There’s a Drake-themed chicken wing bar opening in Scotland this month

There's a Drake-themed chicken wing bar opening in Scotland this month
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A Drake-themed popup bar is opening in Scotland this month, and it sounds like the perfect way to spend a night off.

A Wing and a Prayer is opening at The DockYard Social in Finnieston, Scotland, and it’s said to be a new ‘fun and fresh’ way to enjoy a night out.

The bar has been founded by entrepreneur Barrington Reeves, and will be an homage to the Fake Love singer, with dishes such as ‘Controlla’ – Caribbean chicken and Teriyaki wings – making an appearance on the menu.

There will also be vegan dishes and seitan options available to order.

The bar comes after Barrington created the design and marketing for Glasgow’s first permanent street food market – though this bar will seemingly be way more relaxed.

Barrington said in an interview with Glasgow Live: ‘We’ve really been able to push the boundaries creatively, coming up with fun and quirky ideas that most big agencies would shy away from.

Drake themed chicken wing bar opening in scotland

‘I always like to let a little bit of myself and my personality come through in projects but this has allowed me to take it to another level.’

He added: ‘A lot of similar street food markets have been reserved, quite pretentious and gentrified. We wanted something more fun and fresh.’

Obviously, the bar sounds amazing and we can’t wait to call them up on our cell phones to reserve a table.

Currently, tickets are available for the launch, which will take place on 30 November, with the final opening happening 3 December.

Drake themed chicken wing bar opening in scotland

The tickets are said to be selling fast – which comes as no surprise as entry and one drink choice of either beer, prosecco, a cocktail or a soft drink only costs a fiver.

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All dishes are priced at £5, too.

Here’s hoping they play Drake songs all night long.

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