A "The Office"-themed pop-up bar opened at Replay Lincoln Park on Friday. Credit: Provided

LINCOLN PARK — “The Office” fans can visit the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company at Replay Lincoln Park’s latest pop-up.

Replay’s “Back to the Office” pop-up marks the return of its fan-favorite experience that transforms the arcade bar into various sets from “The Office,” such as Michael Scott’s office, the conference room and the main office. The pop-up, which opened Friday, will run through May 16.

The pop-up’s drink menu features a selection of “Office”-themed drinks like the “That’s What She Said,” a “long, hard seltzer” topped with rose vodka spritzer: or “Michael Scott’s Scotch and Splenda,” according to a press release.

Fans of the show will also be able to celebrate the show’s “Pretzel Day” with hot, soft pretzels available every day.

The bar also recreated the Warehouse from the show, where patrons can buy fan art, T-shirts and souvenirs from artisans.

“Fans absolutely loved ‘The Office’ pop-up we’ve done in the past, so we knew that this was one that we had to bring back,” owner Mark Kwiatowski said. “What better way to celebrate people slowly heading back into the office than actually going back to ‘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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