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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Miracle Pop-Up Bar Brings Christmas Cocktails to East 4th Street Next Week

Posted By on Thu, Nov 21, 2019 at 12:25 PM

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA SOCIETY LOUNGE/FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Society Lounge/Facebook
What began as a holiday-themed pop-up cocktail lounge in the midst of a New York City bar's construction six years ago has now spread to dozens of bars around the world this Christmas season. And this year, the Miracle pop-up bar is hitting up a new spot in Cleveland: Society Lounge.

Miracle on 4th Street's beverages — with wintery-themed drink names like a Snowball Old Fashioned (which includes Caramelized Pecan Bourbon, spices and citrus) — will be served Tuesday, Nov. 26, through Dec. 31 at an exceptionally blinged-out Society Lounge.



Last year, the pop-up took over the Spotted Owl in Tremont and offered a tiki extension bar at Porco Lounge in Ohio City. When it opens, Miracle on 4th Street joins a couple other holiday pop-ups in the Cleveland area.

Cincinnati's the Overlook Lodge and Columbus' the Citizen's Trust are the only other pop-up Miracle locations in Ohio.

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