Netflix, a streaming giant, has announced plans to take its content from screen to table. They are set to open a pop up restaurant this month where people can come in to enjoy numerous signature dishes from chefs featured on cooking shows.
It's true! Netflix will be launching its new popup restaurant on June 30 in Los Angeles. They say it will be named, Netflix Bites, and will feature culinary masterpieces from chefs featured on shows that are being streamed on the platform.
Some of the shows they plan to draw the dishes from include “Chef’s Table,” “Iron Chef,” “Is It Cake?” and “Drink Masters.”
Popular chefs will be seen. Already, Dominique Crenn and Curtis Stone have been confirmed to be participants.
East-West fusion master Ming Tsai and baker Nadiya Hussain will also participate in the limited-time pop-up.
"Bringing my love of food to people across the world is one of the biggest thrills of my life but this screen-to-table experience of giving fans a taste of what happens on camera is just awesome,” Stone has said.
So where can you find this novel popup project? The eatery will be found in the Short Stories Hotel in West Hollywood and will only be open from 5pm to 10 pm daily.
The Netflix Bites’ website claims there will be a menu available soon for those interested, reservations can be made on Resy.com.
Note that nonrefundable deposits of $25 per person will be demanded, but not to worry, it goes toward the final bills.