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Lala's Little Nugget is offering holiday drinks perfect for the month of December.

With Christmas only six days away, you'll want to make sure to treat yo' 'elf' by visiting some holiday-themed bars.

Mask up, put on your warmest coat and feel the jolly spirit with holiday-themed drinks in a fun environment.


Here are seven holiday-themed bars in Austin:

Lala's Little Nugget, 2207 Justin Lane

Whether you're in need of some holiday cheer or a holiday-themed drink, Lala's Little Nugget has you covered. Although the bar is open all year long, the unique Christmas experience is perfect in December.

Holiday-themed drinks include the snowball, peppermint hot cocoa and grandma's boozy eggnog. The bar is currently taking temperatures at the door and spacing seating out.

Miracle on 5th Street, 307 W. 5th St.

Miracle on 5th Street is back and spreading cheer in Austin this holiday season. With holiday cocktails and festive decorations, the bar is offering the most Christmas spirit for all guests.

The pop-up started as a franchise in New York City and now, Miracle on 5th Street in Austin is the most popular location in the world. The bar is offering Christmas cocktails such as a christmapolitan, snowball old fashioned, on dasher, run run Rudolph and more. Make a reservation to visit the holiday pop-up for a delicious cocktail and to take a photo sitting on Santa's throne. More information on Miracle on 5th Street can be found here.

Kitty Cohen's, 2211 Webberville Road #3548

Kitty Cohen's is celebrating the holiday season with "Get Lit," a Hanukkah pop-up bar. With Hanukkah inspired cocktails such as Manischewitz spritzers, slivotinis, and latke punch, you can visit the cocktail lounge and patio bar for a good time.

In addition, Kitty Cohen's will donate a percentage of the proceeds from the pop-up bar to Jewish Community Center Austin. The pop-up bar is open until Dec. 31.

Gibson Street Bar, 1109 S. Lamar Blvd.

Gibson Wonderland is here and ready for a merry time. Gibson Street Bar is hosting Gibson Wonderland all through December. With holiday-themed cocktails such as the peppermint martini, naughty and spice, rum pum pum, oh holy rye and more wonderful pun-filled Christmas drinks, you'll want to make sure to stop by.

The festive bar also has a Gibson Sleigh, so make sure to stop by, snap a photo and share on Instagram for a chance to win a gift from the bar.

Cosmic Coffee + Beer Garden, 121 Pickle Road.

Cosmic Coffee & Beer is all decked out for the holidays. With Christmas lights on every corner, this is your next place to visit. Besides having your everyday coffee fix, winter cocktails are back on the menu. Try their red sled, viva viva toddy or cosmic milk punch for a jolly time.

East Austin Hotel, 1108 E. 6th St.

East Austin Hotel is feeling festive and ready for the holiday season with a holiday pop-up. The two bars in the hotel, Sixth and Waller and The Upside Bar are offering holiday themed drinks and a lot of Christmas cheer. Visit the East Austin Hotel for a merry Christmas time and delicious holiday cocktails. More information on hours and menus can be found here.

Elf'd up at Red Dragon, 120 W. 5th St.


Red Dragon
is having a holiday pop-up to give Austin a holiday interactive experience. The bar is offering Christmas-themed cocktails and a holiday food menu. A toy drive is also being held nightly and proceeds will be donated to Dell Children's Medical Center and Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.

The bar is 21 and older and requiring masks and social distancing guidelines. More information and VIP reservations can be made by contacting (702)743-7051.


This is part of a holiday series counting down to Christmas so make sure to visit Austonia tomorrow, as we reach five days until Christmas.

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