Pizza Hut Big Game Golden Knots Pizza

Pizza Hut has decided to offer a Super Bowl edition of their new Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza that is reportedly sprinkled with nearly $100 worth of edible gold.

Why the hell would they do something like this? Well according to the chain’s VP of marketing, it’s because the Golden Anniversary of the Big Game is being played in the Golden State, hence gold pizza. Can’t argue with that logic.

The most interesting part of all this is that customers can’t actually order the golden pie. Instead, it will be offered to 50 lucky customers who order a Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza on Feb. 7. It will also arrive in a custom gold-colored box along with a $100 Pizza Hut Gold Card.

Potential candidates must be 18-years old and live in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana, or West Virginia. Strangely, the states that actually have any involvement in the big game have been left out of the offer.

I take back what I said about logic.

(PRN via Consumerist)


There’s no place like NYC, and they have the awesome milkshakes to prove it! Black Tap is creating next level milkshakes that are just our kind of crazy.

These milkshakes contain all the best sugary ingredients, from cookies to cotton candy to lollipops and s’mores! This is what dreams are made of.

Check out more examples below.

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Dragon Ball fans might need to plan a trip to visit Danke Dinning. The Nagoya, Japan-based restaurant serves edible Dragon Balls. Who knew they were so easy to find?

The Dragon Balls are included in a hot-pot style meal called “Dragon Ball Nabe”. The restaurant makes the balls using collagen jelly and the tiny stars are made using carrots.

Check out more pics after the break…

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The Vandal, a Pittsburgh-based restaurant, decided to have a little fun this past Halloween by having the staff dress up as characters from Bob’s Burgers. The entire Belcher gang, from Bob to Tina, were all present and accounted for.

The restaurant also served up plenty of pun-packed dishes like the Curryous George and the I’m a Slav For You burger. Industry Public House, a restaurant across the street, was in on the fun too–they put up a sandwich board sign for Bob’s rival, Jimmy Pesto’s.

Check out some of The Vandal’s Instagram pics after the break…

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Whirling cogs and brass pipes line every square inch of this amazing steampunk-themed bar in Romania. Interior design company 6th Sense took nearly two years to completely cover the space with kinetic machines.

The Enigma Cafe, located in Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania is being touted as “the world’s first kinetic steampunk bar” with features like a giant illuminated cog clock, old typewriters, gas masks, and brass bulbs suspended from the ceiling. It’s the most impressive steampunk decor I’ve ever seen.

Check out more photos and a video of the kinetic bar after the break.

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Japan is famous for fandom-themed cafes, so it’s no surprise that multiple Back To The Future cafes have popped up to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the franchise. In fact, there are no less than five BTTF cafes with movie-inspired drinks, food, decor, and music. Even TV personality and film critic Kon Arimura got in the spirit with his Marty McFly jacket and hoverboard.

See Also: Japan Opens The First ‘My Little Pony’ Cafe And It’s Totally Magical

The locations includeTrattoria Paradiso in Tokyo and Sweets Paradise restaurants in Chiba, Osaka, Hyogo, and Okayama.

Check out more photos from inside the eateries of the future after the break.

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Feast your eyes on pastels and rainbows in a very colorful My Little Pony cafe in Harajuku, Japan. Every square inch of this bright pop-up restaurant is decorated with ponies, including the retro characters from our childhood. Even big plush ponies hang out while you gaze at the specialized MLP menu.

It may just be the most adorable cafe on earth. If you can get out there, make sure to check out the MLP cafe before it closes on November 29th.

Top Image: Omotesando Info

For those of us stuck elsewhere, check out more fantastic pics of the cafe after the break.

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With the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens film fast approaching, L.A. eatery Faith and Flower is jumping on the bandwagon with a limited time (now through December) off-menu dessert tray.

According to Eater LA, the tray will feature chocolates crafted by head pastry chef Josh Graves. Some of the tasty treats will include a chocolate Death Star bon-bon, Han Solo encased in chocolate carbonite and a chocolate Millennium Falcon.

These are being touted as “handcrafted”, but it seems as though you could easily reproduce everything with one of the many, many Star Wars-themed molds out there.

Check out more pics after the break…

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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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