In case you are too high to take the hint, rapidly expanding fast-casual chain Cheba Hut likes to drop as many marijuana references as possible into its advertising and its first Las Vegas location is proving no exception.
Founded in 1998 by Scott Jennings, the menu has been cultivated to appeal to "a very specific counter-culture." Arriving this summer, Cheba Hut will fill 896 square feet at the Sahara and Rainbow Center retail hub, conveniently close to The Source NV cannabis clinic, Count's Vamp'd Rock Bar & Grill and coincidentally, Hash House A Go Go, also neighboring the intersection of Rainbow Boulevard and Sahara Avenue.
On the menu, Rice Krispie treats, salads and “munchies” like "loaded not'chos," pretzel nuggets and French onion soup. The main attractions are more than 30 “toasted subs,” with choices like the chicken marinara "Panama Red," teriyaki chicken “Thai Stick" and the “Ak-47” French dip.
"Cotton mouth cures" include Kool-Aid, but it remains to be seen if this location will be applying for an alcohol license.