SpongeBob themed restaurant arrives in SP in April – 03/26/2024 – Restaurants

SpongeBob themed restaurant arrives in SP in April – 03/26/2024 – Restaurants


São Paulo should have a restaurant themed around the cartoon “Sponge Bob” in April. The establishment will be in the Vila Nova Conceição neighborhood, in the south of São Paulo. The news was announced on the character’s official Instagram profile.

“The bottom of the sea is coming to São Paulo in April, and of course SpongeBob will be responsible for bringing this underwater adventure to everyone!”, says the text of the post. “Get ready to have fun with delicious dishes designed by our own Mestre Cuca!”

The cartoon, created in 1999, was the most watched animated series on the Nickelodeon channel for 20 consecutive years and won over fans all over the world. Released in more than 170 countries and translated into more than 29 languages, the character established himself in pop culture and even won a musical theater play on Broadway in 2017, which arrived in Brazil in 2023.

Bob Esponja – Burguer & Restaurante is the franchise’s first official restaurant in the world and will have two floors. With more than 1,000 m² of capacity for 254 people, the venue will have themed spaces, three food operations, two kids spaces and a store for those who want to buy official products from the TV series.

Customers will be able to choose to eat at the hamburger restaurant, which has 144 seats, at the Holandês Voador Lounge, with capacity for 40 people and a special menu, with starters and drinks, or at Casa do Bob Esponja, which seats 70 people and offers a themed menu.

The menu with dishes linked to the theme will be created by chef Heaven Delhaye. Owner of four restaurants in Rio de Janeiro, she was a participant in the third season of Masterchef Profissionais, a judge on The Rolling Kitchen Brasil and winner of the Pasta World Championship in 2019.

The venture was developed by the company Fan&Food, a pioneer in the gastronomic entertainment scene in Brazil, together with Nickelodeon and Paramount, which retains the rights to the character.


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