Marijuana-themed restaurant to open this month in Orlando

(Cheba Hut)

A weed-themed restaurant will soon open in Orlando!

Cheba Hut, Orlando's first marijuana-themed sub-franchise, will open at 12100 E. Colonial Drive on Monday, March 29th. This is the second Florida location for the restaurant.

And before you ask: No, there is no actual weed in the food.

A person associated with the restaurant told FOX 35 that the restaurant will offer over 30 sandwiches, Rice Krispy treats, salads, and munchies. 


Photos from Cheeba Hut


Photos from Cheeba Hut


Photos from Cheeba Hut

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Some of their themed sandwiches include:

  • Kush: Bacon, mayo, lettuce, extra tomatoes, house dressing, and provolone
  • Magic Mushroom: Pepper jack, portabella, teriyaki glaze, green peppers, and pineapples
  • Jamaican Red: Spicy chicken breast, green peppers, jalapeno, black olives, and cheddar
  • 5-0: Smoked ham, Genoa salami, prosciutto, pepperoni, bacon, Giardiniera peppers, and cheddar

In addition, there will be a mix of national and local weed-themed beers, including Sweetwater's G-13 and Mango Kush. 


Photos from Cheeba Hut

According to their website, Cheba Hut dates back to 1998 when founder Scott Jennings wanted to "showcase the harmony between great tasting food and... well, a very specific counter-culture."

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They have locations in Arizona, Colorado, California, Oregon, New Mexico, and Wisconsin. The only other location in Florida has been in St. Augustine.

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