Two More “Breastaurants” Coming To South Florida
SOUTH FLORIDA (CBSMiami) – Move over, Hooters girls: two more “breastaurant” chains are about to give you some scantily-clad competition.
In March, the Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery will open in Hallandale Beach with Tilted Kilt Girls frolicking from table to table in mini-kilts, midriff-baring white tops, and stockings, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
In Weston, a group of restaurateurs have signed an agreement to open 10 Twin Peaks restaurants. The main attractions at the mountain-sports-themed lodges are the “Lumber Jills”, girls in khaki shorts and red plaid tops. They bare their midriffs, too.
Owners of the specialty themed restaurants say the servers are entertainers. Breastaurants don’t hire their employees, they audition and cast them, Joe Sloboda, a restaurateur behind the upcoming Twin Peaks South Florida franchise, told the Sun-Sentinel.
“We want to make sure people on our team will fit the role, with the right personality, the right skill-set,” he said. For example, the Tilted Kilt announced it will hold “casting calls,” this weekend from 12-5 p.m. for “all roles.’
The owners said the restaurants have more to offer than attractive, skimpily clad servers.
The Tilted Kilt pays homage to the old public houses of England, Scotland, Ireland and America, said Mark Hanby, Tilted Kilt’s vice president of development. Customers can even expect “humorous and slightly bawdy limericks,” he said.
“Initially, customers are drawn in for the girls,” Hanby said. “But what keeps them coming back is the great food, the selection of drinks and the unbeatable atmosphere.” he said.
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