Visiting a themed restaurant always boosts your dining experience up a notch. Not only do you get to enjoy the cuisine, but you also become immersed in the culture and decor that surrounds you. We found some of the coolest themed restaurants in Georgia that we are dying to share. Take a look.
1. Antico-Pizza Napoletana
Picture yourself transported to Naples, Italy, eating a delicious pizza pie right out of the woodburning oven. That's the kind of authenticity you'll experience at Antico-Pizza Napoletana.
2. Imperial Fez
Authentic Moroccan Cuisine right in the heart of Atlanta. This one-of-a-kind dining experience combines traditional Moroccan fare such as homemade hummus and braised lamb shank, with exotic entertainment and culture. Belly dancing, anyone?
3. 57th Fighter Group Restaurant
Filled to the brim with WWII decor, you can order up some good old American-style cuisine like beer cheese soup. Make sure you sit by the window, or on the patio, so you can watch planes taking off and landing nearby!
4. The Varsity
Officially dubbed the World's Largest Drive-in Restaurant, The Varsity has been serving up chili cheese dogs and fried pie since 1928. This hoppin' joint can entertain up to 600 cars at a time. That's a lot of burgers and fries!
5. Trader Vic's
If you're looking for a themed Polnesian dining experience, then Trader Vic's is your spot. With delectable tropical cocktails (you can drink out of a seashell!) and palm-thatched ceilings, this is a culinary adventure perfect for the entire family.
6. Der Biergarten
Willkommen! Have yourself some pretzels and a cold one at this genuine German restaurant and beer garden. Here you will find yourself surrounded by authentic Bavarian decor, from the hand-painted murals on the walls to the German-model train set circling above the seats!
7. Bone Garden Cantina
The mission when Bone Garden Cantina opened in 2008 was to serve genuine Mexican food every day, made from scratch. But besides the delicious cuisine, the restaurant is filled with colorful art and decor inspired by Mexico's famed holiday, Day of the Dead.
So there you have it. Seven of the best themed restaurants in Georgia. Have you been to any on the list? Share your experience in the comments below!