Interstellar was a very strange movie. Some people loved it, some people hated it, a lot of people didn’t really get it the first time they watched it and they were too lazy to rewatch it again. But if there’s one thing we can all agree on – Interstellar had some pretty stellar visuals.
After all, it did get a BAFTA and an Oscar for Visual Effects. So if you want to relive some of that wonder you felt when watching the movie but in a more realistic setting, there’s a restaurant in Mexico you should definitely visit.
The restaurant is located in Mexico City, Mexico and it took three different creative studios to design this place located inside the Citibanamex Center. The idea was to design something that will offer a dining experience that will feel truly out of this world.
It took 250,000 uniquely designed and very specifically positioned LED lights to convert a 200 square meter room into something that looks like outer space magic. The lights line the walls and ceilings of the restaurant and create 3D shapes that truly change the space around them and make you feel like you might be floating in space. The tables here are mirrored so the reflections of the light only add to the overall magic of the place.
But it’s not all about lights, there’s also the famous bookshelf that’s been recreated to look similar to the one in the movie, complete with flying books suspended in midair to give you that feeling of weightlessness and zero gravity that is shown in the movie.
And on top of that, the actual food here is to die for and if you’re even in Mexico this place is a must-see. It’ll be an unforgettable experience you’ll remember for the rest of your life. Cause while you can rewatch the movie on DVD or online, nothing will compare to actually having a meal in a place that looks so out of this world and so stunning.
You’ll be telling your friends, family and co-workers about it for months afterwards and we bet they’ll be very jealous that they weren’t there with you to enjoy such an experience. In fact, we’d go as far as saying that it’s worth planning a trip to Mexico around this Interstellar themed gem.