Crypto Street Restaurant, an eatery has decided to bank on the popularity of crypto-related buzzwords to promote its services in US’ Florida state. This restaurant has a special menu, offering dishes inspired by the elements of the crypto space. It’s located at the Clearwater Beach in Florida’s Pinellas County, a water-facing location that is popular among tourists and local visitors. In addition, this diner also accepts payments in cryptocurrencies.
The restaurant that serves “DogeDog” in hotdogs, launched earlier this month. Images from the opening have been posted on its Instagram page.
Some other crypto-themed dishes listed on the menu include the Blockchain Club Sandwich, Crypto Salad, To The Moooonnn Sundae, and SHIBA Shrimp cocktail among others.
“The crypto community has been very welcoming,” the restaurant holders have written on its website.
In his interviews, Ricardo Varona, the owner of this restaurant revealed insights like the Dogedog is the favourite thing on their menu among customers.
Varona accepts payments in all cryptocurrencies, even the ones that are not much known in the market, a report by InsideBitcoins said.
This is not the first time that crypto-themed food made it to the headlines this year.
Earlier in May, Tesla chief Elon Musk was spotted partying with former girlfriend Grimes and pop singer Miley Cyrus in a crypto-themed “Saturday Night Live” after-party.
Waitresses in alien-inspired attires were serving the guests Dogecoin cookies and cupcakes at the party hosted by Musk after he hosted a Saturday Night Live (SNL) episode, Page Six had reported
In fact, a restaurant in India is also crypto-themed food it its customers in Bengaluru city.
Called “Voosh”, the restaurant offers Bitcoin Masala Oats, Smart Contract Poha, and Chicken Tikka Crypto Samosa among other dishes.
The cryptocurrency market is booming internationally. Earlier this year, the global crypto market capitalisation rose to $3 trillion (roughly Rs. 2,15,66,720 crore), the highest it has even been.
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