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Schitt’s Creek Pop-Up Featuring Moira’s Wig Wall, Local Version Of Rose Apothecary Opening Friday At Replay Lincoln Park

The arcade bar is partnering with the Chicago Makers Pop Up Shop to recreate Rose Apothecary with artisanal items, fan art created by local artists and more. There's also a Café Tropical drink menu.

Replay Lincoln Park's 'Schitt's Creek' pop-up opened Friday.
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LINCOLN PARK — Fans of the TV series “Schitt’s Creek” can pose with Moira’s wig wall while enjoying drinks from the show’s “Café Tropical” at Replay Lincoln Park’s latest pop-up.

Replay Lincoln Park, located at 2833 N. Sheffield Ave., opens its “Schitt Happens” pop-up on Friday, inviting fans of the show to relive some of its most memorable moments while remaining socially distanced throughout the experience. It will run through April 1.

Replay will recreate the show’s setting with replicas of the Rosebud Motel, Café Tropical, the wig wall, and the iconic “Welcome to Schitt’s Creek” sign, according to a press release.

Credit: Jake Wittich/Block Club Chicago
Replay in Lincoln Park.

The arcade bar is also partnering with the Chicago Makers Pop Up Shop to recreate Rose Apothecary with artisanal items, commemorative T-shirts, souvenirs and fan art created by local artists and vendors.

Themed trivia nights and other events will be held throughout the month, according to the press release.

The food menu will include items like Moira’s favorite “Ahn-chiladas,” the “Lovebird Wings,” “Lover’s Messy Sloppy Joe Eat-A-Thon” and the “Rosebud Cinnamon Buns.”

The pop-up is open to anyone 21 years of age or older. It costs $20 per person for two cocktails and a one-hour reservation.

Replay will follow all of the city’s COVID-19 protocols, so reservations are encouraged in case the bar reaches capacity. Tickets can be purchased online.

The bar previously has done themed pop ups in honor of Bob’s Burgers and The Office.

Jake Wittich is a Report for America corps member covering Lakeview, Lincoln Park and LGBTQ communities across the city for Block Club Chicago.

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