Kansas City's Holiday Pop-Up Bars
‘Tis the season to gather with family and friends for celebrations of all kinds, and Kansas City offers no shortage of merry meeting spaces that are perfect for time together. This holiday season, cozy up with a warm drink and good company at these limited-time destinations for handcrafted drinks and holiday cheer.
MIRACLE AT ROCKHILL
Nov. 29 to Dec. 28
Last year’s blockbuster pop-up is decking the halls of Rockhill Grille once again, all the way down to a Christmas tree in every last corner. Miracle at Rockhill’s downright delightful menu of drinks means you’ll want to spend plenty of snowy nights tucked away in the venue’s inviting glow.
MIRACLE ON THE PLAZA
Nov. 28 to Dec. 31
This year, Miracle is spreading its trademark cheer to one of Kansas City’s most iconic seasonal destinations. You’ll be so charmed as you sip local spirits beneath the lights of the Country Club Plaza, it’ll quickly become a new holiday tradition. (Plus, table reservations are now available at both of Miracle’s locations, so it’s easy to plan ahead and avoid the lines upon arrival.)
SIPPIN' SANTA AT JULEP
Nov. 25 to Dec. 31
Spend the season on island time at Julep’s tiki-infused hideaway. With no reservations and no cover charge, swing by whenever you’re ready for a little merrymaking—and with partial proceeds going to local nonprofit Noah’s Bandage Project, you’ll be making everyone’s holiday season a little brighter.
THE TOY SHOP AT CROSSROADS HOTEL
Nov. 29 to Dec. 28
The Crossroads Hotel’s ever-changing art space takes on an entirely new look for the holiday season. If the Toy Shop’s towering collection of whimsical vintage toys isn’t enough to warm your heart, a cup of eggnog or Christopher Elbow hot chocolate is sure to do the trick.
BETTER WATCH OUT BAR
Select dates Nov. 27 to Dec. 31
Secure your spot on the naughty list at this North Kansas City destination designed to inspire a bit of rowdy revelry. With cocktails by mixologists at a selection of NKC hotspots, including Mitch e Amaro, Colony KC, Pawn and Pint, Repeal 18 and Tapcade, there’ll be plenty of reason to raise a glass to the misfits and mischief of the year gone by.