We go out to eat not only for convenience’s sake, but also for a fun experience. You can sit at a regular old table and chairs any day of the week in the comfort of your own home; it’s fun to immerse yourself in a totally unique atmosphere while enjoying delicious meals with family or friends. Here are some of the best themed restaurants in Pennsylvania.
1. The Library, Pittsburgh
The Library is a popular restaurant and bar located on East Carson Street in Pittsburgh. With literary-themed menu items and books stacked around, it is a bibliophile's dream.
2. DJ's Taste of the 50's, Lancaster
DJ's Taste of the 50s has been serving up retro vibes since 2008, when it opened. Enjoy its 50s decor and delicious menu of sweet American foods.
3. Moshulu, Philadelphia
The theme of Moshulu is simple, really: I'm on a boat. The restaurant is located on board the world's oldest and largest square rigged sailing vessel, and offers mouth-watering gourmet cuisine.
4. White Dog Cafe, Wayne and Philadelphia
With two locations in the Philadelphia area, White Dog Cafe is a name known among locals. The incredible restaurant is, appropriately, dog-themed; portraits and icons of canines cover the restaurant's walls.
5. The Bookstore Speakeasy, Bethlehem
Take a step back to the 1920s at the Bookstore Speakeasy in Bethlehem. It doubles as a bar and a restaurant, with frequent jazz performers and prohibition-era cocktails.
6. Cooper's Seafood Restaurant, Scranton
Have you ever wanted to be a pirate? If the answer is aye, then Cooper's may be the place for you. Bon arrrrr-petit.
7. Bube's Brewery, Mount Joy
Bube's Brewery is home to four different dining areas, each emulating a 19th century atmosphere. The most distinctive, however, is the Catacomb Restaurant, which is located underground in an old catacomb.
8. The Firehouse Restaurant, Harrisburg
The Firehouse is a great spot for a casual dinner in what is definitely a memorable atmosphere. The restaurant is located inside an old firehouse, but not just any old firehouse: it is the second oldest in the state of Pennsylvania.
9. The Tomcat Cafe, Sinking Spring
The funky ambiance and jazz-era theme of the Tomcat Cafe will keep you coming back for more. It's a busy restaurant, and for good reason: its unique and delicious Cajun and Creole menu, along with its eclectic atmosphere, is unique and satisfying.
10. Conflict Kitchen, Pittsburgh
The Conflict Kitchen in Pittsburgh is a restaurant unlike any other in the world. It serves only cuisine of counties that the United States is in conflict with. It also hosts events and sponsors educational materials about the culture of these countries. Currently, Conflict Kitchen is serving up Iranian cuisine.
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