Hoboken, New Jersey’s Tony Baloney’s is setting itself apart from other pizzerias with this massive pizza that’s topped with tacos and guacamole. Naturally, it was inspired by stoners. [click to continue…]

If you happen to be in the DC area, you simply must make your way to the Cherry Blossom Pub, which is taking over Southern Efficiency and Mockingbird Hill in Shaw until April 15. One half of the bar is all blossoms, while the other half is all Super Mario. Take a closer look in the video below. [click to continue…]

Starting on April 2nd, diners at Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk in Walt Disney World can share their “Bon Voyage Breakfast” experience with some popular Disney characters. [click to continue…]

Last summer Kellogg’s opened a cafe in Times Square that focuses entirely on cereal. Now they’re offering a limited-time Pop-Tart-themed menu that runs through Sunday, February 26th. The over-the-top menu includes everything from Pop-Tart “burritos” to Pop-Tart “pizza” for prices ranging from $8-$12. Check out more heavily quotation marked menu items below. [click to continue…]

You can make a burger with Lego bricks but you can’t make it taste good. That’s been the traditional wisdom up until the Brick Burger restaurant opened up in the Philippines last year. The restaurant is Lego-inspired in just about every way—including it’s burger design. Brick buns are available in yellow, black and red. But that’s not all… [click to continue…]

In addition to tasty noodles, the Fujigaya branch of ramen chain Chinrai, located in Chiba Prefecture’s Kashiwa City, gives you access to Batman’s personal bathroom. [click to continue…]


It looks like Detroit will be the best place to be drunk for New Year’s 2018. That’s because IHOP and Applebees are attempting to revitalize their business by joining forces to open their first combo restaurant inside the Millender Center sometime in late 2017.

The Detroit Free Press reveals that The 12,000-square-foot, 300 seat restaurant will employ 100 people. It will also feature “a coffee bar and Detroit-centric interior design”.

Apparently, the menu is still being developed…but think of the possibilities! With any luck, the concept will expand to other cities sometime in the near future.

(via Mashable)


I could look at this piece by the artist known on DeviantArt as Zen Master all day long. Apparently, it was done as a commission for the Storm Crow Alehouse, which seems like the closest thing you’ll get to visiting this fantasy tavern in real life.

Check out the full image below. Can you spot all of the characters and references? [click to continue…]


Redditor Joshua_Glock crowdsourced help when he spotted this sign at Yaya’s Thai Restaurant and and hundreds of people have weighed in on the answer with some very confusing words that I don’t understand.

Apparently, if you ask nicely they will tell you the password, but where’s the challenge in that?

(via Eater)


The bizarre viral hit Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen (PPAP) by Pikotaro is the inspiration for a pop-up cafe in Tokyo that will open on November 1st and run through November 20th. It will serve up a variety of items that include, you guessed it, pineapples and apples. The “pens” appear to be made of chocolate—so there was some attempt at restraint here.

Personally, I love this idea. There should be a pop-up restaurant in the states for every viral phenomenon. What would you serve at a Ken Bone-themed restaurant? Discuss.

Check out a picture of the PPAP Cafe’s offerings below. [click to continue…]