A Pokémon-inspired pop-up bar, complete with a real-life version of the ridiculously popular app Pokémon Go, is coming to Brooklyn later this year. And with their Pokémon-inspired burger (see above), you might finally be able to answer that dark question which lurks in the back of every Pokémon fan's mind: do Pokémon make for delicious burgers?

The event will take place at Radegast Hall & Biergarten in Williamsburg from November 3rd to November 24th. The bar will be divided into seven regions with each session including "two hours of hunting, battling and catching time." I don't quite understand this having never downloaded the app, but I'm sure it will be invigorating.

According to a press release, there will be prizes for the winners of best costume, Pokémon trivia and the division winners of each session. DJ's will be spinning tracks and custom themed cocktails and food will be served to keep your Pokémon bloodlust high.

A young women prepares to dine on Pikachu (Pokebar Pop-Up)

Tickets cost $55, and include a Pokémon burger, a themed drink, and the ability to go to your grave knowing that you have transcended the flesh by tasting wild Pokémon. You can sign up here to be notified when tickets are on sale; they warn that tickets will be limited and "first come first serve," much like how I choose which Pokémon to eat.