This Christmas season, immerse yourself completely in the holiday spirit at the world-famous Miracle Pop-up bars that are now open in New Orleans.
Photo Credits: IMDB/ Miracle Pop-Up
Christmas is almost here which means its time to whip out your best festive outfits and your most ugly Christmas sweaters and hit all the Christmas-themed pop-up bars.
Especially this pop-up bar that has blended all the elements of Christmas into a perfect set up in New Orleans, that is the first of its kind here. It is the Home Alone themed pop-up bar that has all that you would expect. The world-renown Miracle Christmas Pop-up bar is taking over New Orleans till the end of December. They are here and are bringing their seasonal drinks with them to give you a merry, boozy Christmas! As reported by Narcity.
Miracle Bar is now open at two locations in New Orleans, at Barrel Proof and Longway Tavern. These two locations are decked out for Christmas and also looks like time has stopped in the 60s and 70s here.
The decor is vintage with the plaid aesthetic of your dreams. It is where you need to be for all your photo goals to be fulfilled. Both these locations are holding what they're calling the world's biggest "Ugly Sweater Party" on December 2.
Longway Tavern is even conducting a Santa's Workshop where you will get to do shots alongside Santa's elves, while Barrel Proof has a naughty list that you can add your name to. You can even find and take pictures with the iconic dialogue from the Home Alone movie "Keep the change ya filthy animal!" at Barrel Proof.
The pop-up bars come with professionally-developed cocktails that are holiday-inspired with punny names that are sure to add more to the festive charm. If you want to be a part of this fun all you have to do is show up at these locations.
No reservations required. Barrel Proof is open from 4 pm to close, daily while Longway Tavern is open from 4 pm to close on weekdays and from 10 am to close over the weekends. Miracle promises to get even the grouchiest grinch in the holiday spirit at their pop-ups so be there this Christmas season for experiencing "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year."
Miracle was conceptualized in 2014 by Greg Boehm after being advised by his mother to stop the construction of what would have been a bar called Mace in East Village and convert it into a pop-up with extravagant Christmas decor that serves holiday-themed cocktails.
As this concept became a hit, other bar owners approached Boehm to help them recreate this holiday magic at their bars. And by 2016, Miracle went international and expanded to Greece, Montreal, and Paris.