If you have a hunger for both Mexican dishes and a whole boatload of pageantry, then the place to be for your next meal is Casa Bonita. There are divers plunging into a bowl over a thirty-foot waterfall, puppet shows, and all the Mexican cuisine you can eat.
It’s been referred to as the “Disneyland of Mexican restaurants,” but the restaurant has been closed for a while, even prior to 2020 – thankfully, “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have been trying to revamp it and get it open again.
The Mars 2112 Restaurant on Broadway in New York
A science-fiction restaurant and tourist trap called Mars 2112 wasn't only going to pull in people looking for a bite to eat – it was also going to get Rush fans. Imagine a rainforest cafe that gets rid of hordes of plants and pictures of animals, and replaces them with aliens, craters, and a spaceflight simulation ride that brings customers right to the hostess stand. Sounds pretty out of this world.
The place is huge, and every single detail makes it feel like you're on another planet. Sadly, it closed more than ten years ago, in 2012.
Platform 65 in Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Does food taste better on a train? There are some people that will tell you, yes, and this restaurant is the perfect way to put the theory to the test. Serving North Indian and Mughlai cuisine, Platform 65 has plenty of dishes to try while surrounded by the metal interiors and train design you'll find.
You can tour the train to see the conductor's room or other areas, and there are plenty of standout dishes that are on the menu, like dim sum, chicken soup, mutton biryani, and more.
The Houdini Seance Room in The Magic Castle
Want to make things a little spooky at your next big event? Then there's no better place than the Houdini Seance room at The Magic Castle. You might not see the spirit of this famous magician return to you, but you can still eat a meal with some of your friends in a room that is spooky to the gills.
Aside from the dinner itself, there are also tons of pieces of Harry Houdini memorabilia, such as the only set of cuffs Houdini was never able to escape from.
The Mad Hatter Bistro in Paris, France
How about a tea party that will send you to another world? That's the goal of The Mad Hatter Bistro in Paris – there's no better spot to celebrate your happy unbirthday. The Mad Hatter and plenty of other famous characters are here to invite you to your big event, just make sure you arrive on time.
There's plenty of tea, of course, but there's also plenty of crazy and unique cocktails. It's all decorated to the nines, and there are plenty of shows to make sure your night is just the way you want it.