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In today’s Instagram-driven world, enjoying a nice meal out often means sharing a perfectly rendered shot of your bounty with your followers.
But the next time you partake in a Bloomin’ Onion, Outback Steakhouse and Netflix’s Glass Onion—the Rian Johnson-helmed follow-up to Knives Out—isn’t looking for you to share a filtered glamour shot of your appetizer. In fact, they want you to destroy the evidence. Immediately.
A new partnership between the restauranteur and the recently released mystery flick calls on visitors to enjoy—or “murder,” to keep with the theme—a Bloomin’ Onion, then document themselves creatively destroying any evidence of the moment.