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Envisioning a unique restaurant concept for your new business is no easy task. The most successful restaurant concepts are ones that provide diners with an experience they’ll never forget, yet market saturation is making it more difficult to deliver an experience that is truly unique.

So what’s a new restaurant owner to do? Well, first you need some inspiration. So we’ve put together a list of 10 innovative restaurant concepts to get your creative juices flowing.

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant—Rangali Island, Maldivesrestaurant

No need to waterproof your cell phone to take photos in here. Located at the Conrad Maldives, Rangali Island Resort is a gorgeous and intimate underwater restaurant (seating capacity is 14 people) that is more than 16 feet below sea level. Opened in 2005, the all-glass restaurant has a menu consisting of fresh seafood, beef rib eye, veal, and other gourmet dishes. Encased in a transparent acrylic roof, the restaurant offers its diners a 270-degree panoramic view of sea creatures swimming in the Maldives’ crystal clear waters. While a zinc paint coating protects Ithaa’s steel structure from corrosion, the saltwater and marine growths adhering to the paint will eventually break it down. Make a reservation while you still can.

 

Dinner in the Sky—Montreal, Canada

Got an appetit.inner in the Sky—Montreal, Canadae for high altitude? Originating in Belgium, the concept for this novelty-based mobile restaurant involves a crane hoisting guests, who are securely strapped into “dining chairs” 160 feet up in the air, along with a table, wait staff, and everything that’s required to enjoy a meal floating above the ground. Image result for dinner in the sky restaurantDinner in the Sky has gained popularity worldwide and is now offered for limited run periods in cities around the globe, including Montreal. Don’t miss these places you need to go in 2018.inner in the Sky—Montreal, Canada

Redwoods Treehouse—Warkworth, New Zealand

You already know about the magnificent sites in the Redwood National and State Parks in California, but the trees near Warkworth are famous for an entirely different reason. It’s called Redwoods Treehouse. Image result for redwoods treehouse restaurantBuilt in 2008, the pod-shaped structure is situated over 32 feet above the ground in a Redwood tree in the town of Warkworth, north of Auckland. Diners access the venue via an elevated treetop walkway built of redwood milled on site. The striking venue is used exclusively for private functions and events, with a capacity of 30 guests. These hotels around the world all have stunning views, too.

 

Cat Café Nekorobi—Tokyo, Japan

If watching cat videos gets you in a good mood, this unusual coffee shop will make you swoon with joy and cuteness. Nekorobi is a hip cat café located in the entertainment district of Ikebukuro where you can spend time with friends of the feline kind.Image result for cat cafe nekorobi restaurant Patrons enter through modern glass doors into a dimly lit joint where cats prowl and sprawl out, and where a drinks dispenser vending machine offers a variety of hot and cold beverages including coffee, royal milk tea, green tea, and instant miso soup. Visit in the evening and you’ll have a chance to witness the dinnertime ritual where the kitties feast on cat food in glass food bowls arranged in a circle around a floor lamp. For feline lovers, this place is no doubt the “cat’s meow.”

 

The Bubble Room—Captiva Island, Florida

Opened in 1979, this eclectic restaurant decorated with classic toys from the 1930s and 1940s started as a small one-room eatery, and today has grown into a multi-themed restaurant occupying all three stories of the house it originated in. Staff are known as “bubble scouts,” each wearing a different crazy hat. Moving trains are on all three floors and photographs of old-time movie scenes and stars adorn every available wall space. Image result for the bubble room restaurant“It’s always Christmas at the Bubble Room” is a theme made evident by the presence of the many Father Christmases, the Elf Room, and year-round Christmas lights. Music from the 1920s to 1940s serves as the soundtrack for The Bubble Room, and the bright and cheerful pastel colors of the venue make it a near-hallucinatory experience. Favorites on the current menu are original items offered since the restaurant’s early days such as Socra cheese (a cheese served flamed tableside), Bubble Bread, and many of the colossal-sized desserts.

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