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Feel like traveling for a little dessert breakfast? This delicious looking keyboard waffle dessert is served in the cafe at the Nexon Computer Museum in South Korea.

Not only do you get a keyboard waffle, but you get a pastry mouse and some delectable looking sides.

See more pictures after the break and try not to drool.

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The “Metal Gear Cafe” recently opened as a pop-up restaurant in Paris, featuring such menu items as “Le Big Boss Burger”, “Hot Diamond Dogs”, Phantom cocktails, and Mother Base-themed desserts. The cafe is filled with Metal Gear Solid memorabilia for sale, a playable arcade console, and it’s completely decked out in MGS decor.

The cafe is only open until the release of the new game on September 1st. I can’t help but wonder if the wait staff is trained to repeat your order as a question.

Check out all more photos from inside and outside the Metal Gear-themed cafe after the break.

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international peace day mcwhopper

We all know that Burger King and McDonald’s have been bitter rivals for decades. The Big Mac vs. Whopper debate is just one of many in the battle known as the “Burger Wars”.

Surprisingly, Burger King extended an olive branch to their competitor and suggested they call a cease fire and work together to sell a McWhopper hybrid burger. It would be available for one-day-only in honor of Peace One Day, a nonprofit group that works to raise awareness of the International Day of Peace.

BK set up a fantastic website with the proposal at and took out full-page ads in both the New York Times and Chicago Tribune with an open letter to McDonald’s. Honestly, it’s pretty amazing and all McDonald’s would need to do is say “yes.”

Unfortunately, it turns out that giving peace with BK a chance isn’t what Mickey D’s had in mind.

Read more after the break…


Yes, I wrote “official” and “three”.

JT Network–owner of a large chain of DC Comics Super Hero retail stores scattered throughout Singapore, China, Macau, Hong Kong and Malaysia–also owns two officially licensed DC Comics Super Hero Cafes in Malaysia. Kusto Lifestyle Concepts is currently aiming to open a third restaurant in Singapore on September 1.

The restaurant, which will be based at The Shoppes in Marina Bay Sands, will offer a preview of its menu at the annual Epicurean Market this coming weekend. DC fans can expect to enjoy such delights as the Aquaman Justice Prawn Cocktail, Superman Man of Steel BBQ Chicken Burrito and the Dark Knight Mini Wagyu Beef Burger. The other cafes feature items like a Wonder Woman turkey roll and Green Arrow Mint Tea.

Check out some pics of the food after the break…

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While the majority of people are probably sad to see Jon Stewart leave The Daily Show, you have to figure that some people are thrilled. Most notably, Fox News and Arby’s. If you’re a regular viewer, you know that Arby’s has been a running joke on TDS for years. Sure, we all laughed, but Arby’s had to be pissed.

Except, they’re not cheering his departure. In fact, Arby’s put together a tribute video of Jon’s best insults to their brand and it’s brilliant.

I’ve always been an Arby’s fan, IBS or not. This has made me like them even more.

Check it out after the break.

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Well, here’s another reason why you should start planning a trip to Japan. In honor of Mario’s 30th anniversary, Nintendo joined up with Tower Record Cafes to open three Super Mario-themed cafes in Tokyo’s Shibuya, Omotesando and Ebisu districts.

Kyle McLain is a diehard Nintendo fan, and he recently stopped by those three cafes (which are around for a limited time only) and documented his experience on Twitter.

Check out Kyle’s Tweets after the break…

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The Fantastic Four are coming to Denny’s to clobber your intestines with new “Slamtastic 4” menu items that include the Invisible Woman Slam, Human Torch Skillet, Thing Burger with “Thing Sauce” (whatever that is), and Fantastic Four-Cheese Omelette. If you aren’t done after that feast, then there’s the Doctor Doom Lava Cake which, if I’m honest,looks like the best part of the whole menu.

See Also: Denny’s Hobbit Menu Was Way More Creative Than This.

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Red Robin is rolling out a burger and drink combo to promote the upcoming Terminator Genisys movie that hits theaters on July 1st. The burger is a beef patty topped with roasted jalapeno, pepper-jack cheese, shredded romaine, bacon, tomatoes and jalapeno aioli on a jalapeno-cornmeal bun.

The Blue Haze cocktail is Captain Morgan spiced rum, blue curacao, pineapple juice, agave nectar, and sweet and sour with a lemon squeeze served in a special tiki glass with a strategically placed cherry to mimic the Terminator’s red eye. Both will be available June 15 through August 23rd.

You can also get a free ticket to see the movie with the purchase of a limited edition $25 gift card. You’ll be back indeed.

Read the full press release after the break.

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Pizza Hut has been serving their hot dog stuffed crust pizza in Canada, the UK, and Australia since 2012. Now they’re bringing it to the U.S. starting on June 18th. It even comes with mustard, because every hot dog needs mustard. How anyone will be able to eat more than a slice or two of this beast is beyond me.

See Also: Pizza Hut Stuffs Crust With Meat Pies, Is Clingy In Relationships

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You’ll soon be able to drink Heisenberg-style you’re in London. A pop-up bar called ABQ after Albuquerque, will be offering adult beverages in an RV like the one Walter and Jesse used for their operation in the early days. It’ll cost £30 (about $47), to “cook” up two custom drinks with the bar’s expert mixologists.

Most of them will be blue I’m guessing.

Up to 22 people at a time will be able to customize a drink, but there’s already a long waiting list. There are over 18,000 guests who have already signed up for their chance when the bar is open starting in July through August.

See more pictures after the break.

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