London has a pretty nice relationship with Lego. Not only is Legoland Windsor in the general vicinity of the capital, it's also home to the world's largest Lego store. Now it's getting something else, in the form of a Lego-themed pop-up bar.
Details are pretty scarce at the moment, but we do know that the bar will include over a million Lego bricks, so it's safe to assume that it'll be packed with as much Lego as health and safety regulations will allow.
I can't see there being many cocktails served in glasses made of Lego, though, but Lego mugs do exist and stranger things have happened. There will also be plenty of blocks for people to build their own creations, and it should be interesting to see how creative people are when they're drunk.
Given the boozey nature of bars in general, it's also a safe bet that this isn't the kind of place you'll want to take you kids. To be honest, given Lego's understandable obsession with keeping its brand kid-friendly, it's a bit of a surprise that this is happening.
London won't be the only city getting the pop-up, with Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne getting their own versions.
The downside is that tickets will be limited, and issued on a first-com-first-served basis. We should end up hearing more soon, since its set to open up sometime this Spring. You can sign up for updates over on the Legobar website if you want to be kept in the loop.