'Miracle on Orange' pop-up holiday cocktail bar returns to downtown Orlando's Courtesy Bar


  • Photo courtesy Magrino
The holidays are somehow nearing and even though the weather isn't changing, downtown Orlando's Courtesy Bar will soon be transformed into the "Miracle on Orange" Christmas-themed cocktail pop-up later this month.

Miracle on Orange takes over the downtown craft cocktail bar from Nov. 24-Dec. 25 offering a specialized menu of boozy holiday libations, with decorations and flourishes to match.

The menu goes hard on the kitschy sights, sounds and smells of the season with drinks like the returning Christmapolitan and 'Yippie Ki Yay Mother F****r!' (pictured above). Among the new additions to the menu will be the "Fruitcake Flip" (brandy, Jamaican overproof rum, amaretto, fruitcake, cherry bitters, an entire egg).
  • Photo courtesy Magrino
  • The Fruitcake Flip
And the Courtesy is the only spot in Orlando that's been nice/naughty enough to partake in this particular tradition again.

The Courtesy is serving up cocktails to-go, so you can grab these on the run and head back homeward in your sleigh to fully enjoy later.

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