Time to deck the halls and go a-caroling at the hippest holiday-themed bars in your town. Holiday-themed bars, restaurants and pop-ups are becoming more and more popular every year, so here's a roundup of some of the most popular bars, from small towns in Tennessee to hugely popular bars in the streets of New York City and everywhere in between.

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If you're traveling for the holidays, pop into one of these bars -- or maybe there's one around the corner from your house and you didn't even know it.

Lala's Little Nugget - Austin, Texas

It’s Christmas year-round at Lala’s Little Nugget in Austin, Texas. Imagine Christmas decorations strewn across your favorite dive bar, and that’s Lala’s.

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All dressed up and showing off on a Friday Night

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Miracle - all around the country

Miracle's pop-up Christmas bars are everywhere this year -- there are more than 80 locations, even outside of the U.S. (because folks in Canada and New Zealand still need Christmas cheer, y'all). The Christmas-themed pop-ups around the world serve holiday cocktails and decorate with holiday swag to "get event he grouchiest grinch in the holiday spirit," according to Miracle's website.

Sippin' Santa - all around the country

An offshoot of Miracle, this holiday/tiki bar mashup is the latest pop-up taking the country by storm with locations in California, Washington D.C., Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri -- if you feel like sipping a tiki cocktail out of a Santa mug (who doesn't?!).

Sleyenda - New York City

Popular cocktail spot Leyenda transforms into "Sleyenda" for the holidays, complete with ornament-inspired glassware and holiday card-inspired menus.

Happy's - Chicago

Every year, the Chicago Athletic Association takes Christmas over the top with “strong drinks, warm vibes, seasonal tunes and as many twinkling lights as possible.” And the bar’s programming has a lot to offer: bingo, karaoke, crafts like slipper making and embroidery and a holiday exchange.

Garden District - Washington, D.C.

The Garden District beer garden in Washington, D.C. is fully decked out for Christmas. They even have in-house tree experts in case you still need help picking the perfect tree.

Butch McGuire’s - Chicago

Butch McGuire’s staffers spend two whole weeks decorating the singles bar for Christmas. Last year the bar used more than 45,000 lights in its decorations, according to a local TV station.

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Favorite bar in America

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Deck the Halls - San Francisco, Calif.

This California holiday pop-up is featuring an “over-the-top menu of holiday drinks” including one that is served in an actual gingerbread house and one in a snow globe, according to organizers. A portion of this year’s proceeds is going to California fire relief.

How cozy does this look:

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Our elves are hard at work transforming every corner of the bar into the winter wonderland of your wildest dreams. Come join us by the fire this Friday starting at 6pm for some incredible drinks and holiday cheer!

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Reindeer Room - Chicago

Known as the Tack Room (an equestrian-themed bar) 11 months out of the year, the bar transforms into the “Reindeer Room” every winter so patrons can sip on cocktails named after Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen...you get the point.

Country Club - Chicago

Chicago is apparently the place to be this holiday season.

The Country Club transformed into Christmas Club through the holiday season, complete with seasonal drinks -- including one that is bright green with a rather Grinchy-looking flourish.

Donn’s Depot - Austin, Texas

Donn’s Depot, normally a dive bar and live music venue in Austin, Texas, goes all out for the holiday season with a plethora of lights, Santas, Christmas trees and a menorah, as well as a special holiday menu.

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Ludlow Liquors - Chicago

If you’re more of the Bah Humbug type, this Chicago bar is for you. They’re hosting a “Christmas sucks” pop-up, complete with creepy Santa photos.

Little Whiskey Christmas Club - Fairhope, Ala.

Little Whiskey Christmas Club, a year-round Christmas bar, just opened in Fairhope, Ala. in November.

Yebo Ski Haus - Atlanta, Ga.

Every year, the Yebo Beach Haus transforms to the Yebo Ski Haus, a ski lodge-inspired restaurant with an entirely new menu, outdoor fire pits, pine trees and plenty of blankets and pillows.

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Escape the cold weather, and warm up with us over a glass of mulled wine or Irish coffee.

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Santa’s Pub - Nashville, Tenn.

Santa’s Pub is exactly what it sounds like (OK, maybe not exactly). It’s a dive bar in Nashville named after the big bearded guy, and it’s got one major rule: Be nice. We think St. Nick would approve.

Chai-vy and Cohen-y Hanukkah Bar - Washington, D.C.

Ivy and Coney, a neighborhood bar in Washington, D.C., hosts a yearly Hanukkah pop-up called “Chai-vy and Cohen-y,” complete with latkes, dreidel spinning and kosher wines.

That Christmas Bar - Canton, Ohio

That Christmas Bar is a pop-up bar in Canton, Ohio with nonstop Christmas music, a snow machine and “Christmas Vacation” playing on a loop. “If your idea of Christmas is watching ‘The Nutcracker’ in a suit, then we’re probably not for you,” the creator of the bar said. “If your idea of Christmas is an ugly sweater and the Griswolds, then we’re definitely for you.” The bar turns into a chocolate bar for Valentine’s Day and even a tiki bar in the summer.