Forgoing any semblance of subtlety, a couple of Australian restaurateurs have opened an eatery called D'Munchies in Sydney. The new establishment exclusively targets — you guessed it — stoners with big appetites. Mashable reports D'Munchies held its grand opening on Wednesday at 4:20 p.m. local time, which makes perfect sense.
Decor and imagery in the restaurant are predictable, with a giant, hand-painted marijuana leaf serving as the pièce de résistance. The D'Munchies kitchen appears to be stocked with everything needed to give a baked Aussie a proper meal.
Neither D'Munchies's Facebook page nor website list any menu information — one has to imagine the team simply forgot about those details — but Mashable notes some of the house specialties include a pepperoni pizza pretzel hot dog; crispy beef ravioli nachos; and a fried chicken sandwich topped with bacon, hash browns, and Cheetos cheese sauce. Co-owner and chef David Pyne, who reportedly has worked in two Michelin-starred restaurants in the United Kingdom, says his new venture is "a bit different to other places."
"We're having a bit of fun with the menu, and it's about the atmosphere we create in there as well," Pyne told the Daily Mail.