Nightmare Before Tinsel in Philadelphia opens tomorrow
One of the best themed bars in Philadelphia, PA is back in business tomorrow, just in time for the Halloween season! I’ve seen so many posts about this place over the past few years and it’s always Halloween and Christmas themed.
The pop-up bar is called Nightmare Before Tinsel and it’s the company’s 4th year in business. According to phillyvoice.com, the bar has undergone some renovations over the months in preparation for this season and the space is completely decked out with fresh decor.
The spot features all-new life-size fantasy and horror figures for this Halloween season that are brand new. There are also some basic decorations that had to be cut again for this season, like the fan-favorite spooky baby decorations, but if you’re a repeat Nightmare Before Tinsel customer, there are a few new decorations to look out for. .
Some include zombie versions of Gritty and the Phanatic, a smoldering dragon, and more that you’ll just have to wait and see. Plus, there are specialty cocktails that are perfect if you’re a Halloween fanatic like me.
The Overlook seems the best to me, which is Jameson, Cinnamon Simple Syrup and Apple Cider. All drinks are Halloween-themed and range from $6 to $18.
Nightmare Before Tinsel officially opens tomorrow, Thursday, September 15. The bar will be open Monday to Thursday from 4 p.m. to midnight, Friday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday from 2 p.m. to midnight.
It will stay open for the 6 weeks leading up to Halloween and then transition into its Christmas theme, so if you want to catch it while it’s open, make plans now!
Shrouded in secrecy, this is the Philadelphia club’s only A-List visit
The Filter Club, which opened in 2019, is where Philadelphia’s brightest leaders, creators and more gather. But the cost of membership is not as expensive as expected.
Why is this Airbnb in Philadelphia the most popular in all of Pennsylvania?
Over the past few years, Airbnb has given hotels a hard time. If you ask people where they’re going to stay on their vacation, many will say, “We found a great Airbnb.” Let’s face it, sometimes getting an Airbnb is cheaper than a hotel. Sometimes it even has more space.
We are still trying to figure out what makes this Airbnb so special, as it looks like a basic studio. Would this be the price which is only $66 a night? After checking availability, many dates are already booked.