Pokemon fans need to have a drink at one of these pop-up bars based on the franchise shown in some places in North America and Australia.
The bar / event will have Pokemon-themed food and drinks as well as a live DJ.
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One of the foods is these sweet burgers that we will consume already. You can see a picture of them below.
ICYMI, Pokemon-themed pop-up bar comes to Pittsburgh! Maybe you can put some Ash KETCHUP on your chefs! HEY-OH! Tt https://t.co/fsbYh1[ads1]MIFI pic.twitter.com/OpHFdzFeTp
– WPXI (@WPXI) May 25, 2019
The venue has announced a stop in Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Denver, Vancouver, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Tickets for the events cost $ 25 and include themed games for borrowers to play and try to win prizes. There will also be a costume competition for the person who is dressed as the best Pokemon.
You can sign up for more information at the pop-up site here .
See how people responded to the news on Twitter below.
Just found out that there will be a Pokémon pop up bar in Colorado this year … .POGGG
– zBoywonder (@WhoIsBossLogic) May 26, 2019
HELLO IM MOVEMENT BACK TO PITTSBURGHhttps: //t.co/RNTDJpZBsU
– lauren 🦎 (@laurengrumpy) May 21, 2019
Soooo there is a Pokémon pop up bar coming to Cleveland 😩👀👀👀👀👀👀  – starbaby28 (@ starbaby282) May 20, 2019
More Pokemon News
After it was reported by many news providers that Pokemon: Detective Pikachu made $ 58 million at the book office opening weekend , it is now said that the number was not correct.
According to exhibition relations, the updated movie number is $ 54.5 million, not $ 58 million as previously stated.  Despite the misinformation, the film continued in others in the saints cashier's office Avengers: Endgame of $ 63 million.
Also on Friday Detective Pikachu earned $ 20.7 million while Endgame made $ 16,060. This was the first day since Marvel film debuted that it was not the highest gross movie in theaters.
Detective Pikachu had a big debut at the box office, but The Pokémon Company was not a great fan of a scene especially that took place during the film.
Erik Nordby, supervisor for visual effects and Ravi Bansal, the film's art director, revealed how they made the creepy, brutal scene with the Lickitung work.
"We built that tongue in reality with a large part of latex," explains Nordby. "It's quite gross, but we had to have something to wipe Justice Smith's face with [the actor gets licked by Lickitung in one scene]."
He also continues to share that the Lickitung scene was not a company was too fond of.
"For something to feel real, it must have real world grains and texture. But the Pokémon Company wanted to see it and believe it was dirty. We had to go through a whole series of slides and build confidence that we shouldn't do it these things disturbingly dirty.
I don't want to say that [the scene with Lickitung] was the Pokémon company's favorite scene in the movie. There is one where we came right up to the edge of what they would be comfortable with. "
You can get one quick insight into the scene in the movie's trailer, below.
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