The pandemic forced permanent closure of The Way Station, the self-described “nerd bar” in Brooklyn.
Distilleries and breweries inherently have a steampunk look. We have the photos to prove it.
Some places go to great expense to adopt steampunk designs — think Toothsome Chocolate Emporium in Orlando or Enigma Café in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. But if you’re a distillery or brewery, you can be steampunk without really trying.
The home of the Steampunk Tree House now has a new claim to fame, as it joined other distillers using their equipment to make hand sanitizer.
Universal Studios is planning a new Los Angeles-area location for The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen, the huge steampunk-themed eatery in Orlando.
Lincoln, UK hosts the gigantic Asylum Steampunk Festival, but there’s one place in town where steampunks are not welcome, at least not in costume.
A historic building in the Mile High City is home to a steampunk-inspired miniature golf course
Urban Putt, San Francisco’s steampunk-themed miniature golf course, has opened its second location about 1200 miles away in Denver’s LoDo (Lower Downtown) area. Urban Putt Denver occupies the historic Denver City Cable Railway Building.
Moe’s Grill chose the steampunk theme for its recently opened third location. The owners wanted “a look that was industrial yet warm and cozy.”
Cluj-Napoca, the largest city in Transylvania, is home to eye-catching steampunk eateries
Photo Gallery: Cluj-Napoca is the unofficial capital of Transylvania, the region known for its association with Bram Stoker’s Dracula. But the Romanian city is also a haven for steampunk-themed eating and drinking establishments.
“Pub Crawl: The Infinity Engine” is an immersive live action role-play experience with a back story involving a lost time-travel device.
The Black Monarch in Victor, Colorado is transforming into a Gothic/Victorian-style hotel, restaurant and event space. It’s allegedly haunted.