It’s back and merrier than ever! Drink Company’s Christmas pop-up bar, Miracle on 7th Street, returns to DC for its third year on November 24.
From the company that brought us the Game of Thrones pop-up and Pub Dread, this year’s Christmas bar will feature five winter scenes, and will be outfitted with a working toy train, a massive Christmas tree, a Gingerbread House full of sweet treats, and more.
Guests will be able to pose for photos in a 1800s-dated sleigh and enjoy cocktails such as the I Sleigh, All Day and the Whobilation. One cocktail, in particular, the Elf’s Breakfast is meant as a throwback to Senior Bar Manager Paul Taylor’s childhood.
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“As a child on Christmas morning, I'd eat a huge bowl of cereal to get the energy I needed to to unwrap all the presents. So, we created a cocktail that reminded us of that--with a little help from Elf, of course--using cinnamon toast crunch, maple syrup and spaghetti (the candy kind),” said Taylor.
Other cocktails, such as the Snow Angels, Ice skating, and Cookie Dough, invoke the sweetness of Christmas with cookie dough infused vodka, coffee liqueur, creme de cacao, and more. Most drinks are $14.
Don’t celebrate Christmas? Don’t worry, there’s fun for you as well. Similar to last year’s “Hanukkah Hangout,” this year’s bar will feature a “Chinese Food and Movie” room full of takeout containers, local Chinese food menus, fortune cookies, Chinese lanterns and a giant Menorah.
The bar will be open from Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 12:30 a.m and until 1:30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. On Saturdays and Sundays, the bar will open at 1 p.m. Miracle on 7th Street will end on December 31.