Glimpse real ultimate power in Manhattan
Is Ninja New York even a real restaurant? These are ninjas after all. You have just as much of a chance of watching the restaurant disappear in a smoke pellet cloud as you do of eating there. But there are actual reviews of the place, so people have to have eaten there before. And when they do, they find themselves under assault from the most pleasant ninjas around.
Dropping from the ceiling, sneaking up behind you, or performing magic as you feast on an Angus NY Strip Steak, you never have to worry about that awkward moment in every bad date where you realize that you only packed enough conversation to last ten minutes. Even if said date never texts you back, like Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman will “always have Paris,” you guys will always have ninjas.
Sadly, nobody has spotted Daredevil there yet. Guess he doesn’t go as far south as Tribeca.
Eat while the world ends
Everything seems fine when you go into the Disaster Café in Spain. Sure, naming the place “Disaster Café” is a little out of the ordinary, but when you glance at the outside of the place, which looks like someone converted a strip club into an Olive Garden and then abandoned it in 1987, “disaster” could have many meanings.
You ride down an elevator, you notice that some of the employees are dressed like a construction crew, and you get portions that are a little heavier than you’re used to. Portions that would look quite dramatic if they were to… become victim to violent shaking. And then, without any kind of warning, you experience a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Disaster Café has become extremely successful through answering the question “What would dinner be like if you ate it during a tragic natural disaster?”