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A Lego-inspired pop-up bar comes to Denver

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The Block Bar coming to Denver will have more than one million blocks.Hidden

By Brittany Anas / NewsBreak Denver

(Denver, Colo) Call it a block party: For those who like to drink a cocktail while building Lego robots and castles, the perfect pop-up bar experience is coming to the Denver area.

The Brick Bar is a traveling Lego-inspired bar that will bring more than 1 million of those colorful, plastic construction blocks to Denver for a geeky bar experience on April 1-2. For those two days, the Brick Bar will take over The Watering Bowl (5411 Leetsdale Drive), a large bar with a dog park and wizard-themed putt-putt course. For those who want to drink in a real-life Legoland, tickets are $22 for 90-minute sessions, and you can book them here.

The bar experience includes building competitions, a brick-made wishing well and a table built with more than 22,000 bricks to host table tennis relays. Local DJs will spin tunes. Before 6 p.m., children 5 and under can accompany adults in the Lego-themed space for free. The Brick Bar is a 21 and up venue after 6 p.m.

While The Brick Bar hasn’t been set up in Denver yet, photos from other cities hint at ball pits, Instagram-worthy thrones made with bricks, and cocktails served in Lego-like blocks.

Hidden, an events company, is behind the Lego-inspired bar. The company curates unique bars and experiences around the world. Events often draw long waitlists and some of the other events Hidden hosts here in Denver include a Japanese robot restaurant, Go Karting on ice, a brunch with lots of Britney Spears tunes and a Candyland-themed cocktail bar.

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