Medieval Restaurant, Riga on GlobalGrasshopper.com
Food is served in surgical utensils, and drinks are served in test tubes, vials and I.V. bags. Spoons and fork are replaced by syringes and scalpels. Hospitalis also has a small “crazy menu” with entrees like liver-filled quail that are prepared in such a way as to resemble body parts
The in-store visual merchandising of the Hospitalis Restaurant in Riga, Latvia, is decorated as an hospital. Waitresses are dressed like nurses and bartenders are wearing lab coats. Meals are eaten with surgical utensils and served in stainless steel dishes. As for drinks, there are served in medical beakers and test tubes. All medical-related accessories have been supplied by real hospitals and Latvia's Museum of the History of Medicine.
The Hospitalis restaurant in Riga, Latvia. Surgeons serve wine and cocktails in medical beakers, test tubes and even IV drips
Bar Medieval - Riga, Letônia
Atmospheric Basement of the Medieval Restaurant, Old Town, Riga, Latvia by Bencito the Traveller, via Flickr. I like the stone walls, beamed ceiling, the plank door, the crest wall hanging, and the candle light.