Post Malone’s Cowboys-themed Raising Cane’s restaurant opens in his heartland, reflecting his lifelong passion for the Dallas Cowboys, according to a Cision PR Newswire article. They say,
“Post Malone’s partnership with Raising Cane’s continues Thursday with the opening of a Post Malone x Dallas Cowboys-themed Restaurant right in the heart of Cowboys Country – a place and a team that had lasting impact on Post from an early age. A true Texan at heart, Post was raised under the bright lights of the blue and silver and is a die-hard Cowboys fan. He took that love for America’s Team and used it as inspiration when designing the Restaurant, which is marked by a 32-feet-tall Cowboys Star greeting Customers as they enter the Drive-Thru – proving everything really is bigger in Texas.”
Raising Cane’s CEO Todd Graves and Post Malone collaborated on the Cowboys-themed restaurant as they expressed their gratitude to the Dallas Cowboys, according to a Dallas Observer article. They say,
“During the opening, Raising Cane’s CEO Todd Graves related how he and Malone collaborated on the two stores.
“He said ‘We’ve gotta do one with my team, the Cowboys,’” Graves told the crowd. “Thanks to the Cowboys for making this happen. They were great to work with, and we built a one-of-a-kind restaurant.””
The Cowboys-themed Raising Cane’s offers a unique experience with a 32-foot-tall Cowboys Star, interior decor inspired by Post Malone, and exclusive merchandise, according to a Dallas Innovates article. They say,
“The restaurant’s signature is a 32-foot-tall Cowboys Star straddling the drive-thru lane, turning an ordinary chicken run into a pretty magical Cowboy-fan experience. The theme continues inside and out, with art and displays including a custom silver vinyl wrap around the exterior, silhouettes of Post’s signature on-stage moments, blue lighting throughout the interior, Dallas Cowboys memorabilia, a suit of armor, a vending machine featuring exclusive merchandise, and more.”
Raising Cane’s founder Graves is excited about this unique collaboration with Post Malone and the Cowboys, aiming to serve their loyal fanbases. The restaurant’s operating hours are 9 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.