The Netflix Bistro: Where Streaming Meets Gourmet

Netflix is opening its first-ever restaurant, Netflix Bites, in Los Angeles as a pop-up restaurant. The restaurant will feature creations from chefs featured on shows available on the streaming service, including “Chef’s Table,” “Iron Chef,” “Is It Cake?” and “Drink Masters”. Michelin-starred chefs Dominque Crenn and Curtis Stone are among the chefs participating, along with East-West fusion master Ming Tsai and baker Nadiya Hussain.

The restaurant will be open daily from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and serve brunch on Saturday and Sunday. The menu is still under wraps, and Netflix has not disclosed pricing. Reservations are open on According to the description, reservations are limited, and the restaurant will only be open for a limited time. Netflix is creating an in-person experience where fans can immerse themselves in their favorite food shows

The restaurant is described as an “elevated dining experience” that will give “fans and foodies alike a one-of-a-kind restaurant experience”. Netflix has launched immersive experiences based on shows before, including “Stranger Things,” “Squid Game,” “Bridgerton,” and “Money Heist,” but this is the first time that Netflix is stepping into the restaurant business. Blockbuster has trolled Netflix for opening its own restaurant, joking that “Netflix will kick you out of the restaurant if you share anything from your plate”

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