See Inside The New Raising Cane’s Designed By Post Malone

Malone’s one-of-a-kind Raising Cane’s joint is located at 890 Fort Union Blvd. in Midvale, Utah.

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Posted on April 13, 2023

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Post Malone, Todd Graves; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane’s

Post Malone may be a big-time singer/songwriter and rapper, but he’s been dipping his hands into a new endeavor.

Malone has teamed up with fast food chain Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers to design his own look for the popular food establishment.

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Where Is Post Malone’s Raising Cane’s?

Malone’s one-of-a-kind Raising Cane’s joint is located at 890 Fort Union Blvd. in Midvale, Utah, according to KUTV.COM, and features plenty of styles that reflect his enthusiastic personality and bold taste.

For opening day, which took place today (Thursday, April 13), Malone made a special stop to cut the bright pink ribbon, as reported by FOX 13. The global superstar wore appropriate attire for the event, sporting a Raising Cane’s t-shirt as part of the celebration.

He also spent time with first-time patrons signing autographs and welcoming guests into the establishment.

The newly renovated popular chicken restaurant in the Salt Lake City suburb welcomes guests as they walk through an entrance made up of pink-colored doors. The outside of the building is also painted in bright pink with tattoo imagery and brushed stainless steel ‘1’ tower, and the restaurant logo sports its original look on the front of the structure.

Folks can dine indoors or outdoors at the establishment. While eating outside, they will be surrounded by a backdrop of the luxurious Wasatch Mountains and seated near a silver-colored classic 1974 Ford F250 with custom-made license plates, which permanently sits in the parking lot of the eatery.

Malone, a Grammy-winning artist who has lived in Utah, handpicked and custom-designed the different features that make the location unique in comparison to other locations. Inside, the creativity matches the exterior. Patrons, who dine indoors and use the restaurant’s bathrooms, will be met with a medieval theme that pays tribute to Malone’s love of medieval armor.

Post Malone, Todd Graves; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane's
Post Malone, Todd Graves; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane’s

On top of that, folks can get to know Malone in more detail as many of his iconic outfits and personal guitars are displayed throughout the restaurant. Meanwhile, window wraps will create a glow at night setting a mood that is truly unique to the restaurant.

As for the menu, visitors can rest assured many of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers’ popular items will be available, plus Malone’s personal favorite — four chicken fingers, crinkle cut fries, two Cane’s sauces, and two Texas toasts, served with a half unsweetened tea/half lemonade in a collector’s cup. The specialty meal dubbed the “Posty Way” is bound to become a popular item of choice for customers. And what’s more, those who order the special also receive Malone-themed packaging, napkins, a black clamshell, and a surprise decal sticker.

Post Malone, Todd Graves; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane's
Post Malone, Todd Graves; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane’s

Raising Cane’s Owner, Todd Graves, Appeared In A Post Malone Music Video

Interestingly, Malone shares ties with Todd Graves – the owner of the franchise. In fact, Graves made a cameo in Malone’s 2021 music video for “Motley Crew.”

“Post and I not only have a special friendship, but we are fans of each other’s brand, and we are excited to reveal this Post Malone-designed Raising Cane’s,” Graves, who also showed up at the opening day celebration, shared in a press release. “This collaboration goes above and beyond to combine Post’s legendary vision with our award-winning Chicken Fingers. It’s over the top – something the restaurant industry has never seen to this level. I can’t wait for fans to visit the location and order their meal the ‘Posty Way.’”

“It’s really fun to see it come to fruition. The idea was to be next level, over the top, to do something that’s never been done before,” he added while appearing at the opening of the restaurant.

“I have the best childhood memories of eating at Raising Cane’s in Dallas. Collaborating with Todd on this restaurant near my house in Utah was awesome, and I can’t wait for everyone to order their meal the ‘Posty Way’,” Malone added.

The Restaurant has been renovated from the inside out to reflect Post’s bold style and enthusiastic personality.

See The Updated Restaurant’s Unique Features Below

  • Complete Visual Restaurant Takeover – exterior of the building wrapped in solid pink with Post Malone tattoo imagery and brushed stainless steel ‘1’ tower. The pink color of the restaurant exterior is carried into the interior flooring and walls – including solid pink flooring. There are also window wraps to create a glow at night and a dining room in brushed stainless steel, and new stainless-steel furniture with silver booth fabric.
  • Personal Items from Post Malone – outfits worn by Post displayed on the wall – one was worn for the cover of Billboard Magazine’s January 2022 issue and the other two were worn during the 2019 Grammy Awards. There will also be Post’s personal guitars framed and hung in the restaurant.
  • Order the Posty Way – Customers have the opportunity to order just like Post Malone (4 Chicken Fingers, Crinkle-Cut Fries, two Cane’s sauces, and two Texas Toasts, served with a Half Unsweet Tea/Lemonade in a collector’s cup). Additionally, all packaging when Customers order the ‘Posty Way’ will be Post-themed, with a Post Malone napkin, to-go bag, platter liner and black clamshell. The Posty Way also comes with a surprise decal sticker exclusively available to those that order The Posty Way, and is available exclusively at the Midvale Restaurant.
Post Malone, Todd Graves; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane's
Post Malone, Todd Graves; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane’s
  • Post Malone Collector’s Cups – four uniquely designed 32 oz cups. There are two ways for Customers to get these cups: 1) Order the Posty Way Combo meal; 2) ‘Post Up’ any Cane’s combo by purchasing a cup upgrade.
  • Packing and Crew Uniforms – themed packaging and Crew uniform – Post Malone napkin, to-go bag, platter liner and black clamshell box when you order the ‘Posty Way.’ Custom Post-themed apparel for Crew and Managers, as well as a custom hat. 
  • Classic 1974 Ford F250 – wrapped in brushed silver as a permanent fixture in the parking lot with a custom license plate.
  • Post Malone Ping Pong Track System – ping pong balls running through a track system on a major interior wall, connecting to large shadow boxes filled with pink ping pong balls on either side and light fixtures with color changing filters, all to celebrate Post’s love of pong.
  • Medieval Themed Restrooms – with Post being a personal fan of medieval armor, the restaurant restrooms are designed to look like the inside of a medieval castle, and includes a suit of gothic medieval armor.
  • Post Malone-Themed Vending Machine – vending machine wrapped in pink vinyl and stocked with exclusive collab merchandise for purchase that includes T-shirts, beanies, socks, ping pong balls, magnets, keychains, steel cups and guitar picks.
  • QR Codes – QR codes placed throughout the Restaurant that display content Post wants to share with Customers that will be frequently updated.
Post Malone; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane's
Post Malone; Photo Courtesy of Raising Cane’s

New Song “Chemical” Coming On Friday (Apr. 14)

Additionally, Malone is gearing up to release a brand-new song, titled “Chemical,” on Friday, April 14.

He also recently announced the upcoming European dates of his Twelve Carat Tour, which begins on April 22 in Norway and is slated to wrap on May 20 in the Netherlands.

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Melinda Lorge is a Nashville-based freelance writer who specializes in covering country music. Along with Music Mayhem, her work has appeared in publications, including Rare Country, Rolling Stone Country, Nashville Lifestyles Magazine, Wide Open Country and more. After joining Rare Country in early 2016, Lorge was presented with the opportunity to lead coverage on late-night television programs, including “The Voice” and “American Idol,” which helped her to sharpen her writing skills even more. Lorge earned her degree at Middle Tennessee State University, following the completion of five internships within the country music industry. She has an undeniable love for music and entertainment. When she isn’t living and breathing country music, she can be found enjoying time outdoors with family and friends.

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