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With all the restaurants on the scene, there are those that have come up with over-the-top themes in order to stand out.
Apart from the tasty food they serve, theyve drawn customers and have kept them coming back because of their unusual interiors and wacky table-side antics.
That said, here are 15 of the craziest restaurants in the US.
1. Ninja New York
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Spawned by the original Ninja in Japan, Ninja New York opened its doors in Manhattan in 2006. The restaurant was built to look like a village in feudal Japan and features servers acting like ninjas. That means they sometimes pop out of the secret walls built along the dining areas and startle customers. Sometimes, they also dazzle them with their so-called ninja skills. As for the food, the place serves hearty mostly-Japanese fare such as an assortment of sushi. Of course, theres also a Ninja Burger and the Katana, which is a huge piece of steak topped with teriyaki sauce.
2. Safe House
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Located in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this spy-themed restaurant is true to form. Its housed in a building bearing the sign, International Exports Ltd. Its been open since 1966 and has amused generations of diners with its secret passageways and memorabilia from spy movies and literature. Its food and drinks pay homage to iconic film spies, as well. One popular drink is The Great Spytini, which is done just the way James Bond likes his martini shaken, not stirred.
3. Red Planet Diner
If youre in Sedona, Arizona, you cant miss this diner. For starters, it has a flying saucer fountain in its parking lot. Inside, it boasts of alien spaceships with alien dummies on board. Its walls also showcase Martian murals. It cooks up the usual diner delights with a twist. Care for a Red Planet Burger or an Eclipse Veggie Burger?
4. Bavarian Inn
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Youd feel like youre in a cottage somewhere in Germanys countryside when you step into the Bavarian Inn in Frankenmuth, Michigan. Naturally, the restaurants servers are clad in dirndl and lederhosen costumes. You can have your fill of beer, bratwurst, and other German delicacies such as the schnitzel.
5. Jekyll & Hyde Club
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Its entrance is definitely one of this New York restaurants attractions. The only way to get inside the Jekyll & Hyde Club is through a secret London phone booth. Once inside, you can enjoy the Jekyll & Hyde Steakhouse Burger amid spooky animatronics. The ghoulish vibe is straight out of the iconic tale, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson.
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