Editors' pick

Miracle on 3rd and 4th Streets


Editorial Review

It's hard not to love events like the Miracle on 3rd & 4th Street, not because of what it is -- a bar crawl around Capitol Hill for $2 Miller Lites and food specials -- but because it encourages you to dress in Santa suits or other holiday getups and donate gifts to needy kids through Toys for Tots. And isn't that what the season is all about? Stop by the Hawk and Dove between 1 and 6 to sign up, then make your way to the wonderfully divey Tune Inn, catch some football at the Pour House or Ugly Mug, pop into Bullfeathers or the 18th Amendment, or even visit the pub at Thai Roma for the first time ever. Every location offers specials until 9, ranging from $3 Leinie's Sunset Wheat and Miller Chill to half-price appetizers. Admission is $7 if you're wearing a Santa suit or seasonal garb, or if you bring a new, unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots. (Maybe you should do both, just because.) Total Grinches pay $10, but we can't believe any Nightlife Agenda readers would do that.