CLEVELAND, Ohio – Now there’s a restaurant coming for those who like Legos: The pop-up Brick Burger – billed as a Lego-inspired burger joint – is scheduled to be open in Cleveland in November.
The eatery is slated to be available Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 4-5.
Described as an “immersive and whimsical” location, it combines the colorful building-block activity and gourmet burgers. Buns are designed in the shape of Lego pieces. Crispy chicken fillet and veggie options will be available.
The restaurant is designed to allow customers to design and build, with Lego-themed furniture and a brick-building station available. Brick-building competitions also will be offered.
Hidden, a company that offers immersive pop-up experiences with assorted themes, is behind the eatery.
Specific address for the pop-up has not been announced. Admission tickets online are $47 and include a burger and drink (soft drink, beer or wine). Email [email protected] for details.
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