What brings delicious food to the next level? Presentation. Visuals of a meal can make or break your eating experience. Think of the mystery meat that lunch ladies from old TV shows served in school cafeterias. It was never appetizing. Now that we’re living in the Instagram era, we don’t just want edible-looking food. We want stylish food. Barton G. The Restaurant, a recipient of OpenTable’s Diner Choice Award of 2018, satisfies this craving by offering its dishes in the most creative ways. Prepare to drool as you take a peek at some of its menu items below.
Barton G.’s signature martini, Buddhalicious, arrives at your table with a gong and Buddha himself. Special ingredients include lychee purée and nitrogenized pear vodka. Oooh la la!
The appetizer, Laughing Bird Popcorn Shrimp, actually arrives in a movie theater popcorn machine. We’re laughing just thinking about it.
We bet the ribeye tastes amazing on its own. But we also bet a giant fork doesn’t hurt.
The Honey Bee My Surf N Turf is fish and veal lacquered in honey. Apparently, you’ll need a beekeeper hat with that!
The Lawn Moo-er is a selection of grilled, meaty goodies, of course, which they serve on a lawn mower. I repeat, A LAWN MOWER.
Get rich or
die trying just order the Dolla Dolla Bills Y’all dessert. It’s bougie chocolate ganache and dulce de leche tarte under a gold shell. It even comes with chocolate-filled golden nuggets. Dolla Dolla Bills Y’all is the totally extra treat we’re dying to try.
Feeling elitist? Order “Marie Antoinette’s Head – Let Them Eat Cake.” Devour it’s cotton candy hair and the vanilla panna cotta hidden in the banana shake.
Quit your cig addiction, and just try the El Cabanito instead. Chocolate cigars – ‘Nuff said.
By now, you’re probably dying to make reservations at Barton G.. Take note that it comes at a hefty cost. The restaurant acknowledges the future dent in your wallet on the envelope of the bill with its label, “THE DAMAGE.” Perhaps, you can avoid the splurge, since this hotspot only has two locations: Miami Beach and LA. Other majors city locations are currently in the works. As with any food trend, you can run, but you can’t hide.