A pop-up Star Wars-themed cantina is coming to Hollywood!
LA locals, there’s a treat coming for you (as if you didn’t already have everything): A Star-Wars-themed bar.
The Scum & Villainy Cantina is opening its doors in the near future, and you best be ready because it’s only temporary.
The official announcement reads:
“The Scum and Villainy Cantina is nestled less than 12 parsecs away, in the wretched hive of Hollywood, CA. This temporary pop-up experience transports you into a fully immersive environment where you drink, eat, and hang out as if you were in a galaxy far away. If you’ve got the credits, we’ll serve your kind here… just make sure to leave your droids at home.”
The cantina also notes that costumes are encouraged, which means you finally have a place to flaunt your
Jar-Jar mask Stormtrooper costume or Poe Dameron jacket.
Reservations are opening soon, with seated reservations open for two blocks a night: 6-8 PM and 8:30-10:30 PM. Walk-ins are welcome between 11 PM and 2 AM, and Saturdays there’s an extra 3-5 PM slot.
“Included with your reservation is two drinks of your choice, a souvenir pint glass, Scum and Villainy challenge coin, a few extra surprises, and two hours of the most immersive galactic scenery this far into the outer-rim,” the website writes.
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