Take a Look Inside Chrismukkah Galley – A Popup Bar in Bakery Square

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.

by Lindsay Patross
November 22, 2019

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.

A look inside Chrismukkah Galley. Photo: Galley Group

Chrismukkah Galley

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.


A Holiday Pop-Up with a Community Benefit

The Galley Group plans to donate 50% of profits from Chrismukkah Galley…

In addition, the bar will collect unwrapped toys and non-perishable foods for donation as well.

A look inside Chrismukkah Galley. Photo: Galley Group

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

The cocktail menu for the Chrismukkah Bar. (Image courtesy of the Galley Group.)

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.

Follow Chrismukkah Galley on Instagram & Facebook for updates.

A look inside Chrismukkah Galley. Photo: Galley Group

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.

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.

Pittsburgh born and raised, Lindsay has been writing about the people who love Pittsburgh since 2008.

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