Dining and Drink

Hot sips: 7 warm drinks to wrap your hands around

Winter in Wisconsin is best with a steaming cup in your hands.

Mexican Hot Chocolate
Barrique's hot cocoa could easily be your go-to beverage of winter with a kick of cayenne pepper, vanilla and cinnamon. 2166 Atwood Ave., 1901 Cayuga St., 5957 McKee Road, 1825 Monroe St., 8410 Old Sauk Road, 961 S. Park St., 127 W. Washington Ave.

Milky Way Mocha
The candy bar-inspired creamy drink at Yola's Cafe and Coffee Shop forms its own constellation of caramel, vanilla and chocolate. 494 Commerce Drive

Cocoa Loco
Treat yourself to Moka's Black and White Mocha, made with Ghirardelli chocolate powder and white chocolate syrup. 5227 University Ave., 2910 E. Washington Ave.

Spanish Flair
The Spanish coffee at Opus Lounge will get you hot with a mixture of Grand Marnier and coffee topped with cinnamon, nutmeg and whipped cream.
116 King St.

Spice it Up
Get your mulled wine fix at the Tip Top Tavern. Head bartender Justin Myers is mixing up a tart but belly-warming batch with cinnamon, clove, orange peel and more. 601 North St. 

Horchata Latte
Bassett Street Brunch Club's Horchata Latte is a classic Mexican beverage made with rice milk and cinnamon sweetness with a caffeine boost. 444 W. Johnson St.

Chocolate Monkey Mocha
No monkeys were harmed in the making of Michelangelo's Coffee House's Chocolate Monkey Mocha, a chocolate-and-banana-flavored specialty mocha. 114 State St. 

The Dining Guide

Shopping & Style

E-Newsletter Registration

This Week's Circulars