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Claim your rightful place upon the Iron Throne, or drink a cocktail of Shame, Queen Cersei-style – the choice is yours, once you brave the hourlong queue snaking out the door. As "Game of Thrones" returns for its penultimate season Sunday, fans of the award-winning fantasy epic are getting an early fix at a pop-up bar in Washington, complete with a fire-breathing dragon, coats of armor and bartenders who are dressed the part.TVs would be out of place anyway in the bar's mazelike rooms, which have been packed with between 900 and 1,500 people every day amid the excitement over the soon-to-premiere Season 7 of "Thrones".To the right, lies the House of Black and White – a temple in the city of Braavos where people go to die – eerily recreated with walls covered in plaster faces, although in this case the faces belong to the owner of the Drink Company, volunteers who built the sets and some friends.
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