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An all-avocado restaurant sounds like something straight out of your wildest dreams, right? Like, is there anything more magical? Well, Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran don’t seem to think so because they just invested a combined total of $400,000 into Brooklyn’s Avocaderia, which means the single-focus eatery could be smashing into your city soon.

Thanks to the Sharks’ investments, the plan is to open 20 new locations within the next five years.

In a recent episode of Shark Tank, the two business titans couldn’t help but jump on the bandwagon of the genius restaurant idea, reports Eater. Avocaderia hawks everything from creative avocado toast combos to avocado salads, bowls, smoothies, and of course dessert. Now, thanks to the investment, the plan is to open 20 new locations within the next five years.

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According to the owners, the expansion likely first hit the big markets of Los Angeles, San Diego, Miami, and Texas, but it might not be long before people all over the country can get their fibrous green-fruit fix all the time (even if it does cost a little more).

Here are some ways to satisfy your avocado toast craving without actually eating it. Or, check out the kitchen tools that will make your avocado dreams a reality.