This Hocus Pocus Pop-Up Bar In Nashville Is A Halloween Lover's Dream

Almost 30 years after the Sanderson sisters first haunted our screens in 1993, the beloved cult classic got its long-awaited sequel, "Hocus Pocus 2," that you can now stream on Disney+ (per RadioTimes). The famously cooky coven of sisters have bewitched Halloween lovers for decades, becoming a staple of the season. If you grew up watching the hilarious Sanderson sisters' spells and antics every year and have long since grown up — now navigating the much-less-magical experience of adulthood — something wicked this way comes!

If you're especially excited about the sequel, or maybe you've binged it several times already since its release on October 1, why not actually step into the whimsical world of "Hocus Pocus" to celebrate? Sure, curling up on the couch for a cozy movie marathon as you munch on your favorite Halloween candy can still be in the cards, but you might be happy to know that there's something even better that should definitely be on your radar this year.

Movie-inspired cocktails and Sanderson performances await you

You might want to dust off your favorite Sanderson sister costume and head to Nashville, Tennessee before October 31, because there's a new "Hocus Pocus" themed pop-up bar that's calling your name (per Instagram). The historic Holston House Hotel is celebrating the season of the witch with a fully decked out lounge, themed cocktails, and delicious menu modeled after the cult-favorite flick. Visitors will walk into a bar and lounge decked out in pumpkins and floating candles, spider webs, and a massive cauldron perfect for holding some witches brew (via Elite Daily).

The Sanderson sisters will even make appearances on certain days throughout October to put a spell on you with performances from "Hocus Pocus" sure to give you the immersive experience you've been craving. Though, if you can't make it out to Nashville for a taste of the "Sanderson brew" or purple "Mr. Binx" drink, you can recreate these boozy elixirs inspired by the movie at home. Each witchy cocktail, created by recipe developer Michelle McGlinn, is meant to colorfully represent each of the quirky witches

If "Hocus Pocus" is part of your Halloween routine, you may want to hop onto your broomstick and head to Holston House this month for these delightfully tasty potions!