If you're a "Breaking Bad" fan, I'm here to break some good news.
Forget fancy cocktail bars. You can now get your martinis prepared inside Walter White's RV meth lab.
Well, not an actual meth lab, but you get the point. A Walter White-inspired cocktail bar will be popping up in NYC this summer for a few months.
"Look, we got, we got an entire lab right here," reads the ABQ NY website. "How about you pick some of these chemicals and mix up stuff?!"
The pop-up bar is inspired by the RV meth lab in "Breaking Bad," the show about a high-school chemistry teacher who becomes a meth dealer.
The bar has popped up in London for the past two years, and can fit up to 30 people at a time, according to Eater NY. Inside, the bar staff is dressed in the yellow jumpsuits from the show.
Upon entering, guests will find a "makeshift laboratory to cook cocktails using molecular mixology techniques," according to Eater.
For example, one of the cocktails is called the "Saul C2H60," and is made using dry ice and nitrous oxide gas.
It's just like chemistry class in high school, but cooler and with drinkable alcohol.
Lollipop, the London-based creative collective who conceived this idea, is known for these types of eccentric ventures.
Last year they brought a naked pop-up restaurant to London, where guests were finally liberated to dine "free from the trappings of modern life," according to Time Out London. So yeah, without clothes.
According to Eater, Lollipop representatives have not yet decided the exact location where the RV will pop up. However, they're looking at various options in, you guessed it, Brooklyn.
Tickets start at $45 dollars for two hours of mixing with three cocktails included. Not bad considering that in New York three cocktails will cost you around that much, anyway.
Why not drink them at a fake meth lab and get more bang for your buck?
According to the ABQ NY website, 5670 people have already signed up, and there is limited availability. Tickets will be released on a first-come, first-served basis.
The bar will open in July and it'll be around for a few months, so if you're a true fan, better sign up on the website now.