One of a kind Raising Cane’s designed by Post Malone opens in Midvale
MIDVALE, Utah — Crowds flocked to the grand opening of a new Raising Cane’s location in Salt Lake County on April 13, and it wasn’t just for the chicken strips.
Located at 890 East Fort Union Boulevard in Midvale, the one of a kind all-pink restaurant was designed by singer-songwriter and Utah transplant Post Malone.
“A close friend of our Co-CEO and Founder, Todd Graves, (and a self-proclaimed Caniac) Posty personally requested a Raising Cane’s be built near his home in Midvale and that he could custom design the location,” said a press release from Raising Cane’s. “Going above and beyond the average restaurant partnership, our Midvale Restaurant at 890 Fort Union Blvd recently underwent full-scale renovations including a redesign of our Dining Room, restrooms, building exterior and landscaping – all custom-designed by Post himself.”
The new Raising Cane’s location features oddities such as a ping pong track that runs through the walls, and medieval themed restrooms.
For Post’s fans, a classic 1974 Ford F25o that was featured in one of his music videos sits as a permanent fixture in the restaurant’s parking lot. Some of the singer’s personal items are on display in the dining room, and a Post Malone-themed vending machine sells exclusive merchandise.
Diners at the Midvale Raising Cane’s can also order an exclusive menu item, the “Posty Way Combo.” Inspired by Post’s personal Raising Cane’s order, the combo includes four chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, two Cane’s Sauces, two Texas toasts, extra salt and pepper packets, and half unsweet tea/half lemonade.
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