Whether it's a birthday party or just a Friday night, when the evening calls for sharing a cocktail with friends, these Chicago restaurants and bars have you covered. From a punch that serves your 20 closest friends on a hot rooftop bar to smoothies built for two, try these extra large options the next time you're out.
All of Punch House's classic and contemporary punches are available in single servings for $8, carafes for $32, and bowls for $59. Enjoy their classic gin punch or try something new with their summery Dusek's Punch #5, filled with 5 Rabbit Paletas and rum.
Served in a glass skull, The Warlock, $45, is filled with a potent mixture of reposado, gin, Scotch and port.
The Stretch serves all their drinks, from a Moscow mule to a take on a root beer float, in mason jars. The biggest checks in at 128 ounces and goes for $48-$50.
The tiki bar goes all out with large format drinks. The Aku Aku Lapu is made with rum and mezcal and serves two, while the biggest is the over-the-top $385 Treasure Chest, which serves eight and fills a treasure chest with rums, fruit and a bottle of Dom.
Yusho's kaiju smoothies serve two to four people and flavors rotate throughout the summer. They're yogurt-based (so they're good for you, right?) and spirits include sake, rum and makgeolli.