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Kitschy Christmas cocktail pop-up comes to Death or Glory bar in Delray Beach


New York’s “Miracle” holiday cocktail pop-up is coming to Delray Beach this season. The annual Christmas-themed bar concept lands at the popular Death or Glory bar Friday. 

Miracle brings with it a slew of sips – ten cheeky cocktails and two festive shots – with names like Bad Santa, Muletide and How the Gimlet Stole Christmas. And the shots? One is Naughty, the other is Nice.  

Miracle is the brainchild of bar industry notable Greg Boehm, founder of Cocktail Kingdom online store. What began in 2014 as the kitschy “Miracle on Ninth Street” pop-up in Manhattan’s East Village has expanded into a brand now hosted in 55 locations across the country and in a few spots abroad.  

What this means for Delray’s cocktailing denizens is a chance to quaff vintage-inspired drinks like the Run Run Rudolph (blanco tequila, coffee liqueur, iced hot chocolate, Mexican spices) and the Christmopolitan (vodka, elderflower, dry vermouth, spiced cranberry sauce, rosemary, lime absinthe mist) in festive glasses.  

Death or Glory is Miracle’s only South Florida location. The cocktail pop-up runs through New Year’s Eve.  

Death or Glory: 116 NE 6th Ave., Delray Beach; 561-808-8814


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