The holiday season is filled with love, joy, and charity — and you can find it all at this year’s Miracle on 7th Street, debuting tomorrow at 5 p.m. Marking the fifth year, Drink Company is hosting its Miracle on 7th Street pop-up bar with all of its usual over-the-top decorations and exception cocktails. In…

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Miracle on 7th Street returns to celebrate the holiday season with teddy bears, dreidels, and baseballs

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The holiday season is filled with love, joy, and charity — and you can find it all at this year’s Miracle on 7th Street, debuting tomorrow at 5 p.m.

Marking the fifth year, Drink Company is hosting its Miracle on 7th Street pop-up bar with all of its usual over-the-top decorations and exception cocktails. In addition, it is celebrating two American classics: teddy bears and baseball.

“While you can always expect us to feature the most decked hall in D.C.,” says Drink Company’s special projects manager Adriana Salame-Aspiazu, “this year we’re also honoring the classic American teddy bear and our beloved Hanukkah concept, Chinese and a movie, with spinning dreidels, menu light up boards, and a giant menorah.  The real home run, however, is bringing in the Nationals.  We’ll celebrate our hometown heroes in a candy cane baseball wonderland.” Of course, along with baseballs and candy canes, you can expect a shark or two in homage to the team’s rally theme song, Baby Shark.

The cocktails at this year’s Miracle on 7th Street will feature many of its most popular pours from its previous appearances as well as its signature Nog Shots, a shot of homemade eggnog.

“We’ve drawn from some of our favorites such as the Gretchen, Stop Trying to Make Fetch Happen (Sherry, Dry Curacao, Spiced Cranberry Syrup, Cava) and created some new drinks such as Son of a Nutcracker (Cognac, Brandy de Jerez, Creme de Cacao, Creme de Menthe, Cream),” says Drink Company’s cocktail creator Paul Taylor, “All the drinks convey the season, festivity, and personalities of the bars—there’s something for everyone.”

The crowning moment of Miracle on 7th will be Monday, Dec. 23, or Christmas Eve Eve, when it features a special night to support the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation. Guests can skip the line by purchasing special advance tickets with all sales benefiting the foundation.

Located at 1843 7th St. NW in Washington, D.C., Miracle on 7th will be open ever evening from Friday, Nov. 22, through Tuesday, Dec. 31.

Troy Petenbrink

Troy, also known as The Gay Traveler, is a well known travel and food writer. His has been a regular contributor to a variety of outlets including National Geographic, Travel Channel, DCRefined, CBS Local, and Metro Weekly. He also appears on local Washington news outlets as a travel expert.

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