Monday, March 18, 2013

Restaurants with Themes

Oh dear. The Heart Attack Grill, in Las Vegas, recently claimed another victim. But not all themed restaurants require their customers to eat like a whale. Here's a look at some of the nation's oddest themed restaurants in the Mesquite News. Are there any restaurants near you that have cool themes?

20 comments:

  1. No. There's nothing unusual or interesting where I live -- except for me.

    Love,
    Janie

    P.S. Please get rid of the word verification. It drives me insane, and you don't want to be responsible for my insanity.

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  2. Well, lets see...there's:
    1. A Salt and Battery, a fish and chips place in New York

    2. Tequilla Mockingbird, a coctail bar in Salt Lake City.

    3. Lettuce Souprise You, a vegetarian restaurant in Atlanta

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  3. I live in Boring Hollywood, CA--nothing exciting here!!

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  4. Nothing exciting here except for the local sushi bar with the large saltwater tank behind the bar... Is it any wonder to them WHY the fish hide all the time????

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  5. can't think of any here, when I lived in So. Fla there were quite a few, I always was a little suspicious of them!

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  6. How sad thay The Heart Attack Grill has claimed another victim. I cannot imagine why anyone would want to eat there!

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  7. There are a few good restaurants here in shropshire.
    My personal favourite for evenings is the Cottage at Trn Hill for lunch or afternoon tea it has to be Fordhall farm.
    Great post thank you

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  8. We rarely go out to eat but I don't think we have any themed restaurants in town.

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  9. Great R choice for Alphabe ~ hmm ~ where I live it is all pretty much nautical ~ thanks for asking ^_^

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  10. I don't think we have any interesting names here.

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  11. Yeah, my house. It's called "Craziness every night. And day if you want. Crazy al around!" That what you mean?

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  12. I don't even understand why someone would go to the 'Heart Attack'... seriously? and my town is small and boring, no themes here!

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  13. I don.t think we have these here but t. I like the R word

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  14. Psycho Suzi's: a bit of the tropics on the Mississippi River!

    http://psychosuzis.com/

    Pearl

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  15. I only know a bar which is called "The coffin" and they serve drinks in skulls and the tables are coffins. Very romantic, lol !

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  16. theme restaurants - hmm...none that i can think of here.
    fun post!

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  17. I know we have them here in Houston but I can't remember one right now.

    The last restaurant we ate at was McKensie's BBQ on Monday night. BBQ sandwich (we had chopped beef), a serve-yourself side, and drink for $4.50 was the Monday night special. Best in town.
    ..

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  18. Well, not sort of a theme but we have floating restaurants here in Surat Thani. We have love boat restaurant too that goes off during the night and take you to watch fireflies :)

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  19. I'm not super infatuated with themed restaurants!

    Our Grandlittles love them...like Rainforest Cafe, but if I'm doing any theme it would be hunting out places featured on Food Networks DDD!

    Thanks for a neat post!

    A+

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  20. Ha! My word veri was weirdEAt 2710 Made me laugh! I definitely need to get out more!

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