For its latest PUB (a.k.a., pop-up bar) experience, Drink Company transformed one of its bars in honor of the royal wedding. The limited-run Royal Wedding PUB on 7th Street in Washington will be open until May 20 and is decked out in family crests, faux stained glass windows, and hand-carved replicas of St. George’s Chapel's vaulted ceiling and columns; it also includes a Buckingham Palace-inspired throne room and a mailbox for fans to send handwritten notes to the couple, which the British Embassy will deliver to Kensington Palace.
Plus, the bar will open early on May 19 for wedding watchers, with all proceeds from ticket sales benefiting the Invictus Games Foundation. Fans will also get a chance to win a replica of the couple’s wedding cake. The pub features 11 original cocktails that are inspired by the couple's background, past royal weddings, and English springtime and were created by Drink Company’s head of bar concepts Paul Taylor. (Pictured: the Kensington Garden Party is a mix of Pimm’s, raspberry quinquina, and sparkling lemon soda.) Cocktails cost $13 or $14.