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Tin Widow cocktail lounge will transform into a Miracle on 2nd Street in Walker's Point.

Opening date announced for Miracle pop-up bar at Tin Widow

OnMilwaukee reported in July that The Miracle on 2nd Street pop-up cocktail bar would return to Tin Widow for a second holiday season, but now the opening date has been announced. The Christmas-and-cocktails wonderland will kick off on Friday, Nov. 29 and run until the New Year.

Started in New York in 2014 and now in 100 locations, the Miracle Christmas pop-up concept will decorate the Walker's Point lounge with Christmas lights, Christmas ornaments galore, classic Christmas music and all-around the kitschiest of holiday cheer.

Oh, and the drinks! The menu will include returning favorites like the Snowball Old Fashioned – made with caramelized pecan bourbon, spiced molasses syrup and wormwood bitters – and the tropical "Die Hard" tribute Yippie Ki Yay Mother F****r!.

Here's the full drink menu:


Christmapolitan: Vodka, Elderflower, Dry Vermouth, Spiced Cranberry Sauce, Lime, Rosemary, Absinthe Mist
Koala-La La La, La La La La: Gin, Pine tea Cordial, Grapefruit Oleo, Eucalyptus bitters
Snowball Old Fashioned: Caramelized Pecan Bourbon, Spiced Molasses Syrup, Wormwood Bitters
Run Run Rudolph: Prosecco, Gin, Mulled Wine Puree, Lemon, Cane Syrup
Bad Santa: Rum, Batavia Arrack, Black Chai Tea, Date infused Oat Milk, Vanilla Syrup (served hot)
Christmas Carol Barrel: Blanco Tequila, Coffee Liqueur, Coco nib infused Orange & Cognac liqueur, Iced Hot Chocolate, Mexican Spices
Gingerbread Flip: Rye Whiskey, Gingerbread Syrup, Tiki Bitters, Whole Egg, Ginger snap cookie crumbs
Yippie Ki Yay Mother F****r!: Barbados Rum, Cachaça, Trinidad Overproof Rum, Purple Yam & Coconut Orgeat, Pineapple
Jingle Balls Nog: Brown Butter and cinnamon Fat-Washed Cognac, Amontillado Sherry, Almond Milk, Cream, Sugar, Egg, Vanilla, Nutmeg


Nice Shot: Rum, Peppermint Tea, Chocolate
Naughty Shot: Bourbon, Cinnamon


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