Halloween is just around the corner and Miami’s bars are gearing up for the big day with ghoulish cocktails. You may be too old for trick-or-treating, but you can definitely indulge in one of these macabre libations. Pick your poison with these BOO-zy Halloween cocktails made for spooking sipping.

Lollipop Brew at Sugar Factory

Sugar Factory on Ocean Drive has not one, but three drinks rolling out for Halloween. Although the Toxic Zombie and Monster Mash are tempting, we’re ordering the over-the-top Lollipop Brew. The sugary cocktail comes in a treat-filled goblet filled with coconut rum, cantaloupe, melon, and fresh pineapple juice with a splash of grenadine. The cocktail is swimming with gummy brains, spiders, and snakes towering over unicorn pops wrapped in a candy necklace. All the added sugar is more than worth it. 1144 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach

Bloody Mojito at Havana 1957

The “Cathedral of Cuban Mojitos” gets in the spooky spirit with their seasonal Bloody Mojito. The cocktail is a mixture of red rum, fresh mint, sugar, and lime, topped with a syringe of fruity refreshment. The Cuban Bloody Mary is also delicious, with salt and pepper, tomato juice, hot sauce, and El Dorado 3 rum. Havana 1957 has a few SoBe locations to choose from, but we love the Ocean Drive spot. Adjacent to Lummus Park, the restaurant is only a short walk from WPH. 1410 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach

Haunted Past at Faena Theater

You need to have a ticket to the freakishly fabulous Disco Inferno at Faena Theater to try this cocktail. The Halloween night celebration at The Living Room will feature danceable disco classics, pop anthems, and Latin hits while costumed mixologists pour devilish craft cocktails. We look forward to sipping the Haunted Past, an intoxicating blend of Vida Mezcal and Pernod Absinthe with a dash of St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Angostura bitters, garnished with a sprig of burnt rosemary. 3201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

Calabaza Smash at Toro Toro

The Pan-Latin steakhouse and bar in Downtown is serving their signature seasonal cocktail through fall. The Calabaza Smash is shaken with Starbucks pumpkin spice syrup, Tito's vodka, ginger, lime, and cream and served in a glass with a crushed-graham-cracker rim. Starbucks pumpkin spice with a kick? Yes, please. 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami

Blood & Fire at HalloWYN

Wynwood’s annual Halloween block party will feature The Dragon’s Den Lounge serving up their signature cocktail of the night. Blood & Fire is made with a double shot of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey, peach nectar, and Tropical Red Bull. Reserve your free Fireball Whiskey shot online, now. 2250 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL

That’s not all! These creepy cocktails were a hit in Halloweens past and we hope they'll shake things up again this year:

  • Smoke & Fire at Boulud Sud Miami

  • Pumpkin Spice Smash at Meat Market

  • Love Potion at Cantina La Veinte

  • Smoke & Mirrors at Forte dei Marmi

  • Cotton Candy Mimosa and infused gummy bear shots at Nikki Beach

  • Ron Barceló’s The Storm is Coming at Nautilus Cabana Club

  • The Great Pumpkin at No. 3 Social

  • The Dark Side at Tacology

  • Kabocha at Tanuki

  • Smashing Pumpkins at Seaspice

  • Diablo Margarita at La Cerveceria de Barrio 

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