A bar in Washington with theme of the the royal wedding

In Washington DC, from May 4 to May 20, those who have not been invited to the royal wedding of the year will be able to wish Prince William and Megan Markl in a separate bar.

The Royal Wedding Bar is a copy of St. George’s internal chapel at Windsor Castle (with the same roof of the wedding hall, the coats of arms, the stained glass windows and the special throne room) to which they will unite with their wedding ties Prince William and Megan Markl.

“It’s hard not to get the romance of a royal wedding, especially when it comes to a modern fairytale of real life,” said Andji Federton, managing director of the Drink Company who created the thematic bar. “I am a fanatical fan of the blue-eyed by a child, and once Prince Harry and Megan Markl were engaged, I realized that we had to bring a bit of their special day to all fans who want to experience a little bit of imagination,” he said according to Harper’s Bazaar relayed the Athens News Agency.

The full menu includes 11 cocktails inspired by the royal family and the spring season in England at a price of $ 13-14. “God Save the Queen” is a martini served with a crown (souvenir). Kensington Garden Party is served in Pimm’s classic glass and is made with Pimm’s, Quinquina raspberry and lemon soda.

“Strawberry Cuppa” has Scotch whiskey, strawberry vermouth and served in a cup of cooked biscuits. A cocktail of Aperol, rose cider and edible glitter bears the name of the future duchess Markle Sparkle.

“When Harry Met Meghan” (When Harry met Megan) he has Scotch whiskey, banana, lemon and ginger.

The bar will be served at $ 5 and “Wedding Cake Sphinx” inspired by the flavors of the couple’s wedding cake, vodka, butter cream, sabu, lemon and tea. The menu also includes English beers and wine from the home of Megan Marc, California.

All income from ticket sales on the Royal Wedding Day will be given to the Invictus Games Foundation a kind of Paralympic Games that compete in sports men and women from 17 countries, all former military, injured or disabled. The Games were established by Princes Harry and Williams. When leaving the bar the patrons can stop in the English mailbox and send their greetings to the newlyweds.