Image via Mandarin Oriental
We consume social media all day. But what if we could do so literally, say with a side of frites? The Mandarin Oriental in NYC (nice place, I guess) has come up with a social media drink menu, sporting such concoctions as the “Sweet Tweet” and “Garden of Google”. Delicious. But what if social media weren’t just beverages, but dishes?
Google: The search giant would be the perfect meal that you didn’t even know you wanted. I’m thinking comfort food—mashed potatoes, toast, and matzo ball soup.
Tumblr: Hip, young, and insanely viral. This plate would be a delicious, fusion meal like Korean tacos. I can see the yelp reviews now.
Facebook: The social giant inspires a shareable, family-style meal. Fettuccine and veal cutlets.
AirBnB: The ultimate social travel site would have undoubtedly international flavors, something like Thai pineapple fried rice with polenta on the side.
Pinterest: A delicious, visual feast. Pinterest would be an exotic, dazzling salad at our social restaurant.
Instagram: A fun plate that’s ultimately, really, really overpriced. We’re thinking artisanal candy topped with locally-raised shredded cheese.