Photo courtesy Cheba Hut's Facebook page
you've ever ordered a 420 Burger from Boston Burger Company or picked
up a Bob Marley sub from Al's Deli, we have good news for you. Rumor has
it "toasted" sub shop Cheba Hut may be coming to town soon.
Cheba Hut started 15 years ago in Tempe, Ariz. and has been creeping across the country since. They just opened a restaurant in Madison, Wis., and according to Friday's Boston Herald, Cheba Hut's chief operating officer Matt Thretheway said the chain is "heading east." Although they haven't picked out a Bostonlocation just yet, there's talk of expanding the franchise to Massachusetts,Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont.
Hut's sandwiches come in three sizes: the nug, the pinner, and the
blunt. And if the pot puns weren't enough to drawn in the restaurant's
key clientele, the food itself makes Cheba Hut a veritable stoner
paradise. The "Dank" is a pizza on a sub; the "Griefo" features fresh
veggies topped with a scoop of guacamole and hemp cream cheese; and the "Kush" is a good old fashioned BLT.
Don't get too excited, though. Cheba Hut's online menu bears the following disclaimer: "All names ‘refer' to subs only. Any similarities are purely coincidental."
See what they did there?