People travel for a variety of reasons, but if you find yourself in any of the following locations, I highly suggest checking out these unique restaurants. Some are creepy, others are just cool, and they all offer up yummy eats and drinks in uncommon settings!
Add these unique restaurants to your bucket list:
This Mexican restaurant, which was featured on South Park, has a 30-foot waterfall in it! So not only can everyone enjoy some yummy food while here, but they can also watch cliff divers and listen to live music.
This family-owned and -operated joint has been around since 1928, and the original location is The World’s Largest Drive-In Restaurant. It’s a go-to place for treats like burgers, fries, onion rings and chili/hot dogs!
A staple in the New Orleans French Market, this cafe is open 24 hours a day and seven days a week, meaning any time is a good time for a beignet.
This famous and haunted spot offers spooky special effects and characters like Claw the Gargoyle, Tobias the Werewolf and Dreadmina the Vampire.
Horror movie fans flock to this barbecue joint, which is housed in the original gas station from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre!
What started in Portland has spread so that more and more people can enjoy crazy doughnuts flavored with bubble gum dust, bacon, cereal and more.
Part café and part lab, this restaurant allows people to eat and drink alongside art, science and design experiences near MIT.
This inn is a Bavarian lodge, as well as a restaurant with authentic German dishes and olde worlde charm.
Ruth bought a Salt Lake Trolley car, which she lived in and worked out of, serving up pancakes, banana walnut bread pudding, burgers and more!
Dine at the Sweethearts Table, in The Attic or even in an old Refrigerator. Get your salad out of a shiny red 1952 MG-TD Roadster. Interact with pirates, princesses and other characters – all at this zany place.
You’ve found your food, now where about lodging? If you’re looking for some unique places to stay when you travel, this list has some awesome ideas!