Photography courtesy of Bread & Butter Public Relations

A Christmas pop-up bar known for its over-the-top decorations is returning to Dallas in a larger space on Lower Greenville.

Miracle will run from Nov. 23-Dec. 31 at 2010 Greenville Ave. The 5,000-square-foot space will be transformed into a wonderland full of holiday lights, tinsel, candy canes and other Christmas kitsch. It will also feature multiple themed rooms from Christmas favorites like “The Grinch” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”

Guests can enjoy 10 cocktails made with holiday flavors that are served in festive mugs and glassware. The Christmas cocktails coming to town include the Bad Santa with mulled red wine, orange liquor and Christmas spices; the Christmas Carol Barrel with tequila, coffee liquor and spiced chocolate; and Christmapolitan with vodka, vermouth, spiced cranberry sauce, lime and rosemary.

The menu also features holiday-themed shots. If you’ve been good this year, try the Nice shot with rum, peppermint tea and chocolate.

Miracle started in New York in 2014 and has expanded to 100 locations worldwide. For the past two years, it has brought the festivities to HIDE in Deep Ellum.

The new space on Lower Greenville will be modified to meet sanitation and social distancing guidelines. All staff must wear masks and submit to daily wellness checks. Contactless or one-time menus will be available for customers.

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