Billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed plans to open an all-night Tesla restaurant in Hollywood, California. Yahoo Finance reported that Musk's restaurant will be diner-style and patrons will have the option to pay with the meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin. The business will also feature a drive-in movie theatre, home to two 245 ft. LED movie screens and 28 superchargers for patrons' Tesla automobiles. Musk submitted the documentation to kick off work on building the restaurant to the city of Los Angeles earlier this month. As it turns out, the restaurant is reportedly the brainchild of Musk's Twitter musings. [tweet_embed] June 4, 2022[/tweet_embed] Reportedly, Musk first tweeted about launching this initiative back in 2018. "Gonna put an old school drive-in, roller skates & rock restaurant at one of the new Tesla Supercharger locations in [Los Angeles]," Musk tweeted in January 2018. The LED screens will run 30-minute programs that patrons will be able to watch while they charge their electric Tesla vehicles. Mashed, the popular online food blog, speculated that Musk finally laying the foundation for this endeavor could result from the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortune reported that roughly one year ago, Tesla filed applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to trademark a "T" logo for an array of design concepts that could be used specifically for self-service eateries to carry out restaurants. Never one to shy away from controversy, Musk has infamously found himself at the epicenter of much public conversation in recent months. Starting with his efforts to buy Twitter — currently placed on hold —and turn it into a safe haven for free speech, Elon has fallen out of favor with the American left. [tweet_embed] June 4, 2022[/tweet_embed] Following announcing intentions to vote Republican for the first time, the leftist outrage against Musk amplified intensely. Musk even earned himself a hit piece in the New York Times titled "Elon Musk Left a South Africa That Was Rife With Misinformation and White Privilege." In an article published by Business Insider in late May, Musk was accused of sexual misconduct. In the piece, allegations surfaced from a flight attendant for SpaceX's fleet of private jets who alleged that Musk improperly propositioned sexual favors from her. [tweet_embed] June 4, 2022[/tweet_embed] Musk summarily dismissed the allegations arguing that "attacks against me should be viewed through a political lens – this is their standard (despicable) playbook – but nothing will deter me from fighting for a good future and your right to free speech."