Successful restaurants serve more than just good food — they also provide an experience for diners. But, what happens when restaurants take that a step further in an effort to separate themselves from the competition? You get your meals served in a secret hideaway, a cave, and in some cases, even a bed. Here’s a list of the top 10 strangest restaurants in the U.S.
1. The Cave
Found in Richland, Missouri, the restaurant’s name says it all. It seats about 225 overlooking the Gasconade River and, of course — it’s in a cave. You can expect waterfalls, fish ponds, and food ranging from jalapeño poppers to breaded mac ’n’ cheese, according to the Huffington Post. Feeling ambitious? The Cave offers a meal called the Stalegmite, a giant burger served with a whole loaf of french bread, 4 pounds of ground beef, 16 slices of various cheeses, and a pound of french fries. If you eat the meal within 30 minutes, it’s free.