Inman Park To Get Miracle on Highland, a Kitschy Holiday Pop-Up Cocktail Bar

The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at Parish will house the pop-up from Big Citizen (Bon Ton, The Lawrence)

Kitschy holiday pop-up cocktail bar Miracle is returning to Atlanta for the 2018 holiday season.

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It will offer two locations this year, both of which will be open beginning Friday, November 23.

First, Miracle on Monroe will return to the Midtown Promenade restaurant Tapa Tapa adjacent to Piedmont Park, at 931 Monroe Dr. NE, Suite C-106.

A second, new location called Miracle on Highland, will pop-up along the Beltline in Inman Park at The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at Parish, at 240 North Highland Ave. NE.

Buckhead will not get a Miracle this year as previously announced.

“The past two years have had such an amazing response, we had to keep spreading holiday cheer with a new location,” Eric Simpkins, co-founder of Big Citizen, the parent company behind Miracle in Atlanta, said in a press release Tuesday.

“There is something about creating new memories in a place so nostalgic. We already knew Atlanta loved Christmas, and we’re excited and honored to be a part of their new traditions.”

Miracle on Monroe will focus on its core experience of “good drinks, good company, and good tidings to you” Wednesday through Sunday, with a few “fun holiday surprises” sprinkled throughout.

Monday and Tuesday nights will be closed to the public for private events.

“Because the pop-up is more popular than Santa on Christmas Eve, there will be no more waitlist at Miracle on Monroe,” according to the press release.

“Guests will be let in on a first come, first serve basis. So, much like being the oldest cousin in a family of 12, expect to wait in line for gifts (or drinks – ba humbug). Miracle on Monroe will close up shop at Midnight on Christmas Eve.”

New this year, Miracle on Highland will share the same regular hours Wednesday through Sunday as Miracle on Monroe, and will be closed Monday and Tuesday to allow for private parties.

The Beltline location will offer holiday-themed services through Parish’s regular café hours.

Guests can expect holiday cookies, treats, hot chocolate and cider, and well as special non-alcoholic beverages.

Miracle merchandise, including Santa mugs, will be for sale exclusively in the café.

Holiday-themed brunches will make an appearance every Saturday and Sunday with an exclusive daytime cocktail menu.

Miracle on Highland will take a break at midnight on Christmas Eve but will reopen for an extended run the weekend after Christmas.

The new location will also be selling tickets for a New Year’s Eve party (details to be announced soon.)

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Caleb J. Spivak

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Caleb J. Spivak

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