Miracle, a Christmas-themed cocktail bar, is popping up in Detroit

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PHOTO VIA FACEBOOK, MIRACLE AT THE SKIP
  • Photo via Facebook, Miracle at the Skip
Detroit's alleyway bar, The Skip, has undergone a Christmas transformation. From now until Dec. 24, it'll be known as Miracle, and it's offering all things Yule.

The pop-up concept is one that was born in New York City in 2014, but it has since expanded to 50 cities across the U.S. This is the first year Detroiters will be able to enjoy it.



Freep reports that cocktails are all $12 and have titles like Bad Santa (a hot drink made with mulled red wine, tawny port, and orange liqueur and served in a Santa mug), Snowball Old Fashioned (gingerbread bourbon with a ball of ice), and You'll Shoot Your Eye Out (pumpkin-spiced rye whiskey, Budweiser-marshmallow syrup, and egg).

The bar's also decked out in multi-colored Christmas lights, and evergreen branches. It looks pretty cozy.



The bar will be open from 4 p.m. to midnight everyday until Christmas Eve. Miracle at the Skip is located at 1234 Library St., Detroit.

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