A 'Cards Against Humanity' restaurant is opening and it'll have games and escape rooms
Cards Against Humanity just became a culinary experience. The creators of the popular adult card game are now opening up a restaurant which will include lots of different board games and two escape rooms to boot.
Per Food & Wine, the Chicago Board Game Cafe is starting to take reservations, with the first available tables being on the 10th January. Each reservation is two hours long, which means Cards Against Humanity enthusiasts will have enough time to compete with each other with whatever board game they so desire. And if you're worried about quibbles, there will be on-site teachers at the cafe to help refresh your memory if you forget the rules.
Max Temkin, one of the creators of Cards Against Humanity, said that the restaurant was created in order to help people connect. "We've been making games for almost 10 years now, and we've seen that games, food, and theater have an incredible capacity to bring people together and create community," he told the publication. "It has been our dream for a long time to do a really ambitious version of a game cafe and share it with people."
The menu will feature items ranging from $14 to $60 in price, and the dishes will be intercontinental, inspired by food from Mexico, Spain and Vietnam. Though the restaurant's full menu isn't available yet, the owners told Food & Wine that pork and queso-topped Huaraches, Bún Gà Nuong, Kebab Halabi, and Nam Tok Neua, and salad made with grass-fed beef are some of the dishes that customers will be able to order.
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And don't fret if boardgames aren't your thing, as there will be two escape rooms on site too. In the escape room tasks, you'll have to save the world from complete annihilation and participate in an interstellar rescue mission.
Well, this sounds like quite the night indeed.