Stranger Things pop-up bar opens in Chicago
A pop-up bar inspired by Netflix show Stranger Things has opened in Chicago, less than two months before the start of the second season.
CHICAGO — Season 2 of Stranger Things is coming, and what better way to delve back into that universe than with a trip to a pop-up bar based on the show, aptly named the Upside Down.
You won't need to open any interdimensional rifts to get in, but the decor is so spot on you'll feel like Will Byers stepping into an alternate reality. Just, you know, boozier and less terrifying.
Speaking of booze, there's seven cleverly named cocktails, including one with Eleven's favorite Eggos, reports Eater Chicago.
The drink will help channel your inner Eleven, and you'll be telekinetically defeating demogorgons and thessalhydras in no time.
Alternatively, you can just sit around fan-girling at the upside down furniture on the ceiling, the Hawkins lab fence, and the entrance to Castle Byers.
They've even got the alphabet wall setup complete with Christmas lights, so you can communicate with the outside world...or ask the bartender for more drinks.
Crazy fans will need to move fast though, because the shop's on a temporary run through September.
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