Rat cafe is the pop-up restaurant concept no one wants

Mashable (Wednesday, 17 May)

With the exception of the Pixar film Ratatouille, rats and dining never go together. Never.

But a San Francisco tourist attraction is featuring the rodents at a pop-up cafe — and charging people money to experience the potential health code violation.

SEE ALSO: Subway rats fight over the ultimate delicacy, the New York City bagel

The San Francisco Dungeon, an immersive show and history lesson aimed at tourists, announced its Rat Cafe popping up for only two days in July.

For $50 (that includes admission to the rest of the show) cafe-goers can sip coffee while surrounded by rats. It's supposed to be an intentionally confusing experience: sit in a nice bistro-style eatery with a Barbary Coast theme with rats scurrying around. Read more...More about San Francisco, Tourist Attraction, Rats, Pop Up, and Rat Cafe...

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