Move over, DC Comics Super Hero Cafe, Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the gang are opening their own restaurant in Tokyo, just in time for the 65th anniversary of Peanuts.
According to Rocket News24, the simply named Peanuts Cafe -- "It's not eating, it's dining" -- will feature an "American West Coast” theme, with a rustic, relaxing atmosphere. Judging by images of some of the dishes, "rustic" is the perfect description, with Beagle Scout S’Mores served in a little cast-iron skillet, and Goose Egg Sliders (a reference to Charlie Brown's baseball team) presented with a basket of fries.
That thread carries through with the tables and tableware, which wouldn't look out of place at a campground.
The Peanuts Cafe opens Oct. 2, the 65th anniversary of the debut of Charles M. Schulz's beloved comic strip.