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Enjoy a love potion at this Valentine's Day themed pop-up bar experience

Gené Hunter

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(ATLANTA, Ga.) While many of the pop-up bars during the Christmas holiday have gone, there is a new experience in town for Valentine’s Day.

Celebrate the ones you love or treat yourself to a night of Instagrammable decor, specialty cocktails and a themed menu at the Blind Cupid Valentine’s Day pop-up bar experience.

The Blind Pig Parlour is continuing its epic pop-up legacy, with another taking over the Buckhead speakeasy, entirely dedicated to love. This is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day date or a special treat for Galentine’s Day.

The bar’s love-themed makeover includes stunning floral arrangements and other Valentine’s Day-themed arrangements that are great for selfies and group photos.

This new pop-up follows the Buckhead bar’s spectacular Christmas-themed takeover during the holidays.

The bar announced their pop-up experience on their Instagram page saying, “We will be transforming into The Blind Cupid for a new pop-up experience starting this Wednesday, Jan 19th through February!”

The specialty cocktails, which are referred to as ‘Love Potions’ were carefully curated with Valentine’s Day in mind. Guests will be able to enjoy potions like the seducing Pink Halo cocktail— a vodka-based love potion, with strawberry, elderflower and lime.

Fall in love with decadent bites like a rotating charcuterie board, with cheeses, meats, fruits, nuts and crackers. There are also a couple of sweet treats available if you're in the mood for dessert.

The Blind Cupid is open Wednesdays-Saturdays from 6 pm until 2 am. Reservations are strongly recommended with bar seating first come, first serve.

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