Discover something truly unforgettable when dining out: breathtaking restaurant views or unique eateries hidden inside caves are both possible dining experiences that set themselves apart from the pack.
Diners at chef Paul Pairet’s Ultraviolet experience something new with every course; his menu blends music, lighting and scent into each experience for an immersive dining experience.
Minibar provides an unforgettable dining experience. For instance, its signature Spanish bocadillo de jamon features meringue made with Iberico consomme.
Jekyll & Hyde Club
The Jekyll & Hyde Club in New York City offers an intriguing dining experience. Their menu boasts everything from pizza and steak, to fried chicken and desserts & milkshakes!
Thestaurant is a four-story building featuring various themes. Guests can dine in any one of four areas – Bar, Rotunda, Hall of Masks and Balcony – that offer dining services to guests. Live entertainment and special effects provide continuous live entertainment and special effects can include creatures such as Claw the Gargoyle, Tobias the Werewolf or Dreadmina the Vampire who interact with guests to add even greater flair.
This restaurant is open from 11am to 10pm and you enter through a phone booth, walking through its door and ascending two flights of stairs to get inside. With so many children around it takes awhile before being seated – but eventually everyone does get there and sits.
Since Lucky Cheng’s closed in Times Square, we’ve experienced an unfortunate lack of dinner-and-drag options. But don’t despair just yet: drag queen-themed restaurant and bar Lucky Cheng’s has found new life in Hell’s Kitchen on the third floor of West Side nightlife hub Stage 48 (where Cantina Rooftop can also be found), boasting more space and featuring chef Gonzalo Colin’s unique blend of Asian and Mexican flavors!
Menu offerings at this show range from crispy fried calamari with passion fruit dipping sauce and seared guava-yuzu scallops with radish sprout salad to hip-hip numbers by Von Cartier to an interactive performance featuring squirt gun playback, as well as another longtime performer singing Disney’s Pocahontas soundtrack songs. Dining is just part of the experience though! Performances range from hip-hip numbers by Von Cartier himself, an interactive performance including squirt gun playback performance squirt gun performances by another longtime performer; hip-hip numbers by Cartier to hip-hip numbers by an Alum Von Cartier Alum Von Cartier to performing songs from Disney’s Pocahontas soundtrack by an another longtime performer! Dining out is just part of what awaits at The Theatre on Stage.
Josephine Jason, Suthon’s daughter and the current owner, took over after her mother passed away in 2014. Although it may be risky to expand into Times Square, expansion is essential in expanding and carrying on Suthon’s legacy.
Journey NYC provides an unforgettable dining experience, combining fine dining, FashionTech and theater – for $175 per person – located in Flatiron. Offering three immersive experiences including JOURNEY 360 (communal five-course prix fixe meal) and JOURNEY Odyssey (similar but smaller with tables that accommodate up to four guests at once), Journey is worth its high price tag!
Both experiences will take you on an interactive culinary adventure, transporting you from volcano slopes to an underwater shipwreck for each course of your meal. Journey also offers non-ticketed JOURNEY Salon bar experience that features sensory projections. Every dinner has a different theme – check their website prior to visiting and see what theme they are playing that night; some dishes even contain hidden three dimensional designs!
The Alchemist restaurant is known for their novel approach to food service. Instead of serving traditional courses, their unique menu consists of “impressions,” or non-edible courses designed to draw diners’ attention and address issues facing society today – such as plastic waste, sustainable seafood sources and healthcare systems. Each experience aims to educate diners while inspiring diners at once.
The menu offers stunning cocktails using molecular mixology to amaze drinkers. One such drink, known as the Pina Co-lava Lamp, uses Bombay Sapphire Premium Cru gin with yuzu and citrus juice in a vessel lit up like a cauldron – complete with fairy liquid and nettle stings for an added dose of magic!
Larry June and The Alchemist have made quite an impression this year, with June releasing Spaceships On The Blade last August and Alchemist producing on Kendrick Lamar’s Grammy-nominated Mr Morales & The Big Steppers album. Now, they are gearing up to release “60 Days”, directed by Sean Kelly below.