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A ‘Breaking Bad’ Themed Pop Up Opens In Dallas Tomorrow

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A ‘Breaking Bad’ Themed Pop Up Opens In Dallas Tomorrow

Long live Heisenberg.

Dallas Dive, The Whippersnapper, is cooking up something special for the onset of the new year. On January 14, the dive will launch its Breaking Bad pop-up set to feature themed drinks, photo ops, and more!

If you’re looking to spice up your new year, drugs aren’t the answer – a pop-up based on a drug dealer, however, could be a good place to start.

“New Year, new Whippersnapper pop up,” the bar wrote in an Instagram post. “The Whippersnapper will continue to transform itself in 2021. On January 14th, The Whip will focus on the career of Walter White from school teacher to enterprising drug lord.”

The pop-up will run from January 14 to March 6, and is set to feature a laboratory of themed cocktails, interactive experiences, photo ops, catering by Pollos Hermanos, nightly entertainment, local art, and more – costumes encouraged!

““We’ve received a ton of requests for another Pop up at The Whippersnapper. The previous themes have had overwhelming success and we think it would be nice to start 2021 off on a positive note…. While maintaining a safe atmosphere during our current Covid environment. This theme works well considering we always encourage our guests to dress up in costume, but this time the mask is required as it is in all chemical cook labs,” said Phil Schanbaum, co-founder of This and That Hospitality.”

In regards to the current circumstances, the bar is taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of its staff and visitors. Such measures include mandatory masks, frequent sanitization, and upholding all CDC protocols. The pop-up will also be operating on a first come, first served basis, where visitors can enjoy the experience for up to 90 minutes. Reservations will be allowed after 10 pm for seating areas, though the bar has stated that there will be a food and beverage requirement.

See also: Family-Owned Shipley Do-Nuts Sold To Private Investor

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