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    The Eleanor: Miracle on Fifth Street

    The popular yuletide pop-up bar has returned to the Eleanor, and this year you can enjoy even more of it with extended hours (opening at 2pm daily, and at noon from Dec. 19-25). You've heard of "decking the halls," right? Check out all the holiday schmaltz just about dripping like liquid tinsel here, the whole place festooned like Christmas exploded in a somewhat artful manner. They've got an expanded menu of cocktails for you, too, including some specials – the SanTaRex, for instance, and a new Mistletoe shot – that are sure to knock the elf right off your shelf. If you know what we mean, wink-wink, nudge-nudge, mind the reindeer scat.
    Through Dec. 29
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    TRACE: Holiday Igloo Bar

    Ah, it's because they do stuff like this that we love the W Hotel in general and that TRACE space in particular. This, in this case, is that guests can now snuggle up with furry blankets and sip specialty cocktails from the Krampus bar menu, all while staying cozy in their own private igloo (well, "igloo," anyway) surrounded by the holiday lights outdoors on TRACE's patio. Never mind searching for some northwest passage, we suggest, citizen explorer: just hie yourself Downtown for a comfort-focused, wannabe-wintery rendezvous.
    Through Dec. 30. Nightly, 4-11pm
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    Utopian Shift: Wine tasting & Craft Market

    Here's a fine afternoon of wine tasting, snacks, and local artisans with handmade products you’ll love. Sample a complimentary variety of wines – you can also buy bottles priced less than $15 – in an atmosphere of holiday fun.
    Sun., Dec. 22, 1-5pm  
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    Yuyo: Peruvian Holiday Feast

    Did you miss the first two of these three opportunities, citizen? Fear not – there's one more date left before the decade's done. Listen: On Sundays in Latin America, it's customary to dine as a family, gathering multigenerational groups together and sharing a meal, stories, and memories. And Yuyo's already-acclaimed menu goes all end-of-year next level as chef Maribel Rivero serves up Peruvian holiday specialties (steelhead trout causa, braised lamb shank, braised duck legs, and more) for your social dining enjoyment.
    Sun., Dec. 29, 6pm. $60.  
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