“Copper Canyon Cocktail Bar” is a concept design created by the studio Tall Arquitectos who want to build a restaurant sit cliff-side and overlook the Basaseachic Falls of Mexico. According to the studio, the bar comprises two levels, with the first floor featuring a bar and dining area where tables are positioned near and around the perimeter to ensure unforgettable views during the meal. It is worth mentioning, part of its flooring is glass, which allows guests to see valley below. The second level – observation deck is more relaxed and features tables, chairs, couches and a pool. Food, drinks, swimming and spectular view, what can be more relaxing and enjoying than that.
Japan is a place full of bizarre stuff. There is nothing worth suprising if you see something unusual there, just like the snake cafe in Tokyo’s Harajuku shopping district where display 35 non-venomous snakes of 20 different breeds. Alougth, I am not that type of people who can enjoy their food while looking at these cold blood animal slithering around. The apparently, this snake cafe is quite popular, especially for those teenages. Open six days a week, the cafe allows customers to enjoy food and beverages while watching a small snake slither around in a cage on their table for a 1,000 yen (8.04 dollars). By paying an additional fee, customers get to hold and pet the snake. When ask the cafe owner why to open a cafe like this, the owner said “I was initially interested in environment conservation, and in that context, I wanted to show people the good parts about animals”.
If you are a hello kitty fan and happen to live / visit Hong Kong, here is an existed new for you – the first ever Chinese restaurant entirely inspired by the celebrity cartoon cat will be open in Hong Kong, June 1, 2015. The feline-featured restaurant will feature an incredible 37 dishes, about half of which will be in the shape of the cartoon cat. The menu – along with the cat’s famous bows and whiskers – will include prawn dumplings and steamed buns, along with sponge cakes and lotus paste buns. It is said, these specially made dim sum are extremely complicated to make, some even requires 17 different steps to prepare. But despite the intricate preparation process, Hello Kitty fans will be pleased to know that lunch will only set them back between $9 and $18, while dinner will cost between $12 and $24. Besides the food, the whole restaurant is decorated with Hello Kitty theme. From the wall to table, from window to floor, from waitress’s uniform to washroom sign, the celebrity cat is everywhere. The June opening is expected to draw hundreds of the world’s biggest Hello Kitty fans to Hong Kong’s busy Canton Road, where it will be located.
Naturally lit by the aqua marine reflection from the waters, the Summer Cave might be one of the most romantic restaurants in the world, which is at the cavernous sea grotto in Southern Italy and open only during the summer months. Dimly lit and outfitted with furnishings made simply from natural materials in order to blend in with its unique surroundings, the restaurant sits just below the hotel and boasts magnificent views. [source]