Now you can drink in true Deadpool style at the Sister Margaret’s School for Wayward Girls pop-up bars that are headed to L.A. and New York City!
To celebrate the impending release of Deadpool 2, Fox is opening two pop-up bars. Each branch of Sister Margaret’s School for Wayward Girls will recreate the same bar that Wade Wilson and the other mercenaries frequent in the Deadpool films.
If you live in New York City, you can head over to Alligator Lounge in Brooklyn, and from April 26-28 from 7 to 11:30 p.m, you can enter into the world of Deadpool. Meanwhile, LA fans can enjoy the mercenary festivities at Slipper Clutch in downtown L.A., May 10-12 from 7 to 11:30 p.m. Additionally, the L.A. proceeds will benefit the DTLA Film Festival.
But what can you expect at these pop-ups? As The Hollywood Reporter says, not only will you get to indulge in some beverages from Mike’s Harder that are inspired by the film, but you can also eat like the Merc. The New York pop-up will be serving one of Wade’s absolute favorites, pizza, and the L.A. pop-up will be serving — yes, you guessed it — chimichangas.
However, if you can’t find your way to L.A. or New York in time for these delightful pop-up bars, never fear. Mike’s Harder is sponsoring a contest that will allow fans the chance to win a trip to the Deadpool 2 premiere, as well as some other fabulous prizes. While you must be 21 or older to enter, you don’t have to attend a pop-up bar to be considered for the grand prize.
If you’re in New York or Los Angeles, mark your calendars for this fun event, and for the rest of us, be sure to enter the Mike’s Harder premiere contest. Deadpool 2 arrives in theaters on May 25.
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