The pub is dressed in everything Nightmare Before Christmas and is a safe haven for all Tim Burton fans.
Halloween is ringing in fast and to help you get into the spooky spirit, a pub has turned itself into a Nightmare Before Christmas paradise for Tim Burton fans! The Ill Minster Pub has brought the holiday classic to Dallas and if you're a fan like us, you really need to go meet Jack, Sally, and Oogie Boogie!
According to Narcity, the pub is now in full Halloween glory and when Christmas comes, it will be all about Santa Jack because you know this is one movie you can enjoy from October to December.
There's Shock, Lock, Barrel and Zero as well and let's not forget the spooky food. Live in Dallas or anywhere near? Go head to this bar and have a guaranteed good time at 2600 Cedar Springs.
There's one more Tim Burton themed bar, in New York. A horror paradise for Burton lovers, a restaurant inspired by Beetlejuice exists and not only is it dressed in Tim Burton vibes, but it also features delicious spooky food and actors dressed like your favorite characters!
The gothic bar and restaurant plays music from iconic Burton movies all day long and celebrates Halloween throughout the year! So, if waiting for Halloween is getting a little too hard for you, you can head to Beetle House right away and prepare to be amazed.
The food, the ambiance, the music, everything is great but personally, I think the best part about visiting Beetle House is getting to meet the actors who pull off Tim Burton characters so well, you'll have to look twice.
Their make-up skills are ON POINT and they love the characters they play so much, they become them! I mean, when you go there it will really feel as if you're drinking with Michael Keaton and Johnny Depp. Sign me up!
'Beetle House is a year round celebration of Halloween with an artistic and thematic atmosphere inspired by horror culture, magic, and the artistic, literary and cinematic works of Tim Burton, Alfred Hitchcock, Bram Stoker, Washington Irving, Edgar Allen Poe and many more. In short, we are kind of like an adult Halloween party with a Burtonesque feel, curated by Alfred Hitchcock, with a 90s goth band on stage and everyone is wearing Weird costumes. We are a safe place where every goth, punk, freak, weirdo, artist, and visitor is welcomed and celebrated,' reads the bar's website. Where will you be heading this Halloween?