This Pizzeria Will Deliver Pizza and a Vampire Mystery Game to Keep You Busy During Quarantine

Kelly Allen
Photo credit: @vampire.pizza/Instagram
Photo credit: @vampire.pizza/Instagram

From House Beautiful

Immersive pop-up restaurant experiences generally happen in, you know, a restaurant. But one Los Angeles pizzeria is taking that concept to the next level by delivering dinner and a vampire mystery game for customers to engage with at home.

The Vampire (dot) Pizza concept was created by interactive-experience developer Josh Sugarman and the Los Angeles-based pizzeria Ghost Pizza Kitchen, according to Insider. Here’s how it works: You can either order a box that serves two people or four people. Food-wise, the party of two box comes with a medium pizza of your choice, salad, and dessert for $32.99 per person. The party of four box includes the same food but doubled and costs $27.99 per person. Each box comes with a mystery game led by the fictional character Belle, who owns the pizza shop Belle’s Family Kitchen.

The game involves solving puzzles and completing challenges. It takes about 60 to 90 minutes and ends with a cliffhanger for future additions to the game, Insider reports. The food and game are delivered by “delivery vamps” in costume to further add to the experience. Contactless delivery and pickup options are also available.

The immersive experience is currently sold out in L.A., but new sale dates are coming soon. It's also available in Las Vegas, where it isn't sold out yet. The creators are working on expanding to other cities, too. Want to try? You can submit your city for consideration here.

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