5 Holiday Cocktails You Have to Try

From a candy cane martini to a cozy campfire-inspired cocktail, these sips add festive flair.


Autograph Brasserie

With an extensive selection of craft cocktails, you can’t go wrong at Autograph Brasserie. For a festive touch, try the Sally Bellini, made with St. Germain, white cranberry and a bit of sparkle.

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503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne.

Avenue Kitchen

Seasonal drinks mix with bar mainstays at this sophisticated Glen Mills spot. For a holiday infused sip, try the Spiced White Russian. Cinnamon vanilla Baileys gives this drink its kick.

509 Wilmington West Chester Pike, Glen Mills.

Black Powder Tavern

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Just in time for the holidays, this historic tavern is rolling out a selection of festive cocktails like the cozy Campfire, made with Sling Glenmorangie, maple syrup and Aztec chocolate bitters.

1164 Valley Forge Road, Wayne.

ChopHouse Grille

This season, Exton’s ChopHouse Grille is featuring a number of festive sips, including a Candy Cane Martini. Made with candy cane-infused and vanilla vodkas, plus peppermint schnapps, it’s like Christmas in a glass.

301 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton.

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The Gables at Chadds Ford

Putting a holiday twist on a year-round favorite, the Gables adds pomegranate liqueur and Cointreau to Prosecco to create the Sparkling Pomegranate Cocktail.

423 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford.


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