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Netflix Just Sent The Nicest Cease And Desist Letter To An Unauthorized ‘Stranger Things’ Bar

Have you ever visited The Upside-Down?

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No, not the creepy alternate reality from the Netflix series Stranger Things. 

I'm talking about the pop-up bar called The Upside Down that just opened in Chicago, based on the hit show...

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Cool, right? 

It totally looks like you're in the world of the show:

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Except, with alcohol:

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Unfortunately, though, since Emporium Chicago, which opened the bar, didn't strike a deal with Netflix for the rights to "The Upside Down," Netflix is shutting them down.  

But in the nicest...and funniest...way possible...

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Jared Saul, the manager of the Emporium, tells DNA Info there are no hard feelings:

"If Netflix were OK with us running The Upside Down project through the season two premiere & the Halloween weekend we would most definitely have continued this incredible party a little bit longer!"
"...It's been so much fun for us & for fans of Stranger Things & has even introduced the show to new fans here in Chicago who weren't aware of the show before visiting the pop-up."

So if you're in Chicago, you have until the end of the month to check out this cool pop-up. For the rest of us, we'll be able to return to the world of Stranger Things when Season 2 premieres on October 27th.

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H/T: DNAInfo, Emporium Chicago

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