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Yet Another ‘Game of Thrones’ Pop-Up Brings Us the Food and Drink of Westeros

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Blood & Wine, a ‘Game of Thrones’-themed pop-up bar, is in Scotland from now through the end of February

All men must wine and dine.

Another day, another Game of Thrones-themed eatery. The latest is “Blood & Wine,” an aplty named bar loosely based on Game of Thrones, located in Edinburgh, Scotland, and brought to life by The Pop Up Geeks.

Bartenders will don swords and serve wine inspired by the Seven Kingdoms and The Hound’s mulled wine. Blood & Wine will only stick around until the end of February, so hurry up if you want to dine with the lords and ladies of Westeros.

“Our Maesters have sifted through scrolls, trawled through parchments and painstakingly sampled the many wines, ales, spirits and infusions found within the pages of George R.R. Martin’s epic A Song of Ice and Fire series to source only the finest that the Seven Kingdoms have to offer,” the website’s description reads. “So come along and taste your way through the Seven Kingdoms but remember, when you play the Game of Thrones, you drink or you die.”

At the end of February, Blood & Wine will be replaced by “Perilous Potions,” a Harry Potter-inspired watering hole, and after that, “Survive,” a Walking Dead-themed eatery.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.


An Investigation Into the Game of Thrones Coffee Cup Mistake

A needlessly thorough deep dive into the origins and purpose of Westeros' only to-go coffee cup.

In last night's Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen realizes her lover/nephew Jon Snow could throw off her conquest of Westeros. While everyone is having a well-deserved drink after the Battle of Winterfell, Dany is brooding in a corner watching the people of the North as they celebrate their fearless leader Jon Snow&mdasha man who secretly has a stronger claim to the Iron Throne. But, during this scene, the camera pans out to reveal the dining hall of a Medieval Castle &hellip with a very modern-looking to-go cup placed in front of the Mother of Dragons. Fans immediately assumed it was the familiar sight of a Starbucks cup&mdashwith a white lid and cardboard sleeve. But a closer look reveals that might not be the familiar green mermaid on the logo. The image begged a lot of questions: Is that really a Starbucks cup? How in the world did it end up in the shot? Whose drink is it? Does Winterfell have a hip coffee joint where young queens can get caffeinated while contemplating continental domination?

While we may never know exactly what the hell the Night King was or what he wanted, this mysterious coffee cup is yet another answer that Game of Thrones fans deserve. So, we launched a very important investigation into the origin and purpose of said coffee cup.



Comments:

  1. Octave

    Is it unmatched?

  2. Abayomi

    Granted, this is a great idea

  3. Volrajas

    And what will we stand on?

  4. Cadmon

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