Aureole is one of the few restaurants in the country to boast of a large wine collection. With over 2,200 varieties available to complement their three- and four-course menu, you can also enjoy their amazing dessert samplers while sipping on wine.
For family-style chicken dinners and some of the most authentic German cuisine, check out what’s cooking at Bavarian Inn Lodge. The lodge also features over 360 rooms, all of them named after families who lived in Frankenmuth.
One of the most unique attractions at Cabbage Key apart from the food is its walls that are plastered with thousands of one-dollar bills. The time-honored tradition can be traced back to the roots of the restaurant’s history.
The owner of the restaurant is a big fan of the movie Titanic and has named the café after one of its iconic characters. At Café Jack, you get to enjoy a quirky combination of Korean food and tarot readings.
Casa Bonita gives you the perfect Mexican dining experience, one that features mariachi music, live performances, a 30-foot waterfall, and the best tacos and nachos you can have in the state of Colorado.
Catfish Plantation is set in a nice Victorian house that owners claim may or may not be haunted. It is a first come, first served restaurant whose menu includes a wide range of dishes like meat pies, onion rings, gator bites, and build-your-own-dinner salads.
Train enthusiasts are in for a treat with this dinner train running on Montana’s railroad. Enjoy a full course prime rib dinner (dessert included) and your favorite drinks at the no-host cash bar aboard this moving, one-of-a-kind dinner train.
Chicago Sweatlodge provides the perfect mix of relaxation and fine dining. There is nothing like spending a couple of hours in a Russian or Turkish Sauna and then enjoying a gourmet meal at the restaurant.
To enhance your dining experience, Cuchi Cuchi has an Old World Beauty and Early Hollywood ambiance inspired by the 20s to 40s. What’s more, the bar counter serves over 50 signature and vintage cocktails to get you started.
Ichiran serves a single pork-bone broth soup as the base for all its noodle dishes. The broth can be customized and goes well with Japan’s finest tonkatsu noodles, a kind that will have you asking for a second serving.
If you like the novel Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, then you will certainly enjoy the atmosphere of the Jekyll & Hyde Club restaurant and bar. It is one of New York City’s popular spooky themed restaurants.
For a one-of-a-kind drag dining experience, visit Lips. It offers a creative mix of dining and live entertainment. Servers here dress as popular celebrities like Cher, Amy Winehouse, RuPaul, and Diana Ross to provide service and perform onstage in this adults-only restaurant.
If you wish to dine in a post-apocalyptic setting, Mad Rex has the perfect seat reserved in the center of this unique restaurant. The food is prepared with delicious, locally-sourced produce, and the setting offers a perfect survivors’ experience.
The themed restaurant features varied dining spots and themed rooms. So, you can sit at the Sweethearts Table or enjoy some ribeye steaks in The Attic. If you are feeling particularly funky, the restaurant also has a Thatched Hut corner with servers dressed in costumes.
This unique dinner theatre offers the perfect combination of food and live entertainment with jostling tournaments. You get to enjoy a nice juicy steak and some rum while gladiators enter the arena equipped with battling rams to challenge their opponents.
This Ninja-themed restaurant in New York City has servers who are trained to entertain all dining patrons with stunts ranging from card tricks to fire stunts. Beware of where you step in the restaurant as you might walk right into a trapdoor.
Harry Potter fans and hardcore Potterheads will certainly dig this ‘fan dining’ experience. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the café’s signature drink is a butter brew latte inspired by Leaky Cauldron’s butterbeer.
Love art and food? Picasso is definitely the place for you! It has an authentic dining setting surrounded by some of the artist’s greatest masterpieces. Fun fact—the restaurant features $30 million dollars worth of original work by Picasso for guests to admire while waiting to be served.
The Catacombs Restaurant at Bube’s Brewery offers a unique dining experience with its stone-lined caves and vaults which are 43 feet below the surface. You get to enjoy a range of gourmet and traditional dishes in an upscale, fine dining setting.
A historic and iconic restaurant with its roots embedded in the aviation history of the state. Apart from the exhibits, the floor-to-ceiling windows provide panoramic views of the runways at LAX. Asian, Italian, and American cuisines are served here.
Talk about the king of drive-ins! Varsity can accommodate six hundred cars and their diners. Situated in the heart of Atlanta, this restaurant is like none other and has garnered a solid global reputation within a few decades.
An Al Capone-style speakeasy dining experience set in the 1920s with music and entertainment in the background, what more would you want? Join Vito, Gloves, and all gangsters and flappers for a night of fun. You can even join the performers on stage!