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There's A Batman-Themed Restaurant In London Called Park Row

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There's A Batman-Themed Restaurant In London Called Park Row

There's a Batman-themed restaurant in London called Park Row, and it sounds like the perfect way to get in the mood for the forthcoming new flick The Batman after a trailer dropped this weekend. You can check out the restaurant in the video below:

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Park Row, located on Brewer Street in Soho, bills itself as the capital's 'first DC-inspired restaurant experience', with its website saying of the concept: "It is part of the Wonderland Restaurant group, a rich melting pot of some of the finest creative minds and storytellers from the world of food, film and magic.

"Our company's vision is to bring curiosity and wonderment to the dining experience in a way never seen before, and build an international portfolio of immersive food concepts around iconic brands, stories and characters."

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The Pennyworth's restaurant at Park Row. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
The Pennyworth's restaurant at Park Row. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon

Named after the area of Gotham North where Bruce Wayne's parents were killed in front of him, the basement complex comprises a number of separate restaurants and bars, and can welcome up to 330 guests.

Diners enter through a fake English library, opening up a bookcase that moves aside to be let in.

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Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
The blue cod dish is a 'nod to the Joker's infamous plot to poison the water of Gotham, mutating its sea life into diabolical Joker Fish'. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
The blue cod dish is a 'nod to the Joker's infamous plot to poison the water of Gotham, mutating its sea life into diabolical Joker Fish'. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon

As well as The Iceberg Lounge, a Penguin-themed cabaret bar complete with its very own ice sculpture, there's also a venue called Pennyworth's paying homage to Bruce Wayne's butler, the Old Gotham City late-night cocktail bar, a restaurant called Rogues Gallery as a nod to Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman), and a multi-sensorial restaurant space inside a large silver box, dubbed the Monarch Theatre.

Inside The Iceberg Lounge. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
Inside The Iceberg Lounge. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
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The Old Gotham City cocktail bar. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
The Old Gotham City cocktail bar. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon

The restaurant is a first launch for Wonderland Restaurants, which is described as a 'creative and innovation studio' for the food and beverage industry.

The website continues: "Wonderland Restaurants is a rich melting pot of some of the finest creative minds and storytellers from the world of food and magic.

"Our company's vision is to bring curiosity and wonderment to the hospitality sector in a way never seen before and build an international portfolio of immersive food concepts."

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Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
The Harley Quinn inspired bathroom. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon
The Harley Quinn inspired bathroom. Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon

Ahead of the opening, Wonderland Restaurants' Chief Creative Officer James Bulmer told Big Hospitality: "We are delighted to partner with Warner Bros to create their first immersive DC-inspired gastronomic restaurant experience found anywhere in the world.

"This is a project many years in the making, with every detail carefully thought out to deliver a unique experience for our guests.

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"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. 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."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@parkrowlondon

Topics: Food, UK News, Entertainment, TV and Film, Restaurant, Batman

Jess Hardiman
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