By a HUGE popular demand we are doing The Star Wars Party again. Last time, it was a blast! The Pop-Up bar will end on Feb. 18th. Let us take an advantage before then!
This is one of the many efforts, which try to make DC a destination. The Pop-Up Bar goes only to Washington DC, New York and Hollywood. WE ARE HONORED!
We have few free tickets (try to claim them before they fly out). After we are sold out of free tickets, there will be cover. They will open the Pop-Up Bar, just for us. It will be a blast again!
When you walk in it's going to feel like you've walked into the set of a Star Wars movie. Guests entering the pop-up will be greeted by a blacked-out, eerie atmosphere, accented with red LED lighting. The cocktail menu is true to theme: Drinks include the Galaxy, Red Force, Mindtrick, and of course, the Dark Side. (Some of the recipes feature LED ice cubes and dry ice, combined with silver and black sugar rims, glowing colors, and flavor profiles like goji berry.) And once you order, there's still plenty of Star Wars activities to geek out over. Costumes are not required, but we recommend wearing one—you know, to fully embrace the Dark Side and all that.
Cash Bar, only entry is free
We booked the entire venue for this party and they just open for us
We will have Star Wars specials
We will have our own DJ to spin
Event is 21+
Come one, come all; this is the most friendliest event you have ever attended!
Feel free to invite your friends. They don't necessarily have to be a member
Calling all Washington DC's Star Wars fans—break out your lightsabers and get ready to party. Right after Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiered stateside, franchise devotees will be able to get their fix via the Dark Side Bar; an immersive, intergalactic Star Wars pop-up straight out of Hollywood. The bar will open in three cities across the U.S.—Los Angeles, New York, and Washington D.C. With thematic menus and sinister decor Darth Vader would approve of, switching to the Dark Side is starting to look pretty appealing.
The bar's creator, Zach Neil, is a pop-up veteran. In addition to the Dark Side bars, Neil also pioneered the 2016 Anchorman pop-up, Stay Classy, and a Tim Burton-inspired bar and restaurant called Beetle House. His latest stint with the Dark Side was imagined with the help of Hollywood set designers. “When you walk in, it’s going to feel like you’ve walked into the set of a Star Wars movie,” Neil told Lonely Planet. "I’m a macabre kind of person, I love things on the darker side. I’ve always rooted for the bad guys, Darth Vader and the dark side of the force.”
METRO & PARKING INFO :
The closest metro station is Union Station. After Union station we can jump on the only Street Car in DC FOR FREE! It makes a stop right by RedRocks.
Street & Valet parking are available for $.
When: Sun Feb. 11
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Address: 816 H St NE
Washington DC,US 20002
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