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Royal Wedding-Themed Pop-Up Bar Opens In D.C.

The three adjacent bars at 1839-1843 Seventh St. NW in D.C. that have been turned into a royal wedding pop-up bar

Residents and visitors of the nation's capital looking to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming wedding now have the perfect place. 

A royal wedding-themed pop-up bar has opened in Shaw and will host a viewing party for the May 19 ceremony, the Washington Post reports

The Royal PUB features a replica of the St. George's Chapel with cathedral windows, flags, a stone-patterned ceiling and a checkered floor. The British Embassy even had a hand in designing the bar, with its chef making an inedible replica of the royal couple's lemon elderflower wedding cake for display. Its menu includes drinks such as God Save the Queen, Markle Sparkle and When Harry Met Meghan. 

The pop-up opened in the space of three connected bars on the 1800 block of Seventh St. NW. The pop-up's creator, Drink Co., has also been behind the popular "Game of Thrones" and cherry blossoms pop-ups that have opened in the same space.