Montreal To Open All-New "Christmas Theme" Bar Next Week

Eggnog shots and Christmopolitains!
Montreal To Open All-New "Christmas Theme" Bar Next Week

Montreal has more bars for every person than any other place in Canada. Actually we have about 4 times as many bars as Toronto who is in 2nd place, so it's safe to say Montrealers enjoy a little drink now and then.

And there's no shortage of crazy themed bars around the city:


But now, Montreal is opening a new bar, one that's entirely Christmas themed!

Le Miracle Montreal is opening a pop-up bar in the heart of Quartier Latin.

This place will be decked out with bear skins, a fireplace, Christmas lights, Christmas music and TVs that will be playing all your favorite holiday classics.

The bar officially opens on December 1st and last until December 31st

Opening night is already packed full of festivities including welcome cocktails, eggnog, Christmas snacks, Santa Clause and holiday themed cocktails:

Here are some of the drinks you can expect, including Christmopolitains, Vin Chaud shots, and of course, boozy eggnog!

Check out Miracle Montreal's Facebook page for more info.

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