Chrismukkah Galley in Bakery Square plans to donate 50% of all proceeds to Tree of Life and East Liberty Presbyterian Church. You can visit the pop-up until December 30.
The team behind Smallman Galley and Federal Galley has launched Chrismukkah Galley, a holiday pop-up bar in Bakery Square.
The Galley Group operates two food halls in Pittsburgh – Smallman Galley (Strip District) and Federal Galley (Northside). Both Galley locations support four emerging restaurant concepts and full bar programs that respectively showcase a hyper-local offering of beer, wine and spirits.
Chrismukkah Galley – a holiday pop-up bar located in Bakery Square – officially opened on November 20. Guests can visit the pop-up until December 30.
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It's time for us to finally announce something fun we've been working on with our sister location @smallmangalleypgh! @chrismukkahgalley is a pop-up holiday bar in Bakery Square that is now open Wednesday-Sunday, 5 pm – 12 am until December 30th! This is a charitable cause with 25% of proceeds being donated to Tree of Life and 25% being donated to East Liberty First Presbyterian Church. Start making your plans to stop in by tagging someone below who you'll be bringing with you!
A Holiday Pop-Up with a Community Benefit
The Galley Group plans to donate 50% of profits from Chrismukkah Galley…
- 25% of the proceeds will go to Tree of Life
- 25% of the proceeds will go to East Liberty Presbyterian Church.
In addition, the bar will collect unwrapped toys and non-perishable foods for donation as well.
Know before you go: Chrismukkah Galley in Bakery Square
Dates: November 20 – December 30
Open: Wednesday thru Sunday, 5pm to Midnight
Location: Bakery Square (in the free-standing building that formerly housed Coffee Tree Roasters and Millie’s Summer of Soft Serve pop-up.)
Drinks: a cocktail-forward offering of seasonally-relevant spirits and cordials
Food: per the Galley Group, food will be available at Chrismukkah Galley starting next week (Wed, Nov 27). Guests will be able to order food from a specially curated menu by Social, the neighboring restaurant located beneath Google Pittsburgh.
More Holiday Pop-Up Bars in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Magazine has put together a helpful list of holiday pop-up bars in Pittsburgh. For folks who have not been, Bob’s Garage (Blawnox) is the most Christmas of all Christmas bars and rotates its decor for holidays throughout the year.
— Pittsburgh Magazine (@PittsburghMag) November 22, 2019
While you are in the neighborhood …
Looking for another place for a nightcap? Commerce Bar is a new speakeasy that just opened behind Bird on the Run.