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This is one holiday experience you won't want to miss.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
December 6, 2017

That "Game of Thrones"-themed bar in Washington, D.C. has nothing on Austin's latest pop-up watering hole: Miracle on 5th Street. Housed in The Eleanor event space at 307 W 5th Street, it's definitely a great reason to plan a trip to Texas' capital city.

To please your palate, expect cocktails like the "Run Run Rudolph," a spiked, spicy iced-hot chocolate. Or maybe you'd like the "Snowball Old Fashioned," a boozy blend of bourbon, gingerbread syrup, bitters and piquant lemon zest. Food is also available.

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Per Miracle on 5th Street, "Guests are encouraged to come wearing ugly sweaters, plaid pajamas/onesies, Santa hats, and anything else your joyful little heart desires." To celebrate the spirit of giving, there will be collection boxes for Toys for Tots, Caritas of Austin, and Austin Pets Alive. Additionally, a portion of all collected tips will go to the Austin Children's Shelter. 

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The decked out pop-up will stay open from 6:00pm to 2:00am almost nightly through New Year's Eve. As some evenings are reserved for private parties, you can check here for the full schedule. The "Miracle" brand pop-up idea originated in New York City and has since expanded to 55 locations around the globe. Here's to hoping you bump into Santa.