A 330-cover, Batman-themed restaurant is set to open in London this Spring. The exciting new eatery – named Park Row after an area of Gotham City – will sit inside an Art Deco building on Brewer Street, and will incorporate five dining rooms and three bars.
According to Forbes, the 18,000 square foot space will include various nods to the Caped Crusader’s mythology, including an area decked out to look like the Batcave. There will also be a cocktail bar which takes inspiration from Gotham City, and dining rooms designed around anti-hero, Harley Quinn, and Bruce Wayne’s loyal butler, Alfred Pennyworth.
The Monarch Theatre will serve up a tasting menu, while the stand-out feature of Park Row will be the Iceberg Lounge – a large, decadent restaurant based around the villainous Penguin. The Iceberg Lounge will boast a delicious international menu, live entertainment, and numerous little touches here and there to Oswald Cobblepot.
Park Row is being developed through a partnership between Warner Bros. Consumer Products, DC, and Wonderland Restaurants. Ab Rogers Design is providing the design work.
Wonderland Restaurants founder, James Bulmer, said: “Trends in our sector are moving towards fun, immersive and experiential dining and our aim is to demonstrate this on a grand scale with exceptional food and drink to match.”
Bulmer added: “I am still a child at heart, inspired by the greatest stories and storytellers. For me, great food experiences are about unlocking guests’ emotions and creating edible memories.”
SUSHISAMBA’s Cláudio Cardoso will oversee the kitchen at Park Row. Prices start at £45 per head.
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