Historic Downtown Bethlehem – Silver & Gold Holiday Cocktail Trail

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Nov 20th 2021 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Date(s) - Nov 20th 2021
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Downtown Bethlehem

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“Get the Spirits” with the Annual Historic Downtown Bethlehem Holiday Cocktail Trail! On November 13th from 12pm to 5pm, your Silver or Gold Trail Passport will be your ticket to visit stores and restaurants along Main & Broad Streets, for a variety of delicious holiday cocktails. “Get the Feels” as you travel throughout our beautiful Historic District!
Purchase passports for the Red & Green (Nov. 13th) or Silver & Gold (Nov. 20th) Trails. Passports will go on sale the week of October 11th for $45. Trails have equal stops, regardless which one you choose. As you arrive to each designated location, show your passport, and receive your sample. Then travel to the next stop. Once finished, you will have the opportunity to vote for your favorite cocktail. One of our merchants will win bragging rights and you could win a $100 Downtown Bethlehem Gift Certificate!
*Must be 21 and over to purchase and participate in the Holiday Cocktail Trails. One trail per person. Please drink responsibly. No refunds.
Pick up your passports during your selected registration time at Hyatt Place Bethlehem (tickets may not be picked up prior to the trails). Be sure to have a valid ID ready with your email confirmation.
Questions? Call or Text: 610-739-1775
Parking located at the North Street and Walnut Street Garages. For information, visit: https://getdowntownbethlehem.com/get-the-parking/
Thank you to our premier partners: Boyle Construction, Historic Hotel Bethlehem, Hyatt Place Bethlehem, Lehigh Valley with Love, Moravian College, Omega Protective Services, RCN, and the Sun Inn Preservation Association!


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