A DC UNIVERSE-Themed Restaurant Is Being Planned For Construction In The UK

Just when you think you’ve heard it all, a DC-themed restaurant is in-the-works. Providing it gets built, The UK-based eatery will a high-end cuisine stop. Get all the strange details after the jump...

The folks over at Bleeding Cool have broken a story regarding a DC World restaurant.

The details come from a planning petition, which is a means for authorization to begin construction on a site. They plan to alter very little regarding the architecture and design of the building, as it suits the sensibilities of the space they wish to open. They intend to make it a high-end cuisine restaurant.

Here are the pertinent details:


“The proposed design continues the use of the space as a high-end restaurant. The restaurant will be rooted within the DC Multiverse, taking visitors on a culinary adventure through the many fictional Universes famous for its superhero residents such as Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. The style and design of the DC Multiverse are heavily influenced by the Art Deco period with the style prominent within its publications and film and television work.

The restaurant will not be a ‘theme park’ with literal sets and costumes from the franchise, but it has the intention to invite guests to experience the DC Universe without breaking the fourth wall- the imaginary wall that separates the audience from the performance. Reflecting Oliver Bernard’s work, the design will be a contemporary interpretation of the Art Deco period. This approach will evoke a sense of atmosphere prevalent in DC and the Titanic Bar without resorting to pastiche, encapsulating the Art Deco ethos of endless possibilities- progression and forward movement of time.”

Well, that certainly sounds like a fascinating endeavor, so we’ll keep you posted on how this story progresses. There is currently no opening date, but let's see if this project comes to fruition.

What do you think? If you live in or are ever around the area, will you visit the restaurant if it opens? Sound off in the comments below.
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