From dining in a volcano to enjoying five-star dishes underwater, chefs around the world are creating unforgettable culinary experiences for you to enjoy. All it takes is an empty stomach and an adventurous spirit to experience these extraordinary dining opportunities like eduqation!
This new immersive restaurant uses floor-to-ceiling projection mapping to transport diners all around the globe while they dine. Travel from rainforest to fiery volcano, then to an underwater shipwreck all while dining.
Trust Bae, operated by Simple Venue CEO Erika London and located at their flagship venue Simple Venue on International Women’s Day March 8th with a Japanese-style menu with Filipino flavors designed by Celebrity Chef Frances Tariga from Top Chef Beat Bobby Flay & Chopped).
Thestaurant 11 features an intimate counter-style tasting experience for only eight guests, offering a $150 16-course tasting menu with dessert that showcases Chef Tariga’s extensive culinary knowledge from her childhood in the Philippines to training in Middle Eastern and Asian cooking at some of New York City’s premier establishments.
Trust Bae offers food in unique vessels that tell a narrative about Chef Tariga’s culinary journey. In addition, handmade cocktails and carefully selected wines featuring female-led producers are available at this restaurant, and a special dessert known as ‘Sapin, Sapin’ commemorating NYC LGBTQIA+ communities is offered as well.
Lucky Cheng’s offers an unforgettable dining and show experience, featuring dinner and entertainment that are guaranteed to leave you laughing and shouting with delight. Enjoy delicious dishes like grilled chicken skewers, steamed ginger-prawn dumplings, spicy beef brisket and noodles with eggs as well as dessert featuring pearl milk tea ice cream and sponge cake!
At the center of theater and drag queen district lies an ideal venue for an unforgettable evening out with friends or celebrating any special event – be prepared for plenty of genitalia talk and fierce queens!
Established by Hayne Suthon (who passed away in 2014), this East Village bar-restaurant was the first of its kind to showcase Asian drag queen and transgender waitstaff, bartenders, performers, waitstaff and performers as waitstaff, bartenders, wait staff, bartenders and performers. Now an equal parts restaurant, karaoke bar and comedy club, its shows delight both customers and passersby while simultaneously tackling homophobia and ignorance through law interactive shows that engage all age groups.
Journey NYC offers an interactive dining experience blending fine cuisine with fashion, technology and theatre. Chef Edward Hong oversees its New American menu featuring Korean influences – perfect for lunch at Journey’s Flatiron District venue collaborating with Broadway cast members, fashionistas and multi-media experts!
Depending on which room they select for dining, guests are treated to unique shows depending on where they decide to dine. The ticketed Journey Odyssey experience features floor-to-ceiling and tabletop 360 projection mapping that takes diners on an exotic five-country culinary journey narrated by Cady Huffman about an apprentice cook whose advancement depends on creating five perfect dishes from various exotic locales.
Journey Lounge, a bar with augmented reality, and Journey Epic Cafe offer unique culinary experiences, complete with quirky visuals accompanying each dish – making these venues great Instagrammable experiences.
As chef at Lima’s Central–which was recently named to the World’s 50 Best list–Virgilio Martinez knows all too well how to elevate food. But with his new restaurant Mil in Peru’s Sacred Valley just an hour and half drive from Cusco, his culinary mastery has reached new heights.
The dining room on Moray Hill sits high atop a hill overlooking its ruins and hosts two lunch sittings per day, serving an eight-course menu that explores local ingredients from ecosystems at different altitudes – think potatoes, wild chincho herb and fresh chaco clay; black quinoa tree tomatoed and Kaniwa corn; as well as preservation with sweet potatoes (uchucuta), oca and maize.
Attitude at this restaurant is very hands-on: Martinez and Pia Leon work closely with indigenous communities to preserve traditional cultivation techniques, research new varieties of crops and create their signature pink Maras salt. All products here are handcrafted on site – everything from the water sourced directly from pure Andean snowfall, all the way down to its famed pink maras salt!