The secret bar above Salt Dog Slims has once again transformed into ‘Miracle on Seel Street’ for the Christmas season. The launch of the famous ‘grown-up grotto’ on November 15th, kick-starts Christmas. The grotto is tucked away above Salt Dog Slims and 81 Ltd. in the heart of the food and drink district, Miracle on Seel Street is open throughout December, offering Christmas cocktails, festive food and an intimate cosy space. It is a festive space, decorated with fairy lights, snow globes and plush armchairs.
Words: Jean Hill.
John Ennis, Co-Founder of the Graffiti Spirits Group expressed his thoughts on this particular miracle. “We couldn’t be more excited about launching…We had a phenomenal reception on the opening night…There’s such a great buzz in the city at this time of year. We look forward to welcoming everyone…whether it’s a casual drink after Christmas shopping or a private party!”
Overall impressions that set the tone and created a party atmosphere. It is a small intimate bar with walk-up stairs decorated In snow and Christmas decorations. It speaks of elegant relaxation, with large leather chairs next to a fire and smaller chairs with tables. The walls were covered with photos of famous Christmas films and actors, which we loved. Mulled wine, on arrival, tasted delicious, rapidly followed by Christmas cocktails, pigs in a blanket, and mince pies. All were freshly made in the kitchen.
Miracle on Seel Street is now open. Standard admission tickets can be pre-booked for £10 per person. This includes entry to the venue for a guaranteed 90-minute stay, a Christmas cocktail, a goody bag and a mini mince pie. Upgraded tickets can be pre-booked for £25 per person. In addition to standard benefits, you can become the proud owner of an exclusive, limited edition t-shirt. Open Monday-Thursday, 5pm-late and Friday-Sunday, 12pm-late.
Staff are very attentive and hospitable. A must for all Christmas lovers. Bookings can be secured via Resdiary.Guests can also buzz on the door and will be granted entry, subject to space.
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