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The Miracle Pop-up Is Coming to Floor 13 Rooftop Bar in Downtown Phoenix This Year

Miracle at Floor 13 starts on Wednesday, November 18.EXPAND
Miracle at Floor 13 starts on Wednesday, November 18.
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Miracle, a cocktail bar concept that pops up in various cities around the holidays, returns to Phoenix this month.

In 2018 and 2019, Miracle set up shop inside Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails in downtown Phoenix. This year, it's moved a couple of blocks north, and up, to Floor 13 Rooftop Bar at the Hilton Garden Inn downtown.

Miracle at Floor 13 officially opens next week — 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 18, to be exact.

What to expect, besides excellent views and a ton of winter-wonderland decor? Holiday drinks, for one: Cocktails on the menu range from $10 to $20 and include the Fruitcake Flip (brandy, rum, amaretto, cherry bitters, whole egg, and, obviously, fruitcake) and the Bad Santa (mulled red wine, port, orange liqueur, and just “Christmas spices”). 

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Other cutely named drinks include the SanTaRex, the Jolly Koala, and the On Dasher. The Christmas Carol Barrel — tequila, coffee liqueur, dry curacao, and spiced chocolate — sounds like the most fun.

Miracle at Floor 13 hours are 5 to 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 5 p.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday (no Sundays).

Tell your Lyft driver to head to 15 East Monroe Street. And for more information, see the Miracle at Floor 13 web page.

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