Drinking

Head to Deep Ellum This Weekend for a Christmas Pop-Up Cocktail Bar

Hide has really decked the halls this year.
Hide has really decked the halls this year. Courtesy Hide
Every year, Miracle throws Christmas-themed pop-up bars in cities all around the world. It started as a pop-up bar in New York City in 2014 but quickly grew into an international annual tradition in the cocktail world, with more than 80 major cities hosting Miracle pop-ups. This year, you'll find all the Christmas spirits you need at Deep Ellum cocktail bar Hide.

Starting today and running through New Year's Eve, Hide will be transformed into a Christmas wonderland with "professionally developed holiday-themed drinks complete with extravagant Christmas décor and nostalgic vibes," according to a press release. "Tens of thousands of Christmas lights, snowman packages and a myriad of other decorations are sure to impart Christmas cheer."

The Miracle menu of cocktails is served at every pop-up worldwide. On deck this year:

Snowball Old Fashioned – Gingerbread bourbon, wormwood bitters, lemon zest
Christmas Carol Barrel – Aged rum, aquavit, amaro, pumpkin pie, demerara syrup, lime, vanilla, angostura bitters
And A Partridge In A Pear Tree – Reposado tequila, pear brandy, mezcal, spiced demerara syrup, lime, egg white, club soda, angostura bitters, cinnamon
click to enlarge Hide's Christmas cocktails are served in custom Miracle glassware that you can buy at the bar. - COURTESY HIDE
Hide's Christmas cocktails are served in custom Miracle glassware that you can buy at the bar.
Courtesy Hide
"All Christmas cocktails will be served in Cocktail Kingdom’s custom Miracle glassware, from mugs to coupes, highballs and rocks glasses," according to the release. "This glassware will be available for purchase at HIDE, with 10 percent of the glassware proceeds benefiting Action Against Hunger — the perfect gift that keeps on giving."

If you're out west in Fort Worth, this year's Miracle in Cowtown is at Proper on Magnolia.

Hide, 2816 Elm St. (Deep Ellum)
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Beth Rankin is an Ohio native and Cicerone-certified beer server who specializes in social media, food and drink, travel and news reporting. Her belief system revolves around the significance of Topo Chico, the refusal to eat crawfish out of season and the importance of local and regional foodways.
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