As the leaves fall and the weather cools, D.C. bars have been rolling out comforting cocktails engineered to warm up guests. The drinks below are worth a taste because they’re new, they’re presented creatively, or they celebrate fall flavors by packing in ingredients like pumpkin puree or dehydrated fruits and cinnamon.

For our guide to D.C.’s hottest new bars, check out this list.

1. No Holier Temple at Jug & Table

2446 18th St NW 1st floor
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 232-7663

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Adams Morgan’s resident wine bar has a wine-forward cocktail for the fall. It’s made with Humbolt Redwood Rye, moscato, and Reagan’s orange bitters ($13). A staff favorite also just joined the lineup: a $6 “Teeny Tini” shot-sized martini made with Civic Vodka or Brooklyn Gin and Oscar 687 Vermouth.

No Holier Temple at Jug & Table
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2. Bonfires, Uggs, and Flannels at Jack Rose Dining Saloon

2007 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 588-7388

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This destination whiskey bar also knows how to work with vodka. This seasonal elixir comes with Lapsang Souchong Belvedere, amaro montenegro, arbol chile, orange, lemon, whey, and firewater bitters ($14).

Bonfires, Uggs, and Flannels at Jack Rose Dining Saloon
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3. Tall, Dark and Frothy at Service Bar DC

926-928 U St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 462-7232

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The postage stamp-sized bar in Shaw that just turned 3 perks up regulars with a cold concoction of coffee, coconut, Brugal XV rum, armagnac, and bitters ($15).

Tall, Dark and Frothy at Service Bar DC
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4. Pumpkin Spice at El Techo

606 Florida Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 836-4270

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Shaw’s newly enclosed rooftop respite warms up guests with a hot mug of fresh pumpkin puree, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, cardamom, and cream, all spiked with tequila or mezcal ($12).

Pumpkin Spice at El Techo
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