Netflix will open a restaurant themed with food from its series

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Netflix will open a restaurant themed with food from its series
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Although Netflix is ​​struggling to stay at the top of streaming platforms, which means that it has to take drastic measures like blocking password sharing, there is no denying that the service has built a solid base of intellectual properties, which already appear among some of pop culture’s most beloved franchises.

As a way to add even more value to its brands, the platform announced this week that it will open a themed restaurant with a menu full of inspirations in its authorial series.

Fans of Netflix’s Chef’s Table, Iron Chef and other culinary shows will soon be able to visit Netflix Bites, which is being called “an elevated dining experience” by the platform. The chefs from these various Netflix shows will be cooking up delicious dishes at the limited-time restaurant when it opens June 30 in Los Angeles.

A special dinner menu will be created, and even some fan-favorite mixologists will be on hand to make the drinks.

The full list of Netflix chefs participating in Netflix Bites includes Curtis Stone (Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend), Dominique Crenn (Chef’s Table, Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend), Rodney Scott (Chef’s Table: BBQ) , Ming Tsai (Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend), Ann Kim (Chef’s Table: Pizza), Nadiya Hussain (Nadiya Bakes), Jacques Torres (Nailed It!) and Andrew Zimmern (Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend) .

Mixologists on Netflix’s Drink Masters include Frankie Solarik, Julie Reiner, LP O’Brien and Kate Gerwin.

Netflix has increasingly invested in ways to get closer to its fans through public events. Soon, we will have a new face-to-face edition of TUDUM in São Paulo, which will feature the presence of many international artists and promises to be a great celebration of the films and series on the platform.

Will we have a Europeian version of this Netflix restaurant?

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