Few things can disrupt an elegant meal in a restaurant faster than someone yakking loudly on their cellphone. Rather than trying to impose a cellphone ban, a fancy Los Angeles eatery has taken a different approach, offering a 5% discount on your meal if you hand over your phone at the door.
Do you ever leave the house, only to worry that you forgot to turn something off? Well imagine what the owners of Clifton's Cafeteria in Los Angeles felt like when they uncovered a neon sign that has been running uninterrupted since 1935.
Some would say gaming is as much a part of life as having a good meal. For those who believe that (and are lucky enough to be in the vicinity of Tokyo), a visit to the Capcom Bar is a must see destination. Yes, it's that Capcom — maker of some of the most classic video game titles out there.
If you have nostalgia for the days when you could eat a three course meal on a plane while bumping elbows with your neighbor, head over to Runway 24 in Zurich Switzerland, a fine dining establishment stuffed inside a 1950s era Soviet Ilyushin IL-14 airliner.
What's better than fine dining in a swanky hotel suite? Fine dining at the At.mosphere, the world's highest restaurant in the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
We don't talk wine all that often (unless it comes stored in some futuristic case or served by a robot), but SD26 — a new restaurant in New York City — is giving us another good reason to: its electronic...