In the heart of Montreal's Old Port was the location of the Miracle Montreal bar that hosted a plethora of Christmas lights and festive decorations. There were wrapped up presented across the ceiling and over 350 meters of twinkling lights to bring cheerful energy. The restaurant's holiday theme brought joy to not only Montreal locals but also brought cheer to three other locations across Canada.
The Montreal location had three segregated spaces that boasted its own festive theme -- classic Christmas, simple lights in the terrace, and kitschy Christmas in the dining space. The staff was decked out in holiday gear, wearing Christmas sweaters decorated in traditional prints. Most notably, the Miracle Montreal bar split half of its profits from the season with the Montreal Children's Hospital. It ran for a month long and the pop-up's founder Greg Boehm explains that it is in the good spirit of giving back.