If it's owned by a drag porn director it would be called Chi-Chi's.
Actually, that should be "Howards Johnson."
[quote]Why hasn't this yet been invented?
It has. It's called a GAY BAR.
For a restaurant, no straight guys would set foot in such a place, and outside of bachelorette parties, women have no interest.
Only appeals to gay men.
R17, I'm imagining more of a sit-down place that serves food and drink in a restaurant-style manner.
I agree that the place would primarily be popular with gay men, but once word gets out that the establishment is popular with gays, the straight women (of course) will flock there. I can totally see Ginny from billing and the office girls go there for margaritas after work.
God help me, there was a commercial parody of this years ago, either for a beer or a tampon line. Or maybe it was antiperspirant. They used James Brown's "It's a Man's World." Does anyone remember what it was for?
Schmeckel's (could have a circumcised, "delicatessen" theme)
If you really want a Hooters analog... same atmosphere, food, etc... make it "Jocks", with the waiters all being hunky guys in jockstraps only.
I like Main Vein's and Throbber's. I think I'm going to steal those.
I've referred to my guest house as "Chez Throbber's" for years!
Wasn't it called Hamburger Mary's?
I like "Howard's Johnson"
I came up with this idea back in the early 1990s--calling it Peckers and their mascot would be a woodpecker
Perfect, R40 and the first person to suggest it.
Why not "Dicks" or "Peters"?
Dickshots: Taste the Gravy Train
I remember Chi Chis. Trashy chain Mexican food. Careful, the plate is hot! (because we just microwaved this frozen slop.)
We just have to recruit more gays, so there will be an audience for this.
Get out there- recruit... RECRUIT!
I wouldn't be surprised if gay men created such a business only to complain later on when the fraus take over.
All your food comes out in big baskets
crap I was beat to baskets...
Peckers--yep. Wait until you see how the onion rings, bagels and donuts are served!
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