Texas Live! Celebrates the Holiday Spirit with Miracle Pop-up Bar
By Texas Live!
Posted on November 21, 2022, November 21, 2022

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Arlington’s premier entertainment destination - will help visitors get into the holiday spirit with the addition of Miracle at Live!, a holiday pop-up bar. Featuring over-the-top décor and plenty of holiday-themed drinks, Miracle at Live! will be open daily from 5 p.m. until midnight from Nov. 25 until Dec. 24.

Guests can choose from a variety of festive, holiday-themed cocktails, including the Snowball Old Fashioned, the Christmapolitan and Santa’s Little Helper. Drinks are served in themed mugs and glassware, which are available for purchase. A portion of the proceeds from retail sales will benefit the Seva Foundation, a global nonprofit eye-care organization dedicated to preserving and restoring sight for underserved communities around the world. 

Throughout the season, Miracle at Live! will host festive themed nights – including boozy cookie decorating classes, ugly sweater parties, holiday karaoke, and more.

Guests will be able to make reservations beginning early November or can walk in for drinks and socializing. To join the priority waitlist for reservations at the Miracle at Live!, guests can sign up at here. Information about hosting a private event can be found here

“Texas Live! prides itself on providing memorable dining and entertainment experiences to residents of and visitors to Arlington,” said Texas Live! COO Jim Watry. “By partnering with a premier holiday-themed concept like Miracle, we can offer a unique holiday-themed experience that will certainly put guests in the right holiday spirit.”

The Miracle pop-up-bar concept began in 2014, when founder Greg Boehm decided to transform his New York City-based bar Mace into a holiday-themed destination to celebrate the season. The idea spread as Boehm’s like-minded friends adopted the theme at their own bars in other cities. Today, the concept has grown to include more than 200 participating locations in more than 100 cities across the country.

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