ST. LOUIS — Four St. Louis restaurants are now offering Halloween-themed cocktails and mocktails.
Soda Fountain, Train Shed, Three Sixty, Westport Social and Halloween pop-up Corpse Reviver have designed drinks specifically for the spooky season.
Corpse Reviver, a Halloween pop-up that first debuted last year, is back this year with a new take on cocktails. They’re offered in-house at Yellowbelly or a six-pack of cocktails can be picked up to sip on at home.
Corpse Reviver’s cocktails are described as “creepy and tiki delights”, including the Blood Bath, Ghost Malone and even a Pumpkin Frappe. The six-pack of cocktails includes themed cups and ingredients to finish off each of the cocktails at home. A portion of the sales will be donated to the ACLU of Missouri.
Retro-style diner Soda Fountain is offering its Halloween Freak Shake in a take-home mug in the shape of a crystal skull. The shake is made with Clementine Creamery’s Orange Ghoulius ice cream, chocolate drizzle, house-made whipped cream and assorted Halloween candies.
The restaurant opens at 11 a.m. daily.
Train Shed, a gastropub at Union Station, is offering a special Screamsicle Float through Halloween. The float also features ice cream from Clementine’s – the black sesame flavor – toasted coconut gelato, orange soda, house-made whipped cream and topped with a tiny pitchfork.
The restaurant opens daily at 11 a.m. for lunch and dinner.
Three Sixty, a bar located on the 26th floor of the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, opens at 4 p.m. and has crafted a variety of creepy drinks including “How to Kill a Zombie” and “Bloody Corpse Reviver."
And at Westport Social, a frozen pumpkin spiced white Russian will be served along with a black widow. Free games, including hoops, shuffleboard ping pong and darts will be available for guests as well.
The restaurant opens at 11 a.m. on Saturdays and at 4 p.m. Sunday-Friday.
Photos: St. Louis restaurants serve up Halloween cocktails
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