The Christmas Corner Bar is Taking Over Lakewood Once Again

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PHOTO VIA THE GEORGETOWN RESTAURANT
  • Photo via the Georgetown Restaurant
Another Christmas bar is soon popping up in the Cleveland area, this one in Lakewood.

Back for the third year in a row, the Christmas Corner Bar is turning Georgetown Restaurant into an almost unbearable barrage of holiday lighting, decorations and choice cocktails.



Opening Friday, Nov. 22 to the public, which, it must be noted, is before Thanksgiving, the pop-up includes festive activities like a Santa visit, ornament decorating, Christmas Vacation trivia and even a chance to sing your favorite Christmas tunes.

For those who like to experience things before the rest of the public, there's the new VIP night, going down Thursday, Nov. 21. Depending on arrival, each guest may receive a Santa hat and a shot. Find tickets, which at the most currently cost $8, right here.



A special blow-up Arctic Igloo experience (as seen in the photo above) is also getting set up just around the corner from the Christmas bar, for those looking for a much more exclusive affair. Of course, reservations are required for that.

The pop-up closes up shop on Dec. 31. Find the bar's hours right here.

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