When I went to Jekyll and Hyde in midtown Manhattan, I was super scared. There are talking pictures and moving pictures everywhere. There are all sorts of interesting and exciting things that might get you in the mood for a scary Halloween!
There are two Jekyll and Hyde locations in Manhattan. There's one that's really cool and scary near Sixth Avenue and West 57th Street, and another in Greenwich Village.
The one I went to first in midtown was more scary and exciting. What's cool about this restaurant is that you have to try to find the bathrooms. The entrances are hidden in the walls; you have to push the walls until you see a secret doorway. One time, I opened the boy's bathroom door by mistake! In the bar area, where the parents might sit, the stools move up and down when you least expect it. I think it might be a little scary for kids younger than 4.
Jekyll and Hyde Restaurant is at 1409 Avenue of the Americas; 212-541-9505; jekyllandhydeclub .com.
Jekyll and Hyde of Greenwich Village is at 91 Seventh Ave. S.; 212-989-7701; jekyllpub.com.
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