The “other” spooky spirits of Halloween!

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In the spirit of Halloween, some local San Diego restaurants

are offering some spooky yet tasty cocktails!

Manic Mango

Halloween is a time to celebrate our ghoulish side with adult style treats, in the form of cocktails! Local restaurants are getting into the Halloween spirit and serving up some scary, tasty and beautiful libations to bloodthirsty guests. Enjoy responsibly or you may be left feeling like the ghost of your former self the next day.


Boo Bash 2011

On Monday, October 31, RA Sushi in downtown San Diego will celebrate

Halloween with a ghoulin’ good time at Boo Bash 2011. From 8 p.m. to close,

guests will enjoy a variety of “Potent Potions” such as Grape Ghoulade, Three

Olives Grape Vodka, lychee juice, blue curacao, cranberry and fresh lemon;

Manic Mango, Absolut Mango Vodka mixed with Bols Pumpkin Spice

Schnapps, mango liqueur, orange juice and a splash of soda; and Sinners

Sangria, red wine, mixed with fruit flavor, and a large dose of Satan’s

elixir…sake, for $8 each.

474 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 321-0021

Sinner's Sangria



This sweet concoction is good enough to knock you into the nut house! The

Saltbox has crafted the Mental Ward 10, comprised of high west “bourye”

bourbon, pomegranate, molasses, lime and sugar. Mmm mmm mmm!

1047 Fifth Avenue, San Diego, CA, 92101

(619) 515-3003



For a fun night of rebellion and mischief, start off with The Grant Grill’s

Smashing Pumpkin, as seen on The Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate .

This unique seasonal libation is comprised of pumpkin and star anise infused

rum, Grand Marnier, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram, saffron syrup, cardamom

bitters and fresh meyer lemon. The Smashing Pumpkin is offered all throughout

the holiday season for $12 and 1/2 off every Friday, 10pm-close.

326 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101-4812

(619) 744-2077



This cocktail is good to the bone, literally! The Femur Shot is served in Steer

Femur bones and designed to be sucked out, bone marrow style. The steer femur

bones are clean and boiled, then stuffed with coconut, lime and vodka.

611 5th Ave., San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 233-7327



Awaken the werewolf inside you with this cocktail. The Full Moon is comprised

of Double Cross Vodka, Valrhona white chocolate, vanilla infused pisco, Sal de

Camargue. Intense, perpetual, lethal….

333 5th Ave., San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 906-4850



For the festivities during Halloween weekend, October 27th-31st, Rancho

Bernardo Inn is proudly to serving up the Ghoulish Grog. It will be served in a

Mason jar and garnished with a Glow stick, and made up of Bacardi light rum,

Bacardi gold rum, Bacardi dark rum, Grand Marnier orange liqueur, grapefruit

juice, orange juice and pineapple juice.

17550 Bernardo Oaks Dr., San Diego, CA 92128

(858) 675-8500

Ghoulish Grog

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