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Toronto's New Christmas Bar Is Like A Mini Vacay With Bali Vibes & Tropical Mulled Wine

You can sip festive cocktails in a "Bali wonderland."

Toronto's New Christmas Bar Is Like A Mini Vacay With Bali Vibes & Tropical Mulled Wine

You can spend the holidays like you're in the tropics by visiting this new festive bar in Toronto. Little Sister is hosting a Java Jingle Holiday Hangout, and it's like stepping into a "Bali wonderland."

The event will open late November and run until New Year's Eve, and the entire upstairs bar and dining area will be transformed into a tropical oasis with a festive twist.

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You can sip a variety of Christmassy cocktails such as the "Don't get Scrooged Again," Indonesian-inspired eggnog, and tropical mulled wine.

There will also be Dutch-Indonesian food to enjoy alongside your drinks.

Reservations are recommended, and festive outfits are encouraged (the staff will be wearing their's!).

Java Jingle

Price: ๐Ÿ’ธ๐Ÿ’ธ

When: Late November - New Year's Eve

Address: 102 Portland St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Celebrate the season like you're on vacation at this festive spot with tropical vibes.


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