Tim Burton-Inspired Restaurant Opening In New York City!
By Cooking Panda
A restaurant inspired by director Tim Burton is set to open soon in New York City.
Beetle House was founded by the owners of the Will Ferrell-themed restaurant, Stay Classy. As their first venture was quite successful, owners Zach Neil and Brian Link have created a locale that will please Halloween lovers of all ages, as the menu, drinks, and venue have been inspired by the work of Tim Burton.
The restaurant will launch its preview week on April 27 in the East Village at 308 East Sixth Street, as stated by the establishment official Facebook page. According to Beetle House NYC, the food menu consists of a fusion of American, Italian, European, and Latin dishes that will pay tribute to various characters in Tim Burton’s repertoire.
For those who wish to dine in the Halloween-inspired establishment, reservations are required and can be made through the official website and Facebook page. Nevertheless, certain main course dishes and other items will also be available for delivery.
Including dishes with names such as Edward Burger Hands and Eggs Skellington, the menu will surely appeal to Halloween lovers of all ages. A variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be available, also known as “poisons, potions, & elixirs,” as reported by Gothamist.
According to the Facebook page, the restaurant may also include a theater and theme park. To find out more details as they are revealed, text “preview” to 646-510-4786
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