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As a culture, the Japanese love to celebrate pop culture in some pretty unique ways. Now, one restauranteur in the Tokyo, Japan’s Harajuku neighborhood (home to the famed Harajuku clothing style) has created a way for fans of “My Little Pony” to share in their equestrian obsession over a cup of coffee or some marshmallow and banana chocolate chip pancakes by opening the world’s first “My Little Pony” theme café (via MentalFloss).
This nostalgic eatery isn’t just decorated in bright colors and pictures of Rainbow Dash and Twilight Sparkle, though. Everything at the café has some sign of “My Little Pony”, from the “I Want a Pony” message burnt into the toast to the little card stuck in the pork and orange cheese pancake. Even the latte features a pony design sprinkled right on top. And what would a theme shop be without souvenirs? Collectors can pick up limited edition merchandise like keychains, tote bags, and notebooks all decorated with your favorite ponies. What’s more, there’s an actual, real live pony waiting outside to greet new customers.
Considering we established long ago that Soylent Green is — spoilers! — people, it should come as no real surprise that a new Walking Dead tribute beer contains brains, right? Goat brains, to specific.
All right, maybe it’s a little surprising.
On Sunday, Dock Street Brewing Co. in Philadelphia will debut Dock Street Walker, an American Pale Stout brewed with wheat, oats, flaked barley, organic cranberry and — wait for it, wait for it — smoked goat brains.
“In true walker fashion, don’t be surprised if its head doesn’t hang around forever,” the microbrewery jokes.
“Gourmet mushrooms and potentially hallucinogenic herbs are one thing, but smoked brains … really?” the Dock Street website reads. “Believe it or not, much of the world considers brain to be a true delicacy. Think Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, but not ridiculous. Many also believe that using every part of the animal not only increases and encourages sustainability, but also honors the animal’s life and death.”
The beer’s unveiling on Sunday coincides with the season finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead.