Cheba Hut "Toasted" Subs, a marijuana-themed sandwich shop opened its doors in Iowa City last week. It's the company's 14th overall with the bulk of its shops being in Arizona and Colorado near college campuses.
The Iowa City newspaper reported that Cheba Hut bills itself at the nation's only counter-culture restaurant franchise.
The marijuana-theme is evident on its menu. Sandwiches come in three sizes: nug, pinner and blunt. Sandwich names include the Silver Haze, the Afghani and the Acapulco Gold.
They offer hemp brownies, too, and cannabis-themed art adorns the walls.
Co-owner Deb Wedemeier of Cedar Rapids says the restaurant is tongue-in-cheek and in good fun.
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