Todd Graves, the owner of Raising Canes, have ditched the stores traditional layout for a collaboration with Grammy nominated artist, Post Malone. Post Malone grew up in Dallas,TX eating Raising Canes. The fast-food restaurant became his favorite stop for a quick meal and it’s still his go-to today. Post Malone’s friendship with Todd Graves has gotten him way more than free chicken fingers. The musician has designed a new Raising Canes location, near his home in Utah.
The location is nothing like any Raising Canes restaurant that has ever opened. The new Utah location is painted hot pink with tattooed imagery, and a stainless steel ONE LOVE sign on the roof. The inside of the building is also very pink. The interior features pink tile with stainless steel-like brush strokes on the floor to match the furniture.
Post Malone has donated outfits to the restaurant which will permanently be on display. Another permanent fixture is a silver classic 1974 Ford F250 with a custom license plate in the parking lot.
The menu will remain the same however, tender lovers will have the opportunity to order their meals “the Posty Way.” This specific way of ordering is exactly the way Post Malone purchases his meals- four chicken fingers, fries, two sauces, two toasts, and extra salt and pepper packets, served with a half unsweet tea/half lemonade in a 32-ounce collector’s cup.
That’s not all…
Post Malone’s love for medieval times inspired a gothic castle bathroom theme. Inside the restaurant is a vending machine with Post Malone’s merchandise. To stay updated with the artist, guest will receive Post Malone themed napkins that will come equipped with QR codes with links to Post’s latest content.
Who is Post Malone
Malone is known for selling more than 80 million records to date. He has won 10 Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and been nominated for a Grammy nine times. His most recent album is “Twelve Carat Toothache,” which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
Raising Cane’s operates more than 700 restaurants and does not franchise. Graves said the Malone-themed restaurant is a result of their special friendship, and that they are fans of each other’s brands.“This collaboration goes above and beyond to combine Post’s legendary vision with our award-winning chicken fingers,” Graves said in a statement. “It’s over the top—something the restaurant industry has never seen to this level.”