The Menu of an Atheist Restaurant…

Grundy at Deity Shmeity created the menu of an atheist restaurant… called the Infideli. (Click to enlarge)

Sounds like a nice place to relax and drink some dei-tea.

About Hemant Mehta

Hemant Mehta is the editor of Friendly Atheist, appears on the Atheist Voice channel on YouTube, and co-hosts the uniquely-named Friendly Atheist Podcast. You can read much more about him here.

  • The Other Weirdo

    While I’m all for this sort of thing(freedom of speech), and I gotta love the typography of the menu, I’m not sure I’d want to eat there on a regular basis as opposed to once-in-a-lifetime lark. If I pay good money for a meal, the last thing I want to do is thinking about atheism or religion.

    • Captain Obvious

       You know it’s just a joke, right..?

      • The Other Weirdo

         Well, OK, I missed that. My excuse is that i was writing my response at work. Still, wouldn’t want to eat there regardless. Though maybe we should get that guy to design future atheistic billboards.

  • http://improvmedia.com/ Jeff Moriarty

    Love it, but was disappointed not to see Russell’s Teapot in the beverage section, maybe serving up the Dei-Tea.

    http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Russell's_Teapot

    • http://deityshmeity.blogspot.com/ Grundy

      I heard of that before, but the knowledge wasn’t bumping around in my head when I made the menu for whatever reason. Nice addition!

  • Tainda

    Love the “Coke products” at the end hahaha

    No baby entree?  I’m disappointed!

    • Coyotenose

       Agreed. There were a lot of good ones on the menu, but that was somehow a perfect finish.

    • http://abb3w.livejournal.com/ abb3w

      I wonder if they’re based in Atlanta.

      • http://deityshmeity.blogspot.com/ Grundy

        I am, but the restaurant is based no where…yet.

    • pRinzler

      Horribly embarrassed here to admit I don’t get the joke about Coke (no rhyme intended).  

      I pray thee, please enlighten me?

      • Tainda

        Everything else had a long atheist explanation and at the end it was simply “Coke products”

        That’s my kind of humor lol

        • http://deityshmeity.blogspot.com/ Grundy

          I’m really glad you liked that. I always knew that would be my finish.

  • Robert Freid

    Interesting, considering that the term “Freedom Fries” was originally a term for “French Fries” after 9-11 during the Bush-era.

  • TheAllen

    I’m not sure I understand why the feminist item is funny, apart from the obvious reference to body parts. Maybe I’m just tone deaf. Is it double-secret sarcasm?

    • freemage

       The ugly term “bitch-slap” raised a bit of a flag for me, too.  I’m guessing that Grundy is not a member of Atheism+…

      • http://boldquestions.wordpress.com/ Ubi Dubium

        Maybe it should be revised to “Hitch-slap”?

      • http://deityshmeity.blogspot.com/ Grundy

        Both the Feminist Chicken and the Fruity Union were meant to poke fun at issues raised by Atheism+, because everyone else is taking them so seriously. No, I’m not a member, but I’m not a hater either.

        Other commenters seem to be big fans of the bitchslap, humor (unlike morality apparently,) is subjective.

    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/chidy/ chicago dyke

      it’s not, but no one is perfect. i guess it’s more proof that yes, some atheists need to work on their feminism. but you knew that. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/NateHevens Nathan Hevenstone

       Yeah… the Feminist Chicken Feast and Rump Roast is vague. Is it attacking feminists, or is it a sarcastic support of feminism against sexism?

  • Trick Question

    I’d like a Creationist Club with all the Crucifixins….

  • bulletproofheeb

    No turtle soup all the way down?

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/chidy/ chicago dyke

    “a free bitchslap with your meal” lololol!

    this was really good, hemant. thanks. 

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/chidy/ chicago dyke

    angel or devil cake?

    and he missed some really good opps by not branching out into some of the eastern traditions. there’s a mess of foods to be inspired by divinities there. 

    • http://deityshmeity.blogspot.com/ Grundy

      Maybe I’ll do a version 2.

  • Raising_Rlyeh

    Gives me ideas for when I open up my restaurant. I still have to come up with a theme. 

  • http://www.flickr.com/groups/invisiblepinkunicorn Anna

    These are great! I think my favorite is “Burden of Proof” Nachos.

  • viaten

    I’ll bet the “Irreducibly Complex” by Ben & Jerry’s is made in a blender.

  • Salala

    I lost it at the “bitchslap” mark.

    Absolutely hilarious.

  • Sean

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  • Russian Alex

    Hey, with enough ideas like that we could probably make this a real thing! :)

  • Robster

    C’mon. The catholics have built a business around eating and drinking bits of their deity. There needs more edible jesus on the menu and what about delicious “saviour on a stick” pretzels?  Like any good restaurant, they’ll need to revamp their menu regularly, so think of these next time. Loved it, thanks.

    • FoodForThought

      People can always unashamedly praise their own intellect without running others down. How about passed down science wings, genetically modified soy, or atheist intellect hamburger?

      • FoodForThought

        And oh, the 2% population’s nutty chicken?

  • JoFro

    Atheists – we are so brave for pissing on Christians and their silly beliefs – but for goodness sakes, don’t touch the Muslims

    • FoodForThought

      The menu says RUNNING SCARED. Ha, ha, ha.

    • Deven Kale

       You must be new here.

  • Levon McKenzie

    Am I the only one who thinks the Irreducible Complexity icecream sounds *heh* devine?  Grundy should submit it to Ben&Jerry.

  • http://www.stickerice.com/ Joel Stevens

    I want some of those Nachos, lol. They sound delicious!


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