photo – nytimes.com
The 180 year old Kalin Tavern somehow managed to get itself into a bit of a fix. You see, its customers can start their meal in Slovenia, cross the room, and finish it in Croatia (the owner even painted a bright yellow line across the floor to mark the spot). This, of course, wouldn’t be as much of an issue if it weren’t for the fact that Slovenia is in the European Union and Croatia is not. It just puts a bit of strain on their political relationship, which translates into some confusing moments when tipsy Slovenians accidently go out the wrong door and wind up running into the less than impressed Croatian border patrol.
photo – inventorspot.com
This concept restaurant is based on the “Ogori System”. In Japanese “ogori” means to treat somebody else food”. In other words, you order your food…for the next person.
photo – thetravelingdork.com
At this restaurant, located a few hours north of Manila in the Philippines, you’ll have the chance to blow off all that steam from a hard days work before sitting down to dinner with your family. The outlet comes in the form of a wall upon which patrons shatter plates, glasses, and even TVs. The best part? You don’t have to worry about cleaning it up.
photo – waffleshop.org
Found in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Conflict Kitchen only serves the local cuisine of nations that are currently at odds with the United States.
photo – vacationideas.me
As one of the world’s most intense restaurants where else would El Diablo be but sitting on the tip of a volcano? And what’s more, when your restaurant is precariously situated over a deep well of lava, who needs to buy an oven? These are all good questions and the owners of this smokin’ hot grill answered correctly when they opened it on top of the Islote de Hilario volcano.