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Toronto's Christmas-themed bar is coming back this holiday season

Toronto's pop-up Christmas bar has announced they're making a comeback for 2020 with some holiday cheer, pandemic-style. 

Miracle Toronto, the global franchise of yule-themed pop-ups, is returning for another year of twerking Santas, baubles and booze.

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Miracle Toronto is returning for another year with its Christmas-themed pop-up. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

Unlike last year's version on Ossington, or the inaugural year on Queen Street, Miracle Toronto 2020 will take place at Toronto's outdoor shipping container market, Stackt

It'll take place entirely outside at Stackt's pavilion, so it's recommended you bundle up. Hopefully, the giant hugging bear will make a reappearance. 

Physical distancing will be in full effect, from required masks and digital menus to extra sanitation and maximum group numbers of six.

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One dollar of every drink will go to Nellie's Women's Shelter. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

The Toronto franchise is run by the folks behind Civil Liberties, meaning the menu will undoubtedly comprise of the usual boozy Christmas cocktails. 

Food will come from Stackt pop-up Joybird Fried Chicken and Courage Cookies. As with previous years, one dollar of every drink will be donated to Nellie's Women's Shelter, as will 10 per cent pf the event's new at-home cocktail kits, which you can pre-order online. 

Miracle Toronto runs from Nov. 20 to Dec. 26. 

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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