Eater.com has compiled a list of America’s funniest, wildest, most unbelievably extra restaurants.
Topping the list is a restaurant called Habibi in Brooklyn, New York, located in a secret location near a laser tag stadium, and the rooftop restaurant has the craziest things you could imagine, including gypsies, grown men in wedding dresses, a toilet for two, dancing, and Dancing.
Dan Sung Sa in L.A. is designed as an actual black hole. The dining room and in-the-round bar are completely dark, and what light there is shines only on graffiti-stained walls and carved wooden tables. Music comes from unknown places, and servers wear army fatigues.
Every Buca di Beppo location has a private dining room called the “Pope Room.” Inside the room is a huge round table and a room decorated with “statues, photographs, and other bits of memorabilia honoring Catholic popes past and present.”
Made famous by ‘South Park,’ Casa Bonita in Denver, Colorado. After a $40 million restoration, the Mexican restaurant boosts, cliff-diving pools, an arcade, and live shows. The restaurant is described as “It’s like the Rainforest Café with a side stage for puppet shows, a roving mariachi band, a cave maze, and the return of the legendary gorilla.”