How many times has this happened to you? It’s Tuesday night, late, and you’re fresh off your shift at the diamond factory with a hankering for $1,500 caviar. You pull up to your favorite local beluga slinger and—blasted!—it’s closed. With a heavy sigh, you return home to bust out those old white truffles from the freezer. Night. Ruined.
Well, no longer! Beverly Hills Caviar has launched a trio of high-end caviar vending machines spread throughout Los Angeles. Yes, even Burbank. Inside these ridiculous contraptions (y’all know we’re teetering on the edge of a fiscal cliff, right?) you’ll find everything from a pink mother of pearl spoon for $4 to Imperial River Beluga Caviar for $500 an ounce.
The fishy ATMS (plus a hoard of lookey-loos—and we bet zero actual rich people) can currently be found getting their pictures taken at Westfield Century City, Westfield Topanga, and the Burbank Towne Center.
Let’s hope Honey Boo Boo won’t get her head stuck in this one.