Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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A restaurant that only serves food from countries that are in conflict with the US? Lookin to start some beef?
Actually, quiet the opposite. Conflict Kitchen originated in 2010 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as a new way to educate people on old conflicts. The restaurant was created to inform people of why these conflicts exist. Not to add to them. Most millennials have no idea why the US and Cuba have had problems. So with every meal, you would get a pamphlet explaining the underlying issues. They also serve food from North Korea, Venezuelan, Iranian, Palestinian, Afghan, and, aboriginal.
Only serving one country or culture at a time, Conflict Kitchen would change the menu, décor, and entertainment every few months.
Unfortunately, Conflict Kitchen was closed in 2017.