Unless you are an unreasonably attractive young doctor who plays by your own set of rules, you probably hate hospitals. They are creepy. They can’t help it; it’s just a fact. One restaurant in Latvia, however, has embraced hospital culture.
Introducing the appropriately named Hospitalis. This Latvian bistro looks like a haunted mental asylum from 1920, with white walls and ceilings, surgical books strewn about and, just in case you weren’t already scared, food served in the shape of body parts. The staff are dressed like nurses or surgeons, and
patients customers enjoy their meals while wearing straitjackets.
They have a fully stocked bar so if you ever are in Latvia and feel like getting drunk while in a straitjacket, you know where to go.