Everywhere you look, its either Dallas Cowboys or Post Malone.
On the outside, the regular color scheme of a Cane’s is switched out for Cowboy’s colors, and the restaurant could easily become a landmark thanks to its massive, illuminated Dallas Cowboys star that drive-thru customers must go through to get their delicious chicken tenders.
Looking on the inside, the whole place is riddled with Cowboys memorabilia, as well as items that Post Malone donated (like his jorts and broken guitars) to be hung up on the walls in typical Raising Cane’s fashion.
Post Malone surprised fans of chicken tenders, the Cowboys, and Posty at the Grand Opening (which happened yesterday) of the Dallas-based fast food restaurant, and told everyone there just before he cut the ceremonial ribbon:
“Growing up in Dallas, I’ve been a fan of the Dallas Cowboys and Cane’s since I was a kid, so it is an honor to be part of this collaboration with two of the greatest brands in history.”
And if something happens with the Dallas Cowboys, you best believe that their owner, president, and general manager Jerry Jones is going to chime in.
“First the Post Malone and Cane’s Cowboys cups and now an entire Restaurant. We just love the partnership and friendship with Todd Graves, Cane’s and Post Malone.
We’re very proud to be part of this innovative new store and concept and seeing that big Cowboys star in position to greet everyone will be a great reminder and reflection of how much we value and celebrate our continued collaboration.”
I’m not even a fan of “America’s Team,” and I still have to admit that the place looks pretty damn sweet.
This is the second time that Post Malone has collaborated with building and opening up a Raising Cane’s restaurant, and I’d say that the unlikely pair will continue to open up unique fast food restaurants as long as people literally and figuratively eat them up.
You can take a look at the inside of the new Dallas Raising Cane’s below: