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People love dinner and a show, but what about drinks and a show? There is an experience coming to Boston, MA, that will send you into a ghost story that we all know.

Imagine you are in the woods, fog rolls in, and you hear voices all around you. Well, this experience will have all that and more.

Fever Up is bringing a spooky cocktail-themed bar to Boston called Sleepy Hollow Bar: A Spectral Cocktail Experience. We all know about the legend of Sleepy Hollow and the headless horseman. Now where there be a horse riding throughout the bar? I highly doubt it, but it should be an interesting experience.

According to Fever Up, this will be more than just a bar that you can go to. It will be a 90-minute show, where you will also receive a welcome drink and 2 themed cocktails or drinks.

If you want, you can dress up for the experience. Fever Up states that there will be mulled wine, apple cider, and a masquerade. You will take a late-night walk through the haunted woods of Sleepy Hallow and possibly see the headless horseman for yourself.

This will definitely take you to another world, where creatures lurk and you will have to hold on to your head.

Sleepy Hollow Bar: A Spectral Cocktail Experience will occur on Thursdays to Sundays from 2 pm to 8 pm. The experience will be at a secret location in Boston, MA.

Unfortunately, tickets and dates are not yet available, but you can join the waitlist to be the first to know when the event is happening.

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