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October 03, 2019

Haunt is a pop-up Halloween-themed bar in Center City

During the four weeks it will be open, there will be special events

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Haunt bar in Philadelphia Courtesy of/Lexy Pierce

Haunt is a spooky Halloween-themed bar open in Philadelphia for a limited time.

Head to the second floor of The Pearl Tavern, soon to open at 1123 Walnut St. in Midtown Village in the space that was formerly Irish Pub, for a pop-up Halloween-themed bar this October.

Operated by Townsend Wentz Restaurant Group and Arts in the Industry, Haunt will open on Thursday, Oct. 3.

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Inside the bar, local artist Bill Strobel of Chalk Art Philadelphia created an oversized mural. There's also art, glassware and barware crafted by local artists, in addition to spooky decorations.

To drink, enjoy Halloween-themed concoctions, like Kiss of Death made with Jim Beam Black, pumpkin stout reduction and spicy bitters, and Black Cat with Tito's vodka, sherry and black olives. All cocktails will be available for $13.

Haunt will be open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. through Sunday, Nov. 3. Also, the bar will host special events during the four weeks it's open.

Look forward to Wands & Whisky Weekend with a three-day magical movie marathon, Game of Thrones White Walker Party featuring Ommegang Brewing and Arts in the Industry's Masquerade Ball, plus more. Check social media for details.

The city's other pop-up Halloween-themed bar is also located in Center City, about a block away.

Below is a sneak peek of Haunt before it officially opens.

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Haunt will serve craft cocktails.

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A creepy mural by local artist Bill Strobel.

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Can you spot Edgar Allan Poe?

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The bar at Haunt in Center City.


Thursday, Oct. 3 through Sunday, Nov. 3
5 p.m. to 2 a.m.
1123 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19107

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