We set out to redefine themed dining and elevate food and drink to what we now term ‘theatrical gastronomy’. Here, we have created two subtly inspired DC restaurants and bars where the fans and non-fans alike will have an amazing experience. There is no acting, expect no DC characters, for at Park Row we want you to have stepped off the streets of Soho and feel like you’re dining in a restaurant in Gotham City, set within a Grade II, beautifully decorated art-deco venue. If you are a big fan of DC, there are upwards of 50 easter eggs and nods to DC Comic lore.
Within Park Row we have the incredible Iceberg Lounge at Park Row a modern Japanese restaurant from Oswald Cobblepot, also known as The Penguin. Guests can indulge in a mix of small and large plates to share, along with a range of Japanese delicacies as the menu moves between Youkoso starters, salads, small plates, Hot Shuko including Kushiyaki skewers, Tempura, Gyoza and Bao, Sashimi, Oysters, Caviar and large plates including Alaskan King Crab, Wagyu steaks and Miso marinated black cod.
Alongside The Iceberg Lounge sits The Monarch Theatre, subtly paying homage to some of DC universe’s most iconic heroes and villains. Ten dishes with paired wines take guests on a culinary and visual journey with the help of floor-to-ceiling screens and 360-degree projection mapping. Truly a one-of-a-kind gastronomic show, with carefully crafted staging and immersive courses that play with the senses. The experience is abundantly rich in storytelling, of characters good, evil and the blurred lines in between.
The Iceberg Lounge and The Monarch Theatre at Park Row are part of the Wonderland Restaurant group, a rich melting pot of some of the finest creative minds and storytellers from the world of food, film and magic.
Our company’s vision is to bring curiosity and wonderment to the dining experience in a way never seen before, and build an international portfolio of immersive food concepts around iconic brands, stories and characters.