Named after an area of Batman’s fictional hometown Gotham City, Park Row consists of five different dining areas, all offering different styles of food and drink; what they all have in common however, is that they take their inspiration from the iconic characters and stories from DC. From Harley Quinn-themed dishes to a lounge inspired by Batman villain The Penguin, everything at Park Row is geared towards gastronomic storytelling and playfulness.
Set in a Grade II-listed building the multi-room space is as Art Deco styled as Gotham City itself. Featuring a secret entrance modelled on the Batcave, which leads you into the main dining room. There's Pennyworth’s – named after Batman’s butler Alfred Pennyworth - serving historically-inspired British dishes; and Rogues Gallery, an luxurious space that pays homage to Gotham's most famous art thief Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman). Or if you want something a bit more immersive, head over to the Monarch Theatre which offers a multi-sensory tasting menu (£195) complete with 360-degree projection mapping technology and immersive courses.
If you’re more about drinking, Park Row has plenty to offer in that department too with speakeasy-styled Old Gotham City serving creative cocktails alongside a selection of sharing plates. Alternatively there is The Penguin’s Iceberg Lounge which serves a variety of different drinks and international food alongside live entertainment. This impressive venue - the world’s first DC Comics restaurant - has an impresssive team with chefs Kim Woodward (formerly of The Savoy) for Park Row and Karl O'Dell (Texture, Petrus) for The Monarch.
All-star dining, cape crusaders, showtime!