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This might be the most eco-friendly hipster “cafe” you’ll find in New York City. At the Molecule Project, you can buy the tap water for about $2.50 for a 16 oz. cup. Apparently, they use a “reverse-osmosis” process to purify the water. You can also go the extra mile by getting electrolytes and vitamins added to the water.
This 60-year old restaurant is proud to be built atop an Indian burial ground. The New Lucky Restaurant in Ahmedabad, India is known for its popular menu, spacious seating, and also the exposed gravestones and burial sarcophagi that the tables are set up around
Does having lunch surrounded by dead bodies intrigue you? If so, you would love The New Lucky Restaurant in Ahmadabad, India. Owner Krishnan Kutti built the restaurant around an old Indian cemetery over 60 years ago. The graves stick out of the restaurant floor, and steel bars are built around the graves to protect them from tourists. Every morning, Kutti cleans the tombstones and puts fresh flowers on them.
The fantasy of being served by women in short French maid uniforms – if you have it – can come true for you at the Cure Maid Cafe in Tokyo. The cafe opened up in 2001 and was the first of its kind. It has since spawned several copy-cats. There, the maids (waitstaff) will address you as “master” or “mistress.”
The cozy neighborhood café doubling as a (you guessed it; laundromat), is an old classic here on one of the most coveted sidestreets in Nørrebro. The Laundromat Cafe in Copenhagen created a much-needed fusion. This cafe opened in 2004 with a pretty extensive menu and line of laundry machines. You can relax and dine with your friends while getting some chores done at the same time. Absolutely genius.
You might think you’re seeing double at Moscow’s Twin Stars Diner because of all the vodka shots, but it’s actually because the entire waitstaff is made up of identical twins. The restaurant was inspired by a 1964 Russian film called Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors, which is about a girl who looks in a mirror and sees her twin in an alternate universe. After throwing a few backs, you might actually start seeing quadruple.
If you like to eat muffins while playing games like Monopoly, pop into Snakes and Ladders in Toronto, Canada. The cafe opened in 2010 and proclaimed itself as the first board game café in North America. They have a wide variety of games available, including discontinued games like the '90s classic Dream Phone.
A Giger Bar is a bar themed and modeled by the Swiss artist H. R. Giger. There are two Giger Bars: the first, the H.R. Giger Bar in Chur, Switzerland, which opened in 1992, and the second is The Museum HR Giger Bar, located in Château St. Germain, Gruyères, Switzerland, which opened on April 12, 2003. H.R. Giger is a Swiss surrealist artist who did the set designs for Ridley Scott’s Alien films. These bars pay homage to the artist, where the architecture feels like you’re stepping inside the alien mothership upon entering one of two cafes located in Switzerland. Don’t worry; your meal won’t break through your ribcage when you get home.
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