We’ve all gotten so used to at-home entertainment during the pandemic, whether it’s virtual events, streaming, or takeout. And as much as we love having the ability to go out to do things in-person these days, some nights we still want to stay in. Next time you’re feeling the same way, you should check out Nordo’s Room Service.

If the name sounds familiar it’s probably because you’re thinking of Cafe Nordo. Ding ding ding! Nordo’s Room Service brings the same level of experience you get at the cafe to your home in the form of a cinematic mystery-in-a-box. It’s an experience that fuses theatrical storytelling with whodunit intrigue plots for an at-home game night unlike any you’ve had before.

Recent Posts:
A mini replica Bates Motel has popped up in Seattleā€™s Queen Anne neighborhood
Get spooked at a massive Halloween rave happening at WaMu theatre this month

So far Nordo’s Room Service has created three different boxes each with a unique goal and theme. They include “Do Not Disturb” in which you must unlock a spectral curse; “Witching Hour” in which you must cast a spell to solve a riddle and decipher secret codes; and the latest, “The Interrogation of Alice” in which you must solve the future crimes of Alice. As you might have guessed, it’s inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.

They cost $126-$162 depending on how big your party is with a max party size of 4.

The boxes experiences are meant to be cast to your TV or laptop so that you can follow along with the story. Plus you can even order food for an additional cost ($14-$70) if you live in Seattle and each box has a different menu in order to make things truly unique.

If you’d like to learn more or order your own box you can click here. Keep in mind you can also send these boxes across the nation so consider buying one for family or friends as a unique gift.