Tupac Shakur in a scene from the film Gridlock'd (1997)
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September 9, 2016 3:03 PM EDT

To celebrate the life of Tupac Shakur, a one-day pop-up restaurant inspired by the renowned rapper is opening at the Fulton Mall in Fresno, Calif., on Sept. 13 — the 20th anniversary of his 1996 death.

According to Rolling Stone, Powamekka Cafe will serve dishes based on several of Shakur’s personal recipes, as well as those of other musicians — all of which he had intended to include in a cookbook. Additionally, several original Pac-themed menu items will be available to customers, including a California Love Chicken Sandwich, Hennessey Apple Butter chicken wings, a Mac-and-Cheeseburger and Thug Passion cake pops.

The restaurant will also feature design ideas inspired by sketches left behind by Shakur, such as restroom doors labelled “Divaz” and “Playaz.”

Read more at RollingStone.com.

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