Freaky Tiki Cocktails For Halloween At Last Rites In San Francisco

Halloween is around the corner, which means it’s time for sipping spooky cocktails. At Last Rites, a Polynesian Noir adventure bar, get lost in the narrative of a doomed plane crash in a savage jungle perfect for Halloween scares. The bar itself is made from an airplane fuselage while the arm rests at the bar stools made from actual airplane seats

Drink next to tall stone idols in dark corners shadowed by banyan tree roots, foliage, and parachute fabric that envelopes the ceiling, and walls that flicker with small lanterns. At the bar, pick your poison sitting in real vintage airplane seats under an airplane fuselage bar back while ominous skull heads line the shelves.

Images: Ashley Batz

Take your pick of eerie libations from the Last Rites cocktail menu, which features smoke, fire, and playful names that get guests in the spooky spirit, like the Zombie Killer ( made with a um blend, lime, coconut, pineapple, grapefruit, falernum, and absinthe or the Cannibal King made with gin, brandy, sherry, beet, ginger, pineapple, lemon and Thai chili.

Lovers Quarrel cocktail

Served under flames in a coconut shell is the Lovers Quarrel made with whiskey, rum blend, grapefruit, lime, passion fruit shrub and coconut and the large format Scorpion Bowl made with rum, brandy, lemon, orange juice, sparkling wine and cashew orgeat. Perfect for sharing and haunting the table, the Half-Way Tree (featured image, above) is made with a house blend of rum and fortified wines and is served up in a skull head.

As a part of Last Rites seasonal beer program, brew lovers can try out the  “The Devils Limeade” Pale Ale from Brewtality Beers. Imbibe if you dare.

Last Rites details

718 14th St., San Francisco,, @lastrites_sf

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