of the Mediterranean bistro in Belltown. Order a Turkish coffee and enjoy rich, unfiltered flavor served hot in a copper cezve. Get your caffeine fix and take your tastebuds on a Middle Eastern journey.

Shug's Soda Fountain & Ice Cream | 1525 1st Ave | 206-602-6420

Shug’s regularly churns out unique specialty ice cream and float specials you won’t easily find elsewhere, and the limited-time seasonal Pumpkin Ice Cream with Masala Chai Float is no exception. It’s never too chilly out for ice cream -- especially when it’s paired with chai to warm the soul.

Tin Lizzie Lounge | 600 Queen Anne Ave N | ​206-282-7407

Tin Lizzie’s Maplewood Old Fashioned is full-bodied Bulleit whiskey plus fall-ready maple. Add angostura bitters and a hint of citrus courtesy of an orange twist garnish, and your cheeks are sure to stay rosy as you spend an evening filling your cocktail quota in this cozy Queen Anne speakeasy setting.

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