A “Stranger Things” pop-up bar has opened up in Chicago, where fans of the series can have drinks named after characters in the show and even eat Eleven’s waffles.
According to Mashable, the bar, titled “The Upside Down,” is currently located in Chicago’s Logan Square and is full of references to the hit show. One slushie drink has a waffle in it and is called Eleven’s Eggo’s. Another slushie is called Demogorgon, named after the Monster from the parallel dimension, while another is Mouthbreather.
The bar was opened by Emporium Popups, a company that specializes in a “series of rotating bar/music/shop experiences.
Of course, the bar features the Byers’ Christmas light wall, which Winona Ryder’s character uses to communicate with Will in the other dimension. The place is adorned with furniture stuck to the ceiling behind a “Castle Byers” entrance.
“Stranger Things” stars Ryder, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo and Finn Wolfhard. The first season became a phenomenon, and the show’s second season will debut on Netflix on Oct. 27.
See some photos from the pop-up bar below.