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Edgar Allan Poe pop-up coming to Chattanooga

An Edgar Allan Poe cocktail experience is popping up at The Historic, keep reading to see what you can expect.

NOOGAtoday | Edgar Allan Poe speakeasy

This speakeasy pop-up has been traveling the country retelling Poe’s stories + serving up specialty cocktails.

For the fans of romantic + gothic author Edgar Allan Poe, or the folks who love a themed outing — we’re sharing an event that has us raven.

The Edgar Allan Poe Speakeasy pop-up is coming to The Historic at 1601 Rossville Ave. this month. While most dates are sold out at this time, there are still tickets available for Sunday, July 14 at 8 p.m. Note: The experience lasts 90 minutes.

Get a chance to hear four stories — “The Tell-Tale Heart,” “The Raven,” “The Masque of Red Death” + “The Black Cat” — retold and re-imagined by Poe historians while sipping on four cocktails inspired by the tales.

Interested in seeing Poe’s works brought to life? Grab your tickets while you still can.

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