This summer, “Game of Thrones” fans will be able to dress up as their favorite characters, sit on a replica of the Iron Throne and swill a scotch-and-sherry cocktail from a horn-shaped tankard.
The drinks stick with the theme, including The North Remembers, the aforementioned drink served in a horn; or the Dothraquiri, a tropical-sounding mix of rums and banana and cocoa liqueurs named for the horseback-riding warriors who rape and pillage across the plains of Essos. You could just knock yourself out with some Milk of the Poppy — Armagnac, dark rum, coconut, pineapple, lime, and of course, clarified milk. (The full menu is available on the bar's website.)
Ommegang's Bend the Knee, the Belgian-style golden ale that's the official beer of “Game of Thrones,” will be served on draft, along with mead from Baltimore's Charm City Meadworks.
Given all the Instagram and Snapchat-ready decorations, costumes are encouraged, although prop weapons are not: Even if your broadsword looks like it's made of Valyrian steel, the bouncers are going to take it and hold it until you leave.
Game of Thrones Pop-Up Bar. 1839-1843 Seventh St. NW. Admission is free. Cocktails cost $13 to $15. The Game of Thrones PUB runs through Aug. 27. It opens at 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. On Sundays, the bar is open from 1 to 7 p.m. — leaving just enough time for staff to go home and watch “Game of Thrones.”