Chicago’s Best Holiday Pop-up Bars

18 December 2018

‘Tis the season for fun festivities, and the city of Chicago has plenty to choose from. Whether you prefer to discover a new amazing comfort food menu or sip on themed cocktails, here are some of the best holiday pop-up bars and restaurants near 1000M to check out:

Whether you prefer to discover a new amazing comfort food menu or sip on themed cocktails, here are some of the best holiday pop-up bars and restaurants near 1000M to check out.

Miracle at Sable Kitchen & Bar

This time of year, Sable Kitchen & Bar – located at The Kimpton Hotel Palomar Chicago in River North – transformed into a retro-inspired winter wonderland with 10 seasonally-themed cocktails. With festive, throwback decor, Miracle is the perfect place to cheers the upcoming new year. A portion of the proceeds from the pop-up will be donated to Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

 

Happy’s: A Holiday Pop-Up Bar

Situated on the ground floor of the Chicago Athletic Association, Happy’s brings an over-the-top festive experience to Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. Event programming includes karaoke, workshops, live music and more. You can even catch A Charlie Brown Christmas performed live by some of Chicago’s top jazz musicians.

 

BAITA at Eataly

When the weather turns chilly, there’s nothing better than spending a cozy night with a glass of wine and comfort food. Eataly’s seasonal restaurant, BAITA, brings a relaxing Alpine lounge atmosphere to downtown Chicago. Melted raclette cheese and dark chocolate cocoa make for a fantastic night of hygge.

 

Curling & Cocktails at The Gwen Hotel

If you’re willing to brave the cold, make a reservation at the Gwen Terrace to enjoy the luxury hotel’s seasonal curling. Set with fireplaces, fire pits, heat lamps, lounge seating and music, the Gwen sets the scene for a fun winter evening.

 

Need more ideas on how to take advantage of winter in Chicago? We have you covered. Read up on more pop-ups and upcoming festivals on the Seek Beauty blog, and check back for more features on seasonal events.