Now You Can Time Travel to a Doctor Who Restaurant in New York
The British television program Doctor Who used to be something of a niche affair, attracting science fiction enthusiasts only. In recent years, however, it has turned into a global pop culture phenomenon. Just how popular is the good doctor? Well, he just got his very own themed restaurant in rural New York.
The Pandorica, named after an infamous prison in Doctor Who lore, is the most Whovian-friendly eatery in the whole country and maybe the world. Housed in the quaint town of Beacon, the restaurant is decked out from head-to-toe in Doctor Who paraphernalia, from the TARDIS-shaped bathroom door to the themed mural on the wall. The food is also Who-centric, featuring series stand out dishes such as fish fingers (French toast sticks) and custard and tea.
So if you ever find yourself ninety minutes or so north of NYC, stop in and grab some grub. You can't battle The Daleks on an empty stomach, after all.