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PokéBar burgers planned for a Pokemon-themed pop-up. (PokéBar Liverpool Photo)

Seattle already has poke bars. Next year it’s getting a PokéBar — to catch Pokémon rather than the traditional Hawaiian dish.

The pop-up PokéBar, which won’t land until next June 20 and 21, will seize on the craze around the popular game from Nintendo, and feature Pokemon-inspired burgers, cocktails and games. Buns on those burgers will even take on the shape of Pikachu, Bulbasaur, and Charmander, according to Seattle Eater.

The stunt is planned for other cities across the U.S. and U.K., including Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Miami, London and Dublin.

An official website says there will be trivia, card battles, action stations and giant interactive games — all to win points and evolve your Pokémon. The team with the highest evolved Pokémon will be the winners and receive prizes, the site says.

Eater reported that tickets will be $45. No location has been indicated for the pop-up yet. Those interested can sign up for email alerts on the PokéBar site.

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