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Park Row: DC-inspired F&B experience taking reservations

Park Row, a DC-inspired gastronomic experience in London’s Soho, is now taking reservations for its bars, restaurants and Monarch Theatre.

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Park Row, the world’s first DC-inspired gastronomic experience, is now taking reservations ahead of the opening on August 10 on Brewer Street in Soho, London.

The immersive attraction has a Batcave alongside five restaurant and bar spaces, inspired by the likes of The Penguin, Harley Quinn, The Joker and Catwoman.

Park Row’s bar and restaurant spaces comprise Pennyworth’s, the Iceberg Lounge, Rogue’s Gallery, and Old Gotham City. The eatery is also home to the Monarch Theatre.

Opening on August 11, the Monarch Theatre is a 20-seat venue that will host a dining experience and tasting menu based on DC’s most iconic heroes and villains.

DC-inspired gastronomic experience

James Bulmer, chief creative officer of Wonderland Restaurants, said: “This is a project many years in the making, with every detail carefully thought out to deliver a unique experience for our guests.

“Trends in our sector are moving towards fun, immersive and experiential dining and our aim is to demonstrate this on a grand scale with exceptional food and drink to match.”

The British-themed Pennyworth’s bar and restaurant is named after Bruce Wayne’s butler, Alfred Pennyworth. It serves classic cocktails, caviar and Inishtree single malt whisky.

Founded by Oswald Cobblepot, the Iceberg Lounge features an ice sculpture of the Penguin and serves fresh fish from Gotham City Harbor as well as champagne and cocktails.

Rogue’s Gallery boasts an exhibition of Selina Kyle’s acquisitions, while Old Gotham City is a speakeasy inspired by the studies of Dr Pamela Isley and Dr Jonathan Crane.

Park Row bar and restaurant spaces

Park Row’s interiors were designed by Ab Rogers Design (ARD). The eatertainment attraction is a partnership between Warner Bros, DC and Wonderland Restaurants.

“I am still a child at heart, inspired by the greatest stories and storytellers,” Bulmer added. “For me, great food experiences are about unlocking guests’ emotions and creating edible memories.”

Elsewhere, Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel has opened at Disneyland Paris, showcasing a collection of contemporary art inspired by the Marvel Universe.

Avengers Campus recently opened to the public at Disney’s California Adventure. “We’re going to give you super powers,” said Brent Strong, executive creative director at Walt Disney Imagineering.

Images: Wonderland Restaurants

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A journalist specialising in entertainment and attractions, Bea loves theme parks (mainly Disney) and is particularly interested in things of a gothic, horror or fantasy nature.

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