Shiba Inu’s partner, Welly Fast Food Store, is stirring up excitement by announcing the grand reopening of its SHIB-themed restaurant later this month. In a recent tweet, Welly unveiled an enticing glimpse of the restaurant’s new concept and layout.
The restaurant boasts a familiar layout with chairs and tables thoughtfully arranged throughout and a convenient pickup point upfront.
However, the exact reopening date remains shrouded in mystery. The Welly team has playfully urged members of the Shiba Inu community to take a guess at when the fast food haven will resume operations.
Anticipation is running high, and predictions are pouring in. Many enthusiasts believe the new Welly store might make its debut sometime this week, particularly between October 19 and 20. On the other hand, some are betting on a grand reopening on the final day of the month.
Welly Gears Up for Its Grand Debut
Welly has been diligently preparing for this momentous relaunch. PB5, Welly’s business developer, had previously described this fast food venture as the “first of many,” a statement that was met with excitement by Shiba Inu’s leader.
What sets this relaunch apart is the strong backing from the Shiba Inu community and Shibarium, the cryptocurrency’s L2 blockchain. Welly has shared that Shibarium will play a pivotal role in enhancing the restaurant’s operations, offering enticing food-based incentives, and fostering customer loyalty.
The revamped menu will feature a delectable array of offerings, including fried chicken sandwiches, burgers, fries, and a selection of refreshing beverages.
Naples, Italy, will witness the inaugural reopening of the restaurant, and excitingly, there are expansion plans in the works aimed at bringing the Welly experience to other parts of Italy and beyond through franchise opportunities.
The Welly team is not stopping at redefining fast food; they are pushing the envelope by developing cutting-edge blockchain-based food tracking technology. PB5 believes that this technology won’t just be a boon for Welly but could revolutionize how restaurants operate globally.