Forget the costumes and candy. The best part of Halloween is the cocktails! We are bewitched by the take on a cosmopolitan that Sullivan’s Steakhouse is serving in honor of this scary season.
The restaurant’s King of Prussia location will be mixing up its Spookytini this week to keep the mood fun and festive. The passion fruit concoction, made with dry ice, is the perfect cocktail for these frightfully fun days.
Other cocktails to enjoy at Sullivan’s include the Red Over Heels Martini, with SKYY raspberry vodka, Chambord and house-made lemon sour, rimmed with raspberry sugar; The Knockout (Sullivan’s signature martini), with Svedka clementine vodka infused with fresh Hawaiian Gold pineapples; and the Red Pepper Collins, with Absolut vodka or Beefeater gin, muddled red bell pepper, house-made lemon sour and a splash of club soda.
Party people, take note: Sullivan’s will be hosting its fourth annual Spookytini Party on Thursday, Oct. 30. Starting at 6 p.m., the restaurant will be featuring $7 martinis and a $7 bar menu. Costumes are optional.
Curious about the ingredients in the Spookytini? We’ve got the secret recipe right here. Whip yourself up one at home:
Recipe: Sullivan’s Spookytini
â—1½ oz. SKYY passion fruit vodka
â—¾ oz. Bols Orange Curacao
â—1½ oz. cranberry juice
â—½ oz. simple syrup
â—1 lime wedge squeezed
â—1 lemon wedge squeezed
â—Splash of orange juice
Shake all of the above ingredients together and serve in a martini glass.
Find Sullivan’s Steakhouse of King of Prussia at 700 W. Dekalb Pike; phone: (610) 878-9025.