It’s time to get your streaming service-inspired grub on with a hip new pop-up restaurant that will be as much about the cuisine as it is the Insta-posts and stories you’ll be sharing as you enjoy your meal – or rather before you dig in. Netflix has been working on a new project, and Netflix Bites is coming together for an opening on June 30.
As foodies everywhere know, Netflix has several options for cooking and baking-inspired series; from Nailed It! to Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend, we’ve seen some of the best, brightest, and brave chefs and bakers as they attempt to win competitions with various levels of knowledge and skill level. What better way to combine some of the most well-known reality cooking show contestants than by ideating a pop-up restaurant; skillfully named, of course?
The streaming giant shares the following description for Netflix Bites:
“Netflix Bites is an exclusive dining experience in Los Angeles serving up cuisine from the world-renowned chefs you’ve seen on Netflix. Our Michelin star-studded menu shows off the unique specialties and perspectives of fan-favorite chefs.”
Variety shares the following beloved contestants that will be part of the pop-up: Ming Tsai, Rodney Scott, Curtis Stone, Andrew Zimmern, Ann Kim, Nadiya Hussain, Jacques Torres, Dominique Crenn, and more will come together to create an awe-inspiring menu.
Josh Simon, VP of consumer products, shared his excitement with the outlet:
“Netflix is already a destination for beloved food programming, from documentaries to competition shows. From episode to entrée, with Netflix Bites we are creating an in-person experience where fans can immerse themselves in their favorite food shows. We are excited to collaborate with these incredible chefs who will bring this vision to life and showcase an array of their delicious menus.”
As Netflix shares, the pop-up will open on June 30 at the Short Stories Hotel in Los Angeles, CA – and reservations are open now, so you’d better act fast. After all, this is a culinary adventure you won’t want to miss.