Recently, a Stranger Things cafe was opened in Tokyo. Japanese fans of the sci-fi hit “Stranger Things” can chow down on demonic pasta and rock out to retro 1980s tunes at a pop-up cafe inspired by the Netflix horror drama!
The interior of the cafe has replicas of shops and sets from the show, set in the fictional U.S. town of Hawkins, Indiana, along with its dark-mirror underworld that the preteen protagonists call the “Upside Down.”
Patrons can take pictures next to the drama’s signature Demogorgon monster while songs from the show, such as Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill,” play in the background. Like, isn’t that cool?
Diners can nosh on food inspired by the show, such as squid-ink pasta arranged like the monster’s head or the waffles craved by the psychically powered star character Eleven.
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