The Makers of the Famous Nudist Pop-Up Are Bringing a Mobile ‘Breaking Bad’ Cocktail Bar to New York City

The pop-up bar has posted up in London for the past few years as ‘ABQ London’

The series is still a cultural touchstone, inspiring pop-ups nearly four years after its final episode aired.

London-based creative agency Lollipop, the creator of the famous clothing-optional pop-up restaurant, is bringing a different kind of cocktail experience to New York City starting in July, and it involves drinking alcohol in an RV.

The pop-up, inspired by AMC’s Breaking Bad, will bring Walter White’s RV to life and transform it into a cocktail bar, Eater reported. Up to 30 people at a time will be able to enter the bar, where bartenders dressed in yellow jumpsuits will create cocktails from laboratory equipment. One cocktail that will be served is a slightly frozen beverage, “Saul’s C2H60,” made using dry ice and nitrogen cavitation (an infusion technique).

According to the agency, the pop-up will be located in Brooklyn, but an exact location has yet to be determined. Tickets start at $45 for three cocktails and two hours at the bar.

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