A 2Pac themed restaurant is opening on the 20th anniversary of his death

Anyone fancy a Thug Passion cake?

Tupac Shakur
Tupac Shakur The late hip-hop star. Image Twitter/2Pac

A Tupac Shakur themed restaurant is being opened to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his death.

Restaurant group Take 3 are opening the pop-up eatery in Fresno, Califoria to pay tribute to the late rapper, who was tragically shot dead two decades ago today (September 13) in Las Vegas.

The Powamakka Café features special themed dishes designed to celebrate 2Pac’s lasting influence on hip-hop.

Fans can now order Thug Passion cake pops, Mac-and-Cheeseburgers and California Love chicken sandwiches – sounds good, but we were hoping for an Only Cod Can Judge Me dish, or maybe an All Eyez on Meat platter?

The rapper expressed a desire to open a restaurant called The Powamekka Café before he died, and the owners see the new venue as a realisation of his plans.

The designs for the café are based on a logo and themes drafted by Tupac himself, so diners can expect a pretty authentic experience.

Fans can experience the venue for themselves, but they’d better hurry – the pop-up is serving food for one day only.

Can’t get enough Tupac? The new biopic All Eyez On Me is being released on November 11, 2016.

Watch the Tupac Shakur All Eyez on Me trailer below:

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Loaded staff writer Harry Fletcher has covered news, sport and entertainment for several major websites across the UK. Follow him on Twitter at @Harry__Fletcher.