Get Ready to Book a Flight to London to Visit This ABBA-Themed Restaurant
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London is one of our favorite cities in the world, home to some of the best food, shopping, and culture in the world — and next spring, it will also be home to a Mamma Mia-inspired taverna.
ABBA’s own Björn Ulvaeus made the announcement, and we’re already starting to check flight prices. Picture this: You’re eating all the Greek food your heart desires while listening to the iconic songs of ABBA. Not to mention the fact that the taverna will take cues from decor that will more or less transport you back to the Greek island of Skopelos — which, by the way, is the island where they filmed most of the first Mamma Mia film. Yes, please.
The restaurant itself will feature long tables that can accommodate up to 500 people, plus actors and actresses that will be acting out the movie’s plot so that you can sing and dance as you stuff your face with spanakopita. You can get priority access to tickets here.
Not convinced? Well, if you change your mind, I’m the first in line.
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