Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Here’s Why Visiting A ‘Game Of Thrones’ Bar Should Be On Everyone’s Bucket List.

If you're one of HBO series' Game of Thrones cult followers, you've probably been desperately waiting for the new season to come out this year. And your patience is most likely wearing you down. This is because Game of Thrones holds a tradition of premiering its new season every April, but for some reason is premiering in July this year.

However, if you don't think you can wait any longer, you can get a small fix of the show at this new pop-up bar in Washington D.C.! It's designed in theme of Game of Thrones and it just might fill all your dragons and white walker needs.

Sick of waiting for season 7 of Game of Thrones to come out already?

Come enjoy a beer at a new 3,000-square-feet pop-up bar in Washington D.C. dedicated to the HBO series based on George R.R. Martin's novels.

Sick of waiting for season 7 of Game of Thrones to come out already?

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The bar opened on June 21st.

Drink Company and Ommegang Brewery have teamed up to transform three of its four bars (Mockingbird Hill, Southern Efficiency and Eat the Rich) into the "pop-up bar."

The bar opened on June 21st.

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You can enter any one of the three and gain a memorable experience.

The three bars were redecorated entirely to reflect the realms of The House of Black and White, The North, the Red Keep and Meereen.

You can enter any one of the three and gain a memorable experience.

The bar even has the "Hall of Faces" from The House of Black and White.

Drink Company cleverly decided to fill the "Hall of Faces" with plastic molds of their own employees, friends and family.

The bar even has the "Hall of Faces" from The House of Black and White.

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Although they've dedicated past pop-up bars to past themes like Super Mario Brothers or Stranger Things, it was only a matter of time until Drink Company's CEO Angie Fetherston dedicated one to the cult HBO series.

“To quote the great George R.R. Martin, ‘there has to be a level of joy of what you’re doing,’ and we believe Game of Thrones is the seminal show of this decade,” said Fetherston in a statement.

Although they've dedicated past pop-up bars to past themes like Super Mario Brothers or Stranger Things, it was only a matter of time until Drink Company's CEO Angie Fetherston dedicated one to the cult HBO series.

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