If you're a fan of 'Parks and Rec,' then you'll want to celebrate the "best day of the year," at the Treat Yo Self Pop-Up. Set to take place in Chicago's Replay Lincoln Park, the event offers a wonderful way to treat yourself and connect with other 'Parks and Rec' fans.
The Treat Yo Self Pop-Up—which draws its name from one of the show's most iconic scenes—is a two-month-long event that is being held in collaboration with Pop-Up Squad. The event will draw all of its inspiration from the show, with attractions such as a Shoe Shine Stand, Li’l Sebastian’s Stable, the World’s Smallest Park, and the Pawnee Department of Parks and Recreation. As far as food goes, the event organizers have teamed up with Zizi's Cafe to create a menu that draws inspiration from The Glitter Factory's breakfast buffet, JJ's Diner, and Sweetums. There will even be themed cocktails like the 'Give Me All the Bacon,' 'Tammy 2,' and 'Galentine’s Day.'
Image Credit: Replay Lincoln Park.
The Treat Yo Self Pop-Up is Inspired by 'Parks and Recreation'
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