‘Harry Potter’-Themed Pop-Up Bar Opens Up In Houston

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‘Harry Potter’-Themed Pop-Up Bar Opens Up In Houston

Do you solemnly swear that you’re up to no good?

Wands at the ready, wizards. Get your brooms out of the closet and don your house colors for a new Harry-Potter-inspired pop-up bar has just opened up in Houston at 711 Main Street.

This year’s been, shall we say, less than magical. But you can still your ticket to Hogwarts this year when you take the (metro) train down to the new Muggle-Less Bar in Houston!

“The Muggle-less Bar offers guests their acceptance into the magical schooling of witchcraft & wizardry in an immersive 2 hour long experience,” the bar writes on its website.

Until Sunday, November 8, the bewitching new pop-up will be serving legions of spellbinding potions and magical treats to put you into the spirit of the Halloween season. Engage in mind games with their many games and activities (including a giant chess board), and/or bedazzle the competition at their cosplay contests on Fridays and Saturdays.


Muggle-less recreates some of the beloved series’ most iconic scenery for guests to shoot photos. Scenes include the Dursley’s living room filled with a thousand acceptance letters aflutter, Platform 9¾, the Hogwarts Express, and more!

Tickets are now available for the the immersive experience at Muggle-less Bar starting at $30. From opening until 8:30 pm on Thursdays through Sundays, families can bring their little witches and wizards to join in on the fun. Kids (5 – 15) tickets are $20, and include an acceptance letter to Hogwarts, access to photo ops, and more. Kids 16 or over must purchase an adult ticket, while those under the age of five are allowed in free at no charge. Everyone over the age of 9 must wear a mask for entry, walkthrough, and in the restrooms.

The Muggle-less Bar is taking temperature checks at the entry point and is currently operating at reduced capacity of 50% to ensure safety of its guests.

For more information on their safety measures, or details on their attractions, visit the pop-up bar’s website, here.

See also: Houston Zoo Lights Will Return This November

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