Image: Blake Jones | Miracle Pop-Up
Miracle and Sippin' Santa, two highly-anticipated Christmas-themed pop-up bars, will open seven days a week from November 25 to December 26 in select cities across Canada.
Nov 21, 2019 - EightSix Staff
Ready to get in the holiday spirit? Returning for another year, international Christmas cocktail pop-up bar Miracle and its tiki-themed sister, Sippin' Santa, will start pouring holiday spirit across Canada.
Pairing lots of kitschy holiday decor with delicious, Christmas-themed cocktails designed by professional mixologists, Miracle will celebrate the holidays with over-the-top spirit in Calgary, Kamloops, London, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, and Toronto.
Miracle originated in New York City in 2014, when a partially-built East Village cocktail bar halted its construction in order to transform its space into a Christmas-themed wonderland. Given its massive popularity, other bar owners asked how they could do the same with their establishments and, one year later, Miracle expanded to five locations. In 2016, Miracle went international with pop-ups in Montreal, Paris, and Greece opening to spread the holiday cheer.
Reservations may be accepted for groups of varying size in Miracle's seven Canadian locations.
Sippin' Santa, on the other hand, takes a more Santa-meets-surfboard approach to the holidays with yummy tiki-themed Christmas cocktails. You'll think you're spending Christmas in Hawaii!
Sippin' Santa locations will open in Calgary, Ottawa, and Toronto and are on a first-come, first served basis (no reservations).
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