There are a lot of holiday pop-up bars that have come to Chicago and here's a rundown of some of them!
What: The Greystone Tavern has a Hanukkah-themed pop-up, decorated with white and blue lights. Themed merch is available.
Where: 3341 N. Sheffield Ave.
What: A huge, two-story holiday pop-up with three party rooms and three bars.
Where: 3460 N. Clark St.
What: This holiday pop-up bar across from Wrigley Field is family-friendly, fully decorated — and Santa will show up soon.
Where: 3660 N. Clark St.
What: Multi-room and multi-level holiday pop-up bar. Family-friendly during the day, but 21 and older after 8 p.m.
Where: 3505 N. Clark St.
What: The beloved Christmas-themed bar, Frosty’s, is back for its fourth year with dancing elves, a singing Santa, photoshoots and more.
Where: 809 W. Evergreen Ave.
What: This outdoor, interactive Christmas event takes up 2 acres in Goose Island. It features an ice skating rink, photo booth, axe throwing, music and lights and Christmas trees for sale.
Where: 1265 W. Le Moyne St.
What: Misfits Christmas Pop-Up is a tribute to the 1964 classic, “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Island of Misfit Toys.” There will be 10-foot wood characters and multiple themed rooms, including a 600-foot heated outdoor patio decorated as Santa’s workshop.
Where: 4128 N. Lincoln Ave.
You can check out more bars HERE.