10 Enchanting Theme Restaurants You Need To Visit At Least Once

Karen's Diner

Call it service with a snarl. This Australian restaurant chain prides itself on its surly staff, playing off of the "Karen" stereotype—a notoriously rude and entitled woman famously known for asking to speak to the manager.

The Cauldron Co.

Double, double, toil and trouble. The Cauldron Co. brews up a magical experience that blends together science, technology, and design.

Beetle House

Halloween isn't limited to one day of the year at Beetle House, which has two locations—one in New York City and another in Los Angeles. Each one offers a different experience while keeping the same concept at the center.

Ellen's Stardust Diner

In the mood for dinner and a show? This 1950s-themed restaurant in New York City is known for its singing waitstaff, also called "Stardusters.

Alice's Tea Cup

Calling all Alice in Wonderland fans! New York City is home to Alice's Tea Cup, a tea house inspired by the fantasy movie and children's novel by Lewis Carroll.

Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar

Created by a Hollywood set designer, San Francisco's Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar is located inside the Fairmont Hotel.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Drawing inspiration from the science fiction novel and its namesake, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a 16-course tasting experience in an "underwater" lounge.

SafeHouse

Touting itself as "Milwaukee's best-kept secret," SafeHouse is a spy-themed restaurant full of authentic espionage artifacts, pop culture references, and other spy items.

Aquarium Restaurant

This family-friendly restaurant has two locations in the Houston area, one in Denver and another in Nashville, Tenn. Guests can order meal options like seafood, fish, or steak as they dine in an aquarium with floor-to-ceiling views of colorful, tropical fish.

Space 220 Restaurant

Located in Disney World's Epcot theme park, Space 220 Restaurant lets guests escape the world after taking an elevator up to a dining room with daytime and nighttime views of Earth from 220 miles up.

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