The Rat Cafe is coming to Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco and, of course, live rodents with it.
It’s all part of The San Francisco Dungeon, a tourist attraction where guests are shuffled from room to room as actors help re-create scary historical events.
The limited pop-up restaurant experience will have guests sip coffee while seated at bistro-style tables draped with red and white gingham table cloths while surrounded by rats. It costs about $50 per person, inlcuding all-you-can-drink coffee and rat interaction, as well as admission to the dungeon.
"Drinking coffee while a rat is on the loose? That's not for the faint of heart," Matthew Clarkson of San Francisco Dungeon parent company Merlin Entertainments Group said in a statement.
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Reports say the rats will be provided by Rattie Ratz, a nonprofit that rescues, rehabilitates and sets up rodents for domestic adoption.
The first dates for Rat Cafe are set for July 1 and July 8, at 9 a.m. both days.