THOR’s tipi bar pops up in seven cities this November

This spectacular pop-up bar is perfect for the Christmas party season


The UK’s favourite Christmas pop-up, THOR’S tipi bar, will once again make a welcome return to a city near you this festive season.

Last year, the ever popular and highly-acclaimed bar saw over 250,000 people visit one of their uniquely themed attraction that plays on the UK’s Viking heritage. The bar will be returning to York, Leeds, Sheffield, Lincoln and Hyde Park Winter Wonderland in London.

New locations for 2019 are at Trinity Square in Nottingham and Waverley Mall in Edinburgh.

Mulled wine, log fires, hot cocoa….what’s not to love?

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From November through to January, THOR’S will once again open its doors and provide a cosy winter retreat for Christmas shoppers, visitors and families alike. Each site has different open and close dates. See website for more details.

The canvas tipis will form the bar, festooned with lighting and decked out with wooden tables and benches, cosy furs and an open fire pit, around which customers can soak up the Viking hygge.

The brand-new drinks menu truly offers something for everyone. Hot and cold cocktails with a Christmas twist, beers from around the world and local ales and stouts are just a few of the new items on the menu. An extensive wine list, soft drinks and a non-alcoholic selection can also be discovered whilst festive favourites such as mulled wine and hot chocolate will ensure there is something to warm everyone’s cockles. Teas and coffees are also available to revive busy shoppers.

Maria Farrugia, Managing Director and Co-Founder of THOR’S, said “The team behind THOR’S are truly excited for 2019 festivities to get underway, especially in the new cities that haven’t yet experienced the magic of THOR’S. Friends, families and even dogs are welcome under the twinkling canvas. We truly are Christmas in a cup!”

THOR’S tipi bars can be found in York, Nottingham, Leeds, Lincoln, Sheffield, Hyde Park Winter Wonderland and Edinburgh.