Art & Culture

There's An 'Interstellar' Themed Restaurant In Mexico

Andrew Parker
Jan 05, 2020

If you’re a true fan of the movie ‘Interstellar’ then you might want to start looking up cheap flights to Mexico. Because a restaurant based on the 2014 Christopher Nolan film was recently opened in Mexico City and is basically a dream come true for every sci-fi geek.

The establishment’s decor aims to mimic the starry void of outer space. There are a total of 250,000 LED lights installed, which reflect off the restaurant’s large mirrored tables, creating an ethereal and otherworldly atmosphere. There are books suspended from the ceiling to evoke a sense of gravity loss, but also as a tribute to one of the most memorable, final scenes of the film.

To sum it up, this restaurant appears to be 220 sq meters of pure science fiction heaven and the perfect destination for film buffs and their families. It’s the perfect spot to take any friends or family who are lovers of the sci-fi genre or just happen to love eating in movie-themed restaurants. And honestly, who wouldn’t love a dining experience that is both unique and delicious? We can’t think of anyone.

So if you do find yourself in Mexico and just happen to have a free night off, you might want to check out this cool restaurant. It would be the perfect way to end a day full of adventures. Because whether you’ve been touring the country’s ancient ruins or getting some much-needed rest and relaxation at the beach, enjoying a meal in a foreign country is one of the best ways to experience the local culture. Let’s just hope the length of the film isn’t any indication of the food waiting time – Interstellar was almost three hours long. Although if the food is anything like the film, it will have been well worth the wait.