What began as a holiday-themed pop-up cocktail lounge in the midst of a New York City bar’s construction six years ago has now spread to dozens of bars around the world this Christmas season. And this year, the Miracle pop-up bar is hitting up a new spot in Cleveland: Society Lounge.
Miracle on 4th Street’s beverages — with wintery-themed drink names like a Snowball Old Fashioned (which includes Caramelized Pecan Bourbon, spices and citrus) — will be served Tuesday, Nov. 26, through Dec. 31 at an exceptionally blinged-out Society Lounge.
In The Long Goodbye, a 1953 novel by Raymond Chandler, hardboiled detective Philip Marlowe says, “A real Gimlet is half gin and half Rose’s Lime Juice, and nothing else. It beats Martinis hollow.” No offense to Marlowe, but at Cleveland’s Society Lounge, you won’t find a bottle of Rose’s. The bar makes every item from scratch, other than the liquor itself.
Smoke infusion in a cocktail goes to a whole new level in Cleveland’s Society Lounge. Made with cigar syrup, and a dramatic smoking device, the Backwoods Old Fashioned brings magic to whiskey. If you like your cocktails with a healthy amount of pageantry and drama, you’ll be in heaven with the Backwoods Old Fashioned.
In the U.S.’s Midwest, winters can be long and frigid. Thankfully, Midwesterners have an abundant of outstanding cocktail bars where they can keep warm and spirits up. Whether you a frozen visitor or red-nosed local, here are a few Midwest hotspots to head for winter cocktails.
Winter is when craft cocktail bars really get in on the warming-cocktails game, even in states where the temps remain balmy. We’ve rounded up a bevy of spirit-free options, too, so no matter what you’re sipping, the forecast will be warm and fuzzy.
December 5th is Repeal Day and Society Lounge is kicking off the celebration by throwing it back to the roaring twenties! Joseph Fredrickson, Owner and Operator of Society Lounge is here to show us some of the cocktails you can try out to celebrate Repeal Day!
Just days after we recover from our Thanksgiving food coma, it’s time for the festival of lights. The Jewish holiday Hanukkah is coming the first week in December. For anyone who really needs a drink to get through the festivities, we have you covered with some perfectly themed cocktails!
If you’re a fan of any of the eight MLB teams still playing and are lucky enough to attend a playoff game, congratulations! That’s awesome. (Unless you’re a Red Sox fan in which case it’s looking like it could be a very sad scene at Fenway on Sunday). You’ll need to plan out your eating and drinking schedule accordingly. The lines inside the stadiums are going to be extremely intimidating and frustrating to deal with. So, if you don’t want to get to the stadium as soon as the gates open and get right in the food lines, then consider finding food options around the stadium.