Last night, the #TheHundredsEatMeet set up a listening party for Linkin Park’s upcoming album One More Light, and it seems to also have kicked off a brand new project- a Linkin Park themed menu at Plan Check restaurants.
A press release states that ‘traditional Japanese aromatics, such as ponzu and yuzu, are featured throughout the feast as a nod to vocalist Mike Shinoda’s Japanese roots, while gochujang and kimchi add a spicy kick in tribute to turntablist Joe Hahn’s Korean background.”
A meal pack includes a sandwich named after the lead single “Heavy”, a cruller donut with a chocolate disc bearing the Linkin Park symbol, and a limited-edition shirt.
Speaking of the unique collaboration, Plan Check’s founder Terry Heller says, “I began my career in the music industry as a producer and video director, so the Linkin Park guys and I go way back.” Seeing the new album as completely transcending on tone and energy, he wanted the unique collaboration to reflect the reinvention.
The meal collaboration will be available at all four Plan Check locations through May 31st.